Bring the entire family to the Tulsa Zoo to experience the wonders of wildlife through animal encounters on 84 lush acres. Take this exciting journey into the natural world with must-see habitats including Lost Kingdom, Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve, the Rainforest, Chimpanzee Connection and Helmerich Sea Lion Cove.
Lost Kingdom is home for ambassadors of some of Asia’s rarest and most elusive species, including Malayan tigers, snow leopards, Chinese alligators, siamangs, binturongs and Komodo dragons. Large, natural habitats with indoor and outdoor viewing allow zoo guests to see animals year-round, regardless of weather.
The African Plains is home to the Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve, a re-creation of a mixed species African grassland habitat designed to inspire conservation action on behalf of rhinos. The 2-acre outdoor space is home to white rhinos, springbok antelope, warthogs and grey crowned cranes. A replica rhino moving crate, climbable rhino statues, sustainable building design and interpretive graphics are designed to educate and immerse zoo guests. The African Plains includes giraffes, lions, African painted dogs and meerkats.
Helmerich Sea Lion Cove offers a view of sea lions from different vantage points, including from an underwater station. The beach-themed rocky landscape provides enrichment for sea lions with caves, flat rocks and shady spots. The demonstration area is a highlight, featuring daily keeper presentations about sea lion conservation and care.
Millions of zoo visitors have been transported to lush tropics in the Rainforest exhibit. With free-roaming wildlife, the animal inhabitants take center stage. View exotic species such as jaguars, monkeys, giant snakes, sloths, poison dart frogs and a variety of bird species.
Browse through the Dave Zucconi Conservation Center to see everything from birds and primates to reptiles and fish. Learn about Tulsa Zoo's wildlife conservation programs around the world, and head to the reptile nursery to witness their newest contributions to saving reptile species.
Tour the Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek, a journey through animal life in the cold, desert, forest and water. Guests will find features old and new, from an interactive area and training wall, to the zoo's original cave exhibit. This four-building complex will thrill all who take a trek through the wild.
Take the kids to the petting zoo with small and friendly farm animals. See the daily routines of guinea hogs, river otters, kangaroos and more. Other education areas include an Oklahoma trail, a sensory garden and the Cox Nature Exchange. Learn about your favorite animals from the keepers who care for them. Daily schedules are available on the zoo's website.
Macaw Landing Grille is a full-service restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. Or visit 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.
PricingGeneral Admission (advance online purchase of timed tickets required)
Seniors (65+): $10
Children (Ages 3-11): $8
Children 2 & under: Free
Attractions are seasonal and weather-dependent. Some attractions are temporarily closed or limited to support COVID-19 safeguards. See the zoo's website for current information.
Attractions (non-member pricing):
Train Ride (one-way): $2
Carousel Ride: $2
Hardesty Gem Dig: $5
Sluice: $6 to $10
Camel Rides: $6
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.