PARTY AT THE LAB
Discover a special birthday, corporate event, camp-in, or private party at Discovery Lab. Fun for adults, families, or children Discovery Lab offers birthday parties and facility rentals for up to 200 guests.
Spend your summer break at Discovery Lab! Discovery Lab offers an exciting line up of week-long summer camps led by Museum educators. Activities include hands-on explorations of STEM and health and wellness, museum time, and outdoor play.
WELCOME TO DISCOVERY LAB
An electric lime green ceiling, science demos, The WorkShop, a labyrinth of tunnels and a slide made from packing tape, and more. This is Discovery Lab, a place where kids and their families can make, play, and design things using “real” stuff in new and different ways. Inspired by the best practices in children’s museum design, Discovery Lab offers an environment where fun and education meet “hands-on.” Multidisciplinary experiences and exhibits are designed to encourage process skill development and support current classroom curricula with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) content.
Discovery Lab is located just northwest of downtown Tulsa in historic Owen Park and is a member of the Oklahoma Museum Network, the Oklahoma Museum Association, the Association of Children’s Museums, the American Alliance of Museums, and Arts Alliance Tulsa.
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DISCOVERY LAB FEATURED EVENT
ELECTRIC LIME GALA Discovery Lab’s annual Electric Lime Gala dazzles guest with a fun-filled evening starting with cocktails and “play time” in the museum and culminating in an exquisite dinner and live auction. Proceeds from this one-of-a-kind event support the museum in continuing to offer Tulsa families an exciting and ever-changing place to play and learn.
INTRODUCE A GIRL TO ENGINEERING DAY
Discovery Lab will be hosting Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at the museum Sunday, April 23rd. Girls and their mothers or other caregivers are invited to work together to solve an engineering challenge during one of our classroom sessions. Classes focus on disciplines of engineering and include hands-on challenges such as creating a ping pong ball launcher or igniting a chemical switch.