Air Donkey Zipline Adventures is a mile-long canopy tour, which includes six ziplines and one sky bridge. Come prepared for an experience in the Arbuckle Mountains that you’ll never forget!
DavisTEL - 580-369-5010 Read More
Celebration Station Oklahoma City offers groups a variety of kid friendly attractions. Experience go-karts, arcades, mini golf, bumper boats and more. Let the fun begin!
Oklahoma CityTEL - 405-942-7888 Read More
The Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center has over 90 native and non-native fish, reptile, amphibian and mammal species on exhibit as well as a 6-acre botanical garden.
Medicine ParkTEL - 580-529-3601 Read More
Oklahoma Shakespeare, a professional regional theatre, is to produce bold, re-imagined, entertaining and accessible interpretations of Shakespeare and the classics.
Oklahoma CityTEL - 405-235-3700 Read More
Skeletons: Museum of Osteology focuses on the form and function of the skeletal system with displays of over 450 REAL animal skeletons from all over the world.
Oklahoma CityOUTREACHVIRTUALTEL - 405-814-0006 Read More
The 99s Museum of Women Pilots seeks to preserve the unique history of women in aviation. Walk through the history of women in aviation from the earliest flights to the present day.
Oklahoma CityTEL - 405-685-9990
Enter one of the largest natural gypsum caves in the world at Alabaster Caverns State Park. This rare cave is open to the public and offers tours.
FreedomTEL - 580-621-3381
The American Banjo Museum is dedicated to the history of the banjo. The museum’s exhibits document the rise of the banjo from its arrival in North America to modern times.
Oklahoma CityTEL - 405-604-2793
At Blue Zoo Aquarium, visitors learn about sea life from across the globe, touch and feed stingrays, birds and reptiles, play and learn with hands-on water tables and a science table.
Oklahoma CityTEL - 405-242-3620
FieldTripdirectory.com offers enriching experiences for Oklahoma school groups, scout groups, homeschool groups, camp groups and families at Oklahoma Museums.
Oklahoma Museums offer field trips that offer hands-on exhibits, guided tours and guided activities for early childhood through high school grades. Oklahoma Art Museums, Science Museums, History Museums, Multicultural Museums and Children’s Museums offers educational experiences that support classroom curriculum and scout badge achievement. Beside museums, you can search for other learning experiences at Botanical Gardens, Planetariums, Living History Programs, STEM & STEAM, Planetariums, Farms, Zoos and Aquariums, Theaters and Concerts, Service Learning and more.
Can’t go on a field trip to a museum, your students, scouts, and families can still experience these fun enriching experience by scheduling a Museum Virtual Field Trip anywhere and at anytime.
Want the fun to come to you- book a School Assembly Programs, Outreach Field Trips or Residency at your school, homeschool association or scout council. They support and enhance a school’s curriculum, offers opportunities for scout badge achievement and enriches a camp program. There are mobile museum exhibits, traveling planetariums and classroom and grade level workshops and residencies.