Science Museum Oklahoma vying for Newsweek’s Best Science Museum award

Science Museum Oklahoma: Nominated for Newsweek’s Best Science Museum Award and Eager to Spark Curiosity

Science Museum Oklahoma (SMO) has been nominated for Newsweek magazine’s Best Science Museum award. Since its establishment in 1958, SMO has been a hub for science education, captivating Oklahomans and visitors with its interactive exhibits, discovery-based activities, astronomy shows, Science Live demonstrations, educational outreach efforts, and special events.

In recent years, the museum has reported record-breaking attendance records. In 2023, SMO welcomed over six million visitors. This year, the museum is set to open a state-of-the-art planetarium in the fall. Sherry Marshall, John E. Kirkpatrick President/CEO at Science Museum Oklahoma expressed excitement for the upcoming year and the museum’s commitment to sparking curiosity and expanding knowledge through exploring the wonder and relevance of science.

The nomination for Newsweek’s Best Science Museum award reaffirms SMO’s status as a leader in the field and a beloved cultural institution within the state of Oklahoma. To vote for Science Museum Oklahoma as Newsweek’s Top Science Museum visit their website.

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