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Tulsa Kids Get Hands-On With Science Matters Mobile Museum

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It’s a hands-and-feet-on museum on wheels that teaches kids about light, electronics and more. It’s a hands-and-feet-on museum on wheels that teaches kids about light, electronics and more.
The dinosaur exhibit doesn’t cost anything extra to see and will be open through the end of February. The dinosaur exhibit doesn’t cost anything extra to see and will be open through the end of February.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Some area kids got to check out a few extra exhibits at the Tulsa Children's Museum when the Science Matters Mobile Museum stopped in town Tuesday.

It's a hands-and-feet-on museum on wheels that teaches kids about light, electronics and more.

The mobile museum is in town through a partnership with the Oklahoma Museum Network, which also helps bring other exhibits to the museum.

Museum Educator, Dani Bormann said, "The one we have right now is called the Red-Dirt Dinos, which features animatronic dinosaurs that were found in Oklahoma. So it's really exciting.”

The dinosaur exhibit doesn't cost anything extra to see and will be open through the end of February.

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