Museum Of OsteologyCurrently Closed
- Address: 10301 S Sunnylane Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73160, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4058140006
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Museum Of Osteology - Review
Opened in 2010, this private museum is at once one of Oklahoma City's most unusual and most prestigious. The main attraction consists of the bones of 300 different animal species, and there are another 5000 specimens that are not always on exhibit. The educational displays are taxonomically exhibited. All five vertebrate classes of animals are exhibited over here. The exhibit explain Animal Anatomy, forensic pathology, and animal adaptation and locomotion. Taking over 30 years to compile by Jay Villemarette, this used to be America's only skeleton Museum.
Museum Of Osteology Information
- Food and drink may not be brought into the museum but can be enjoyed on the picnic Pavilion outside.
- Check out the gift store.
- Reservations are recommended for group visits.
- Free parking
Museum Of Osteology Ticket Prices
- USD 7 for kids 3-12
- Free for under 3
Museum Of Osteology Hours
- On all other holidays: 11am-5pm
- Closed on Easter Sunday.
How To reach Museum Of Osteology by Public Transport
- Ask locals for directions.
- Drive to here.
- Take a taxi.
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Museum Of Osteology, Oklahoma City Reviews
I've been to this museum several times and somehow discover something new each visit. It's a small place, but it is packed with many skeletons and facts. The exhibits are set up beautifully and the bones are displayed in an appealing and natural-looking way (no bones just lying around - they're posed as the animals would if they were living). The gift shop is great. Bones and bugs and taxidermy for sale, as well as nice shirts and glasses and magnets. I like this place a lot, and really love to take people who are from out of town (and in many cases, Oklahomans who had never heard of it before). If you haven't gone, go! It's definitely a fun and educational experience.
Really unique and interesting experience. Loved the exhibits and also had a great gift shop. Scavenger hunts for kids to help keep them occupied. $10 per ticket and even discounts for military. Would definitely recommend.
This museum is very well done. All the exhibits are well thought out and explain what you are seeing. It is impressive how much they were able to cram in without it feeling crammed at all. Wife and I both loved it.
This is a really great place. Every age will find it fascinating. I spent 2 hours there and it was my 3rd time. How bones go together is incredible.
This was cool. I enjoyed seeing all the different bones from animals to people. A lot of neat stuff there to explore, great for kids. My daughter enjoyed it as well.