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Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum and basketball courts are scattered An indoor 18-foot tall climbing maze allows throughout the city. More then 500 children visitors of all ages to take a walk on pods participate in Little League ball each summer. held up by five miles of cable. For a quick There are several public tennis courts in exit, visitors ride Thunder Slide to the floor. Seminole, 16 of these are lighted for night Shoes on or shoes off, this is a must-do play. Numerous tournaments are played on experience for all museum goers. these courts each year. Baseball, basketball, WaterWorks is the one of the museum’s football, golf, softball, t-ball, tennis, cross most popular exhibits. Through water play country, track and weightlifting activities visitors learn about channeling water, locks, are available. dams and water speed. By way of an unusual Jasmine Moran entry, visitors crawl through a space and Children’s Museum surrounded by water.find themselves inside the exhibit, This museum experience is unlike any other. An outdoor play area includes Safety-Town It includes 42,000-square-feet of indoor where children can practice pedestrian and exhibit space and an outdoor play area. It bicycle safety. Street signage and lights add provides hours of educational exploration to the realism of “safety in the street”. and self-discovery through interactive experiences showing what it might be like to The SuperSONIC Express, a three-car train, be a doctor, aviator, paleontologist, teacher, takes visitors on a half-mile ride through artist, television newscaster, firefighter, and the museum grounds. Riders enjoy many other professions. The interactive waterfalls, a bird sanctuary, statuary, black experiences create an imaginary world of swans, African geese, and a multitude of fun for all! turtles in the landscaped water area. www.jasminemoran.com IT’S AMAZING! “It’s not like most museums. Everything is hands on! Kids of all ages can play to learn, while adults can re-learn to play.” 1714 W. Wrangler Blvd. • Seminole, OK • 1-800-259-KIDS Just 1 hour from OKC, East on I-40, Seminole Exit 200, 1 mile West. 11


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