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Oklahoma Wondertorium

308 W Franklin Ave, Stillwater, OK 74075-3522
+1 405-533-3333
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When we first pulled into the parking lot, I have to admit both my husband and I were a little... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
via mobile
Love our trips to the WONDERtorium

Our kids love going to the WONDERtorium. The museum is clean and there are several hands on... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Benjamin D
Kansas City,
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Enjoy memory-making experiences and engage children in creative, developmental play at Oklahoma's newest children's museum, the Oklahoma WONDERtorium in Stillwater. The WONDERtorium offers 14 hands-on, interactive exhibits and playscapes plus special activities weekly. The facility provides 10,000 square feet of exhibit space, classrooms and party rooms, office space and a gift shop. The Generation Station Barn exhibit offers kids the opportunity to 'milk' a life-size cow and collect eggs that can then be delivered to the Generation Station Store, a replica 1900s grocery store. Children can also enjoy pure active play sending scarves and foam balls through A-Mazing Airways, splashing in the Water Play exhibit or climbing a wall, sliding down a tree slide and crawling through a fallen log in Forest Playground. The Little WONDERs exhibit offers a play area for grown-ups with children under two to interact together away from the main exhibit floor. Another popular exhibit at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium is My Medical Center, where children engage in dramatic play by dressing up and pretending to be a patient or medical staff. Patients check in with paperwork and can be taken to the doctor's office where they are measured, weighed and tested for good vision. There's a pretend surgery and recovery area, a human body with removable parts, as well as a nursery where life-like babies are cared for. A special unit block area allows children to learn cognitive skills like hand-eye coordination, spacial perception and problem-solving, as well as the Imagination Playground where children are encouraged to create structures from large foam blocks. Ruth Cavins, Executive Director of the museum, said the focus of the WONDERtorium is on children learning through play. Expounding on focus, Cavins continues, "Children's play is important to healthy brain development because it allows them to use their imaginations, solve problems and interact and cooperate with others. Our exhibits are designed to allow children to create and explore a world they can master, discovering self-confidence and the benefits of sharing and negotiating.
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308 W Franklin Ave, Stillwater, OK 74075-3522
+1 405-533-3333
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

When we first pulled into the parking lot, I have to admit both my husband and I were a little hesitant about going in. It doesn't have much curb appeal, but we're so glad we did!!!! This place was great. We have 2 1/2 yr...More

Thank L L
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Our kids love going to the WONDERtorium. The museum is clean and there are several hands on activities our kids enjoy.

Thank Benjamin D
Reviewed 3 April 2017

We visited witth my daughters brownie troop. Their ages are 8 & 9 It was a great time, they made ice cream, a lava lamp, learned about static electricity, made balloons blow up with vinegar and baking soda. My daughter loved the hospital set up...More

Thank Svickers74
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Came here with our 4 year old granddaughter and had a great time! So much for kids to do it was a great way to spend a rainy day!

Thank 279renates
Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

My kids age 7 and 9 enjoyed it, however they were edging on being too old. This is more for younger children. I have been to several of these types of discovery centers and this one was kind of small. Fun, but probably our only...More

1  Thank K M
Reviewed 5 March 2017

With practically no competition in the area, the Wondertorium leaves a lot to be desired. Entry fee is $7 per person, which is brutally expensive for what is offered. They have multiple small stations with different activities in varying states of disrepair. That being said,...More

1  Thank Crazyfle
Reviewed 19 October 2016

This place was much fun for age ranged from 4 to 12 that were with me. Of course, the 7-9 year olds had the most fun! lots of things to do..dress up climbing pretend play.

Thank DKB40
Reviewed 9 October 2016

I live near by and have taken my 3 year old granddaughter since she was 9 months old. She still loves it and now i have a season pass.

Thank Pamela P
Reviewed 31 August 2016

We have been here twice and have enjoyed it very much! The only complaint we had was that the last time we went, there were so many people (and tired, crying children) there, we cut our visit short. They have all sorts of fun and...More

Thank Bobbie C
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

Ideally this for young children. Attended a party of a friend's grandchild and had a blast! So much to do, experiment, play, etc. It is definitely an educational facilities. In addition they do provide areas for having birthday parties.

1  Thank Virescent
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