Journey Through The Rainforest At This Museum In Norman, Oklahoma
All parents and grandparents know that you've won the children's activity lottery when you discover an activity that's both educational and fun. Currently, the Sam Noble Museum in Norman Oklahoma, is hosting the traveling exhibit Rainforest Adventure, which is an interactive maze experience!
This exhibit sounds so cool that I as a Nana would be excited to go to. According to the museum's website, Rainforest Adventure is a "fully interactive maze exhibit, full of the sights and sounds of a tropical rainforest."
Learn about the rainforest to get through the maze!
To get through the maze, adventurers will have to answer questions about the rainforest. Correct answers move you forward, while wrong answers lead to dead ends! The maze begins in the treetops of the rainforest with birds and sunlight. As adventurers journey to reach the forest floor, correct answers will lead them deeper into the four levels of the rainforest: emergent, canopy, understory and forest floor.
Rainforest Adventure was created by Minotaur Mazes, and teaches adventurers how essential rainforests are to human health and survival.
Climb, zipline and swing through the rainforest at the Same Noble Museum!
Based on photos from the Sam Noble Museum's Facebook page, adventurers will climb, zipline, swing and so much more in the Rainforest Adventure exhibit all while learning about how essential the rainforest is to humans, animals and the planet as a whole! As a seasoned Nana who has taken her kids and grandbabies on many adventures, this exhibit sounds like the perfect educational and fun activity for kids and parents.
The Rainforest Adventure exhibit is going on now through June 4 at the Sam Noble Museum in Norman. For more information about the Sam Noble Museum in Norman, visit the museum's website.