Visit for Two or Four to the Museum of Osteology (Half Off)

Oklahoma City

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In a Nutshell

300+ skulls and skeletons educate visitors in exhibits that showcase rare species and skeletal topics such as locomotion and adaptation

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Expires Jul 24th, 2013. Limit 5 per person, may buy multiple additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Osteology museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $6 for two museum admissions (a $12 value)
  • $12 for four museum admissions (a $24 value)

Children aged 3 or younger receive free admission.

Museum of Osteology

In 1972, when most other 7-year-olds were building their baseball-card and bottle-cap collections, Jay Villemarette began collecting skulls. His lifetime hobby evolved into a full-time vocation in 1990 after he opened Skulls Unlimited, a one-of-a-kind bone-replica shop that earned the limelight on popular TV shows such as Dirty Jobs and Ripley's Believe It or Not!. By 2010, Jay's widespread success led him to establish the Museum of Osteology, which currently houses the largest privately held collection of osteological specimens in the world, with more than 300 skeletons and, most importantly, zero zombie sightings to date.

Education abounds throughout the 7,000-square-foot space as visitors investigate rare species, skulls, and skeletons from all corners of the world. The form and function of the skeletal system weave a common thread through each of the museum's exhibits, which showcase topics such as adaptation, locomotion, and specific categories of animals, including marsupials, birds, and reptiles. After exploring displays and begging skeletons for their teeth-whitening regimen, interim osteologists can visit the gift shop, where souvenirs, toys, and replicas of museum models are available to start personal collections.

Museum of Osteology

In 1972, when most other 7-year-olds were building their baseball-card and bottle-cap collections, Jay Villemarette began collecting skulls. His lifetime hobby evolved into a full-time vocation in 1990 after he opened Skulls Unlimited, a one-of-a-kind bone-replica shop that earned the limelight on popular TV shows such as Dirty Jobs and Ripley's Believe It or Not!. By 2010, Jay's widespread success led him to establish the Museum of Osteology, which currently houses the largest privately held collection of osteological specimens in the world, with more than 300 skeletons and, most importantly, zero zombie sightings to date.

Education abounds throughout the 7,000-square-foot space as visitors investigate rare species, skulls, and skeletons from all corners of the world. The form and function of the skeletal system weave a common thread through each of the museum's exhibits, which showcase topics such as adaptation, locomotion, and specific categories of animals, including marsupials, birds, and reptiles. After exploring displays and begging skeletons for their teeth-whitening regimen, interim osteologists can visit the gift shop, where souvenirs, toys, and replicas of museum models are available to start personal collections.


Reviews

In addition to the volume of artifacts they have, it is well laid out and displayed really well. The staff was very friendly.

marshallandroxy, TripAdvisor, 5/9/12

Wonderful museum. The staff is friendly, the exhibits are wonderful

Reviewer, Google Plus Local, 2 months ago

Tips

98% of 926 customers

  • “Do the scavenger hunt if it's not too crowded :)”

  • “We had a great time looking at the bones and enjoyed a picnic lunch outside at their facility.”

  • “Make time to discuss the exhibits, as good for one on one discussions. ”

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    Oklahoma City

    10301 S Sunnylane Rd.

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73160

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