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Jasmine Moran Childrens Museum West Seminole

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Jasmine Moran Childrens Museum
1714 Highway 9
West Seminole
OK
74868
Tel: 405 382 0950

Directions

From I-40, take the Seminole-Prague exit and travel 9 miles south on U.S. Highway 377 (SH-99). Turn west onto Hwy 9 and go 1 mile. The Museum is on the north side of the highway.

Where are we going today?

Kids - are you ready to have some fun? So are we, so we're off to the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum where it's ALL about hands-on fun!

It's a place where kids can learn through play, and a place where they can create, experiment, and imagine!

Jasmine Moran Children's Museum is filled with attractions for those inquisitive minds. There is a fun imaginary town where kids can role play a number of careers - perhaps they want to be what their parents are! They can be a pilot, or a grocer...anything they want to be!

Another part of the museum is dedicated to self-discovery in the world of healthcare and science.

Kids can really reach for the stars as they perform heart bypass surgery, or they can step into the shoes of a Hospitalist. Kids - have you ever heard what a patient’s stomach really sounds like?  They might even choose to take care of a baby in an incubator, climb into a real ambulance and so much more as they explore over 300 health care careers!

Then, one of the most popular areas in the museum - the outside!  Their outside play area holds a 12,000 square foot Castle Maze and an amazing train: the SuperSONIC Express!

Heaps of kids fun at this Oklahoma museum. Let's get those creative hats on, because it's imagination time!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$8
  • Free Under: 3 years with a parent
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

10am - 5pm Tues - Sat / 1pm - 5pm Sun

Closed Mondays and major holidays

Teachers corner

The museum is great for field trips, as kids can really get into the role play spirit with costumes. It's an invaluable learning experience so give them a call to see how they can help!.

I'm Hungry!

It's best to grab something to eat in the local area before arriving, so kids can focus on playing rather than being hungry!.

Any Top Tips?

Can you have a birthday party at the museum? YES you can! Celebrate that special day by playing with friends. They have a package where it's as easy for parents as possible!.

Doing our bit

The museum was set up by parents to ensure kids had a place to really embrace the idea of dressing up and role playing their parents. .

Need a little extra help?

They are handicap accessible!.

Can I get one of those?

There is a gift shop, which not only supports the museum but gives you the chance to take home some pretty fun gifts!.

More information

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

What people are saying?

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    We went to the Jasmine Children's Museum for my niece's 1ST Birthday party. We were in a Birthday room & the lady there that was in charge of the party, kept popping in the room every 5 minutes to tell us how long we have, like we didn't know, we had watches on so we knew what time it was. Then the last 2 minutes the lady popped in again to tell us how long we have & blamed it on the gift shop lady, plus the Birthday package included ice-cream we didn't get, they gave us the scoop but not the ice-cream. Then they only gave the kids a little cup...Read More

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    I wish there had been a 3.5 star rating. We took our almost 5 year old grandson to the Moran Museum on a mid week July afternoon. He enjoyed it, but the overall condition of the museum could have been better.

    Pros: A large mix of activities for all interests. Overall it was appealing to kids.

    Cons: Too many of the interactive exhibits had broken, non-functioning, dirty or missing parts. Yes, kids break things, but the items that were broken appeared to be easily repaired and being broken left some of the exhibits unusable.

    Other than...Read More

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    Ok

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    Love this place!

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by Babs sixsixnine

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We went to the Jasmine Children's Museum for my niece's 1ST Birthday party. We were in a Birthday room & the lady there that was in charge of the party, kept popping in the room every 5 minutes to tell us how long we have, like we didn't know, we had watches on so we knew what time it was. Then the last 2 minutes the lady popped in again to tell us how long we have & blamed it on the gift shop lady, plus the Birthday package included ice-cream we didn't get, they gave us the scoop but not the ice-cream. Then they only gave the kids a little cup when we complained & the woman said she didn't know when we were ready for the ice-cream like us eating cake didn't tip her off & the fact she kept popping her head in to tell us the time, every 5 minutes. The lady that did birthday parties was very rude & hateful. & when my sister booked the party, she gave them a deposit that they kept & the guests were suppose to pay their families but the museum charged my sister all of the kids & they saw it was suppose to be separated & they blamed it on a new girl, so they are Liars too. They are very rude, don't own up to their mistakes & very overly priced. The exhibits, gift shop & train ride were fine but not anything else. So, I only give 2 stars because of the exhibits, gift shop & train ride. As for anything else, no & I won't have anymore parties or anything there & I wouldn't recommend the Museum to anyone. We just didn't have a very good experience here.

by Debbie Anderson

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I wish there had been a 3.5 star rating. We took our almost 5 year old grandson to the Moran Museum on a mid week July afternoon. He enjoyed it, but the overall condition of the museum could have been better.

Pros: A large mix of activities for all interests. Overall it was appealing to kids.

Cons: Too many of the interactive exhibits had broken, non-functioning, dirty or missing parts. Yes, kids break things, but the items that were broken appeared to be easily repaired and being broken left some of the exhibits unusable.

Other than the person taking tickets and employees in the gift shop and the food/snack area there was NO staff out on the floor or in the outdoor areas.

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