Oklahoma Aquarium

Oklahoma Aquarium 300 Aquarium Dr
Jenks, OK 74037

Phone: 918-296-3474
Fax: 918-296-3467
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The Oklahoma Aquarium is the largest indoor ocean in the four state region with thousands of aquatic creatures featured in more than 100 exhibits.  The largest number of bull sharks in an aquarium setting with lemon, nurse and sand tiger sharks swimming alongside you and even overhead, as you walk through a unique, underwater tunnel.  Visitors will be amazed by the incredible variety of other fish including seahorses, jellyfish and eels. 

From salt water to fresh water, this aquarium in the Tulsa suburb of Jenks features a dazzling array of water creatures.  ...

The Oklahoma Aquarium is the largest indoor ocean in the four state region with thousands of aquatic creatures featured in more than 100 exhibits.  The largest number of bull sharks in an aquarium setting with lemon, nurse and sand tiger sharks swimming alongside you and even overhead, as you walk through a unique, underwater tunnel.  Visitors will be amazed by the incredible variety of other fish including seahorses, jellyfish and eels. 

From salt water to fresh water, this aquarium in the Tulsa suburb of Jenks features a dazzling array of water creatures.  Oklahoma has an amazing array of underwater wildlife swimming in our lakes and rivers, such as seven foot alligator gars and 100 pound spoonbills, and the aquarium features special exhibits highlighting these native species. 

Roll up your sleeves and feel the difference between slippery, smooth stingrays and the sandy skin of small sharks in one of the popular touch tanks.  Other interactive exhibits let kids and adults feed stingrays and turtles.  The Oklahoma Aquarium is more than fins and flippers; don’t miss the Ozark Stream where playful otters, beavers and raccoons frolic just inches from your eyes.  Group tours are available.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available, Restaurant on site

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-75

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours





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Closed Christmas Day.

Adults: $15.95

Seniors & Military: $13.95

Children 3-12: $11.95

Children 2 & under: Free

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From the Creek Turnpike, take the Peoria/Elm exit and go east on Aquarium Dr (entrance). From I-44, take Riverside Dr south, turn west at 96th St and proceed to Aquarium Dr (entrance) at light. Or, take Jenks exit east through Main Street District and follow the signs.


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From edgar on 04/26/15

We like to visite

From The Armstrong Homeschoolers on 06/23/14

We have been visiting this aquarium since they first partially opened! Many of the areas were still under construction back then. Now in its completion, there is so much this place has to offer, from educational to entertainment, it is amazing! I hold them in even higher regard for recognizing the importance of homeschooling in Oklahoma. They have certain days through the year dedicated to homeschool families, and it is so much fun! The workshops, and events they host are a wealth of knowledge and fun for the kids, as do the cool hands on displays. This is definitely a must see treat in our state!

From Mary Brake on 06/17/14

Apes at the OKC.zoo

From Jackie Mckenzie on 06/17/14

Polar bears

From Mary Dean on 06/17/14

The meerkats at the Tulsa Zoo

From Sonya Surprise on 06/17/14

The Gorillas at the OKC Zoo of course!!

From Sandra Brawdy on 06/17/14

The sharks at the aquarium

From Jeff Balogh on 06/17/14

Prize please.... Favorite SHARKS

From Charles Lonergan on 06/17/14

The sharks are my favorite

From Susan Leading Fox on 06/17/14

Love the OKC zoo

From Sharon Runyon on 06/17/14

Just took grandkids to the OKC Zoo today and loved it. Would love to take them to the Oklahoma Aquarium they've never been there!

From Tammie Anderson on 06/17/14

Hands down, the Oklahoma City Zoo! The Oklahoma Aquarium is a close second though.

From Karen Brown on 06/17/14

My Fav & my grandkids fav is the OKC Zoo, but we also go every summer to the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, We Love it ! Thank you ! Karen B

From patricia jones on 06/17/14

GW animal park in Wynnewood OK.

From Thaddeus on 06/17/14

The Okie Noodling Tournament is my favorite animal attraction.

From virginia on 06/17/14

The aquarium is my favorite, I grew up on the ocean so it's the next best thing.

From melissa on 06/17/14

The aquarium was a favorite for my teenagers even

From Regan McLaughlin on 06/17/14

The Oklahoma Aquarium is our absolute favorite attraction in Oklahoma !

From Herschel Westfall on 06/17/14

We love going to OKC Zoo! Been our favorite for 49 years!

From Leslie on 06/17/14

My fave would have to be the OKC Zoo. There's a reason we are ranked as one if the best!

From Catherine Gangwer on 06/17/14

Love the elephant exhibit at OKC Zoo!!

From Marinelle on 06/17/14

The only animal attraction I have experienced in OK is the OKC Zoo. I have never been to the aquarium in Jenks & have thought often about taking my kids. Would love to win the opportunity to go.

From Tammi on 06/17/14

Love the OKC Zoo - would love to see the aquarium!

From Kelly on 05/07/12

Sounds like a kool place to vivit And reasonable in cost. We will be there over the weekend of June 15th. Can't wait to see it!!!!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/05/11

James, we don't currently list prices but that's something we're looking to do in the future. With over 15,000 listings on TravelOK.com it would be very hard to monitor the prices for accuracy and we would never want to create a negative experience for the site visitor. Please contact the aquarium directly or visit their website for pricing information. It's an amazing place and we hope that you enjoy a visit to Jenks real soon!

From Debbie on 07/02/11

I found your website very easy to navigate. Beautiful photo layout. Looking forward to visit the aquarium in the next few days. I am from the FortSmith Ar area.

From James Garrett on 07/02/11

Why doesn't the website include the entrance fee?

From Don on 04/30/11

Your website is terrible,it takes forever to find out what it costs to visit & then I find it's way over priced. Thanks but no thanks. When I want to go to a place like this,I'll go to the Texas state aquarium.

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