Oklahoma Science Museum’s ‘Worst-Case Scenario’ Exhibit Puts Visitors’ Mind, Body To The Test


Monday, July 5th 2021, 9:35 pm
By: Kelsey Kernstine


OKLAHOMA CITY -

The Worst-Case Scenario exhibit at the Oklahoma Science Museum is a perfect and educational summertime activity for the whole.

It’s an interactive exhibit where people will learn all about what to do in situational environments: what to do if a stampede of elephants charge at you? What do if you are in contact with a poisonous snake? How to jump from train-to-train? How to catch someone lying?

The “Ball Pit” is also finally open where visitors will learn all about what to do when they fall into a pit with an alligator.

Tickets are $18.95 for adults and $14.95 for children and seniors and can be purchased on sciencemuseumok.org.