Science Museum Oklahoma (formerly the Omniplex)
Science Museum Oklahoma, located in Oklahoma City, is basically a children's "interactive" museum which has some grown-up museum exhibits thrown in. For example, one of the main exhibit areas features a cartoonish dinosaur skeleton surrounded by Apollo rocket engines.
The museum (and its website) was known as the Omniplex while I planned my visit, and so you'll find remnants of that name in various URLs on this web site (some signs in the museum and a sign on the museum's exterior still reflect the "Omniplex" name, as well). The museum was apparently also known as the "Kirkpatrick Air and Space Museum" at some point in its past.
We visited in the summer of 2008. Their Destination Space gallery seemed to be undergoing expansion, or perhaps they were creating a second space-themed gallery; there was a room, clearly undergoing construction, in which a V-2 replica rested.
The existing Destination Space gallery, in addition to hosting artifacts of interest to adults, had numerous "interactive" exhibits; by "interactive," I mean "capable of producing large amounts of noise when operated by young children." With summer vacation in full swing, the gallery was visited by several day care groups, which both added "interactivity" to the gallery and put limits on the number and type of photographs I was able to take in that gallery.
Google Maps link.
As of now, I have not yet sorted through all of my pictures from the Omniplex, but some other page references this location. Thus, this is a "place holder" version right now, with only the pictures actually referenced. Come back some time later to see if I've finished up, or drop me an email to request me to prioritize the rest of these pictures.