National Weather Museum & Science Center
The National Weather Museum & Science Center offers weather prediction and observation equipment to the public. Visitors can view interactive exhibits and weather measurement tools such as a weather radar or a ceilometer in this Norman facility. Stop by the educational display, which includes photos and newspaper clippings. Both children and adults can learn about science topics such as the solar system. For a glimpse into the daily life of a professional meteorologist, make sure you stop by the T-28 storm chaser plane before you head home. The National Weather Museum and Science Center, a non-profit Museum, is dedicated to creating a state of the art facility that preserves weather artifacts, teaches science, math, and displays new innovations in science. Exhibits T28 STORM-PENETRATING AIRCRAFT
Museum volunteers are currently restoring this aircraft. It was used to collect data during storms in experiments all over the country.
This exhibit demonstrates the impact of weather on food supply. It also displays a mesonet station that collects data in the field. Original Norman Doppler Radar
The original Norman Doppler Radar, which was vital in the development and advancement of doppler radar technology, is housed here. THE NATIONAL WEATHER MUSEUM AND SCIENCE CENTER’S TRAVELING MUSEUM IS A 40′ MUSEUM ON WHEELS. Inside, you can get a bite-sized taste of every thing wetter, from a GREEN SCREEN where you can be a TV meteorologist, WEATHER ARTIFACTS and RADAR to AN WEATHER SAFETY WALK WHERE ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO PROTECT YOUR FAMILY.