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ADULTS ONLY EVENTS RETURN TO SCIENCE MUSEUM OKLAHOMA
Science Museum Oklahoma will host “Cirque du SMO”, a ghoulish virtual sideshow, at 7 p.m. on October 23 and SMO 21: Secrets of SMO with tours starting at 9 p.m. on Halloween night
Whether you’re looking for an evening of frightening frivolity you can enjoy from the comfort of home or an in-person Halloween event like one you’ve never experienced, Science Museum Oklahoma has you covered with two new event offerings this October: “Cirque du SMO: A Ghoulish Virtual Sideshow” and “SMO 21: Secrets of SMO”.
“Cirque du SMO: A Ghoulish Virtual Sideshow”, hosted via Zoom on October 23, from 7-7:30 p.m., will be a live, adults-only comically macabre circus completeView more
2020 Remington Pl, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Science Museum Oklahoma has a large parking lot directly in front of the museum with entrances available on Martin Luther King Avenue and Remington Place. During peak times, overflow parking is available at nearby Remington Park. Parking is always free at Science Museum Oklahoma.
Guests are always welcome to drop off members of their party in the circle driveway on the west side of the museum prior to parking. Children under age 16 should not be dropped off without a parent or guardian.
Strollers and Wheelchairs
Science Museum Oklahoma is pleased to provide a limited number of strollers and wheelchairs at no charge. Guests must present a valid ID, which will be held until the
Strollers and Wheelchairs
Science Museum Oklahoma is pleased to provide a limited number of strollers and wheelchairs at no charge. Guests must present a valid ID, which will be held until the equipment is returned. Ask one of our Guest Relations team members for assistance.
Science Museum Oklahoma has sensory kits, sensory stories, and a sensory-focused map available for check out at Guest Relations. The museum’s sensory kits include earmuffs, a timer, gloves, sunglasses, fidget toys, and printed copies of the museum’s sensory story and sensory-focused map are designed to make a visit to SMO more enjoyable and to allow families with special needs to spend more time in the museum. Guests must present a valid ID, which will be held until the kit is returned. Download the sensory map on the SMO website.
Science Museum Oklahoma welcomes nursing mothers in any public space in the museum. Those who prefer a more private location may visit one of the two dedicated Nursing Rooms. These are located inside CurioCity, across from Odd-a-See Tower, and inside KidSpace. Changing tables are located in the museum’s men’s and women’s restrooms.