‪Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History‬

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‪Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History‬
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Brianna D.
3 مساهمات
يوليو 2021
‪We have been going here since we were kids, and the experience is amazing! My kids absolutely love going, and exploring. Definitely worth it!‬
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Rose Anonymous
طوكيو, اليابان86 مساهمة
فبراير 2022
‪Cool museum to see dinosaurs, Native Americans, and right now they have a neat exhibit on Narwals with some information on the Inuits.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 فبراير 2022
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Nina L
‪Ada‬, ‪Oklahoma‬3 مساهمات
العائلة • فبراير 2022
‪Very neat place for my dinosaur obsessed 10 year old and even our toddler! The narwhal exhibit was interesting as well. Overall a nice experience.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 فبراير 2022
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ellenbee56
‪Bechtelsville‬, بنسيلفانيا501 مساهمة
ديسمبر 2021
‪My husband & I recently visited this museum while in OKC for a week. The museum was easy to find, as was ample free parking (not always the case for museums on college campuses). We love natural history and visit lots of such museums during our travels. This museum, housed in a large building with spacious galleries, was very impressive in some ways but disappointing in others.

The second floor held the most interest for us, with two excellent galleries. The Hall of the People of Oklahoma traces the presence of early native peoples of the region through more recent inhabitants. Whenever we travel from our home in southeastern PA to a new area of the country, we enjoy learning about the history and customs of the local Native Americans.

The Hall of Natural Wonders, showing OK’s extant animals in naturalistic settings, was very well-done. The exhibit displays the various regional flora & fauna that have speciated over generations in order to create a perfect habitat to support both predator & prey. Posted throughout the exhibits were interpretative placards providing additional information on both animals and plants; one could easily “page” through to read more about the specific items on display. As is the case for these types of museums, if one takes the time to check out such supplemental information, the exhibits are even more informative.

The first floor held the Hall of Ancient Life, with some captivating exhibits. The displays of (supposed) early life on our planet were creative and artistic in their design; however, they were essentially unscientific in nature (since descriptions of the condition and appearance of everything that long ago can only be speculation). There are numerous models of dinosaurs and other “prehistoric” creatures on display.

Also on the first floor was the Hall of World Cultures, which was a complete disappointment. We were expecting a large gallery but found only a small glass-case display. The large Brown Gallery adjacent to it—were we thought the exhibit might be—was closed up. The museum’s website hints at a good-sized collection but shows only a small area on its floor plan, so we remain mystified (although we asked at the front desk if we were missing something).

We spent almost two hours in all exploring the three main galleries here. We were planning to eat lunch at their café, but it is still “temporarily closed due to COVID”. There are tables & chairs just outside the museum entrance if one wishes to “brown-bag” it. I would rate this museum higher at TripAdvisor except for the closed café, the missing gallery, and the unsubstantiated assertions made about “ancient” life.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 يناير 2022
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kevan j
‪Norman‬, ‪Oklahoma‬867 مساهمة
يونيو 2021
‪This is an excellent museum...especially for it's relatively small size. The exhibit on dinosaurs and fossils has a large variety of species and is laid out very nicely to tell a complete (and user-friendly) history of life on earth. They also claim to have on display a relatively large percentage of ACTUAL fossils. Their other exhibits are also well done, and they always have a special exhibit upstairs. They have a lot of hands-on stuff for the kiddies. The docents and other workers were very friendly and helpful when we were there. And don't miss the mastodon!‬
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bcopper2018
‪Eagle‬, ‪Idaho‬3 مساهمات
سبتمبر 2021
‪This museum has a nice collection of regional fossils and focus on indigenous peoples. We have backgrounds in geology & engineering, so we really appreciated the museum’s focus. The building itself is quite impressive as well. It was well worth the entrance fee.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 25 سبتمبر 2021
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QuirkyDrivenLife
‪Midwest City‬, ‪Oklahoma‬762 مساهمة
العائلة • يونيو 2021
‪Did you know the largest skull of any land animal ever found is on display in Norman, Oklahoma? The Pentaceratops skull was found in San Juan County, New Mexico, and measures 10 1/2 feet high!

We had so much fun on our visit. Something for everyone to look at and in our group, we had all ages ranging from 8 to 79. The dinosaurs were probably the best part and I really enjoy enjoyed the natural Oklahoma habitat area. Fun way to spend the afternoon and it’s nice to get out of the weather.

*OU Students & alumni get in free so bring something to verify it 👍🏻‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يونيو 2021
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LifesJourney54
‪Oklahoma City‬, ‪Oklahoma‬95 مساهمة
العائلة • يونيو 2021
‪We took 3 grandsons, ages 9, 7, & 5. For 5 of us with tax it was $30. A great price for a great time. We were there 2 1/2 hours. Everyone had a great time. Self guided. What a treasure it is for Oklahoma! Very well organized, clean, informative and great for all ages. We booked ahead of time but really no need to. A great adventure on a day when it was too hot to be outside.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 يونيو 2021
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JS19772017
‪Kansas City‬, ‪Kansas‬63 مساهمة
العائلة • أبريل 2021
‪What a lovely and well stocked museum. We really enjoyed having the place to ourself as the Covid protocols allowed us to venture back safely to a museum for the first time in a year. The museum has an excellent collection of fossils with the Pentaceratops being an incredible highlight. It has to be seen to be believed, worth the trip alone. ‬
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Roxanne Avery
‪Norman‬, ‪Oklahoma‬15 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is a MUST SEE. The displays rotate and we learn new things every time we attend.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 يناير 2021
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