Leonardo’s Children’s Museum in Enid offers the opportunity for exploration and interactive play in an educational experience. In this tour video, Lewis Eggleston starts on the new second floor. The second floor focuses on the experience of living in and around Enid, with features including energy, health, and technology themes to help children connect with the world around them.
The first floor focuses on motor skill development, experimentation with simple machines and just plain fun, while also showcasing industry icons that dominate the Oklahoma landscape such as oil derricks and pump jacks.
There’s also Adventure Quest, which is Leonardo’s outdoor science playground. The three-story wooden castle features bridges, slides, swings, mazes, a water table, dinosaur dig, and tot lot designed to spark the imagination of the young and young at heart. Today, it remains the world’s largest community built outdoor playground.
I filmed this video during my Oklahoma Arts Conference trip. This is the final video from that trip. This video is also the final video for Lewis at Leonardo’s as he was moving out of state.
If you’re planning a trip to Enid, be sure to watch last week’s video on Simpson’s Old Time Museum to add to your itinerary.