Visit an 84-acre world where giants roam and small creatures call home at the Tulsa Zoo!
Please note, the Tulsa Zoo has made key changes to safeguard against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These changes include limiting the number of guests on zoo grounds, minimizing touch points, enabling proper social distancing, increasing cleaning protocol and limiting some daily events. One of the more noticeable changes is all guests, including members, are required to make reservations in advance online.
Travel to the Lost Kingdom, home to ambassadors of some of Asia’s rarest and most elusive species. Pad past endangered Malayan tigers and snow leopards, monitor Komodo dragons and hoot-and-holler with siamangs, in their naturalistic habitats with year-round viewing. Pack your trunks and visit Lost Kingdom: Elephants to learn about Asian elephants and their larger than life adaptations.
Go on safari to the African Plains where white rhinos, antelope, warthogs and grey crowned cranes roam together in the Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve. The 2-acre outdoor habitat recreates an African grassland, designed to inspire conservation of wildlife and wild places. Then, see the world’s tallest animal year-round at the Osage Casino & Hotel Giraffe Barn or stand sky high on the Mary K. Chapman Giraffe Experience viewing deck. The adventure continues with habitats for lions, African painted dogs, meerkats and Southern ground-hornbills, all part of the African Plains section.
Stroll to the coast and watch sea lions swim from the shores of Helmerich Sea Lion Cove. And visit another watery world at the Penguin exhibit; African penguins are always dressed in their formal black-and-white, ready to welcome you to their rocky home.
Venture through the Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek for a journey of animal habitat discovery. This four-building complex showcases animals adapted to cold, desert, forest and water habitats. Guests will find features old and new, from colorful aquariums and an open-top wildlife rehab bald eagle exhibit to the zoo's original cave complex.
Experience a world of species at the Dave Zucconi Conservation Center; see Diana monkeys, endangered birds, reptiles, frogs and fish. Say hello to the zoo’s fabulous flamingo flock on the way in and have an awwwe-some time at the reptile nursery.
When you’re ready for a break, Macaw Landing Grille is a full-service restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. Or visit the Lost Kingdom to dine up-close with tigers in George Kaiser Family Foundation Rajan's. The Ann and Jack Graves Komodo Canteen offers two shaded seating areas where guests can relax with a sweet or salty treat. Other seasonal options are available around zoo grounds.
The Tulsa Zoo offers a large collection of online resources for guests interested in an adventure at home. The website provides visitors with at-home activities, virtual tours and lots of information about the different animals at the zoo.
PricingGeneral Admission (online purchase of tickets required)
Seniors (65+): $12
Children (Ages 3-11): $10
Children 2 & under: Free
Attractions are seasonal and weather-dependent. See the zoo's website for current information.
Attractions (non-member pricing):
Train Ride (one-way): $4
Carousel Ride: $2
Hardesty Gem Dig: $5
Sluice: $6 to $10
Camel Rides: not being offered at this time
Walking tours: Groups of 20 or less are able to book a guided walking tour. The cost is $9 per person (ages 3 and older) plus zoo admission.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.