Nano at Discovery Lab
Nano—Imagine and discover a world you can’t see! is a new engaging exhibition about nanoscale science, technology, and engineering. Join us to imagine and discover the nano-scale world with hands-on, interactive exhibits that invite exploration of nano phenomena and real world applications. Read more.
An electric lime green ceiling, science demos, Art of the Brick Lego exhibit, a labyrinth of tunnels and a slide made from packing tape and scaffolding, 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 inspire innovation and creativity to support current classroom curricula and build 21st century STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) skills in our children.
Team Up, Discovery Lab’s newest original exhibit, is an engineering exhibit that brings people together to solve problems, build bridges, complete puzzles, and make new creations through the power of teamwork. Visitors Team Up and exercise the same mental tools an engineer, mathematician, or computer programmer uses in the playful Discovery Lab way.
Sure to be a favorite area in Discovery Lab is the Workshop, a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) workshop, where kids are provided with materials, tools, and challenges designed to inspire innovation, creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration. Themes change often, so you might use old t-shirts to make a basket, or create robots from recycled items, but you’ll always use your imagination and creativity on every visit to the Workshop.
Discovery Lab is located just northwest of downtown Tulsa in historic Owen Park and is a member of the Oklahoma Museum Network and the Association of Children’s Museums. Plan a visit today.