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Science Museum Oklahoma Brings Back Popular Survival Experience Event


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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – If you want to put your survival skills to the test, the Science Museum Oklahoma has you covered.

Science Museum Oklahoma’s popular adult series SMO21: The Worst-Case Scenario returns to the museum, 2020 Remington Place, Oklahoma City.

The series returns from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 25, according to a museum statement.

The adults-only event is based on a series of books and incorporates the museum’s traveling exhibit “Worst Case: An Ultimate Survival Experience”.

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Guests who attend will have their survival skills put to the test as they learn how to perform a tracheostomy, how to escape if they are buried alive, and “how to escape spooky clowns that seem eerily familiar,” said the press release.

“As the evening progresses, the stakes rise – but no need to panic. Museum educators have a plan and can guide guests through all worst-case scenarios and teach them the science they need to survive the night (relatively) unscathed, ”the press release said.

The event includes cash bars offering wine, beer and exclusive cocktails. The museum café will also be open.

Tickets are $ 21 in advance and $ 25 on the day of the event. Admission includes all of the museum’s exhibits throughout the evening as well as special activities. Advance ticket purchases are encouraged as the event is expected to be sold out. Customers must be 21 years of age or older.

“The doors close at 7:30 pm and no tickets can be purchased after this time. No outdoor food or drink is allowed for adult events, ”the press release said.

Visit www.sciencemuseumok.org/smo21 or call (405) 602-3760 to purchase tickets or get more information about SMO21.