Leonardo's Children's Museum

200 E Maple

Leonardo's Children's Museum and its programs will be temporarily closed to the public beginning Sunday, March 15 in an extreme effort to keep our children and families safe from this rapidly spreading public health emergency.

The $6M renovations are complete and Leonardo's Children's Museum is better than ever. The second floor is a child's version of Enid, where kids can become a dentist or doctor and shop at the grocery store. Laying on the bed of nails is a photo-must, as is the giant Lite Brite, the two-story Power Tower, Critter Clubhouse, Tinkering and Adventure Quest, the world's largest outdoor community-built playground.