Leonardo's Children's Museum & Adventure Quest
This is a place for fun and adventure that the whole family will enjoy. Leonardo's Children's Museum & Adventure Quest in Enid is a hands-on museum with fun arts and sciences experiences for children. Touch a real dinosaur egg, slide down a three-story slide, build your own castle in the carpentry shop or get lost in a variety of bridges and tunnels. Learn how to tell time on a sundial or encourage little astronauts in training to travel to the moon with Enid native and NASA astronaut, Owen K. Garriott's exhibit with unique items from space. There's no shortage of experiences or experiments at Leonardo's.
Exhibits include the two-story climbing structure known as the Power Tower, which includes exhibits about Oklahoma's oil and gas industry, a medical clinic featuring a life-size Operation game, an animal habitat clubhouse and more. Encourage healthy eating by letting your kids "shop" in the Renaissance marketplace or instill a sense of work ethic by letting them be a cashier. A mini theater dress-up area will bring out the actress or actor in your little one. A special play area is also available for toddlers which includes several areas of sensory exploration and visual graphics to keep your toddler engaged.
All day admission also includes entry to Adventure Quest, an outdoor science playground featuring a 3-story castle. Swings, slides and mazes await you at the largest community-built outdoor playground in the world. Leonardo's is a part of Oklahoma's Museum Network, one in a handful of museums in the state that participates in a partnership with museums worldwide to exchange a series of exhibits enabling Leonardo's to share the fun interaction of nature, science and the arts.
Children under two: free.
Groups of 16 or more: $7. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.