Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum

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Facility:Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum
Address 1:6421 East 36th Street North
Address 2:
Zip Code:74115
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily
Closed third Friday in June & Christmas Day
Admission:Adults: $8
Ages 3 to 11: $4
Seniors 65+: $6
Ages 2 and under: Free
Tulsa Zoo Friends Members: Free
Members of other AZA zoos pay half price.
Weekends and holidays, April through October, there is a cash-only $2 charge for each vehicle entering Mohawk Park. Park entry is FREE for Tulsa Zoo Friends Members.

: Mother's Day and Father's Day is half-price admission to all guests. There are special deals throughout the year, so always check their Facebook, Twitter and website for special promotions.
Telephone:(918) 669-6600
Michele, Co-op Member
Living north of Tulsa, we have visited the zoo multiple times. It has a great variety of animals. We are never disappointed by our visit.
Shelley, Co-op Member
The Tulsa Zoo has so many things to do besides just looking at the animals! There are great historical exhibits like the life-size Inuit ice house and the ground-shaking earthquake experience. I also like that many of the exhibits are indoors, providing a chance to cool off on hot days! There is a large playground with a variety of equipment for various ages, and it is shaded! There is a nature exchange where your children can bring in found objects and trade for others. While some areas are showing their age, the Tulsa Zoo is slowly updating as well. We have found it to be very handicap-friendly, too!
A. H., Co-op Member
Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum is an awesome field trip. I can remember going multiple times for public school field trips my self, I always loved it. My hubby and I took the kids there last year and we had a blast! Some of the kids favorites were the Elephants, Lions, Jaguar, Sea Lions, the Sea or River otters. That is just a few of the animals they have there. The Zoo is a great field trip!
C Swaim, Co-op Member
We love zoos and the Tulsa zoo is no exception. It is small enough to visit all of the exhibits in one day, there are wonderful museum quality exhibits, but the Nature Exchange is our favorite thing.
At the Nature Exchange, it is an exchange of knowledge for points to earn things for your own collection. The women we have encountered here are wonderful with the children and really enjoy discussing the children's finds at great length.
We tend to go to the zoo during the school year as it is so hot during the summer. More of the animals are out and it is less busy.
H.Johnson, Co-op Member
It's a zoo, and it has all the same things that a zoo would typically have. However, the bathrooms are usually very clean, and the dining facilities are clean and decently-priced. The annual membership also comes with some nice perks.
Michelle, Co-op Member
Great place for all ages. My child enjoyed everything.
Sally C., Co-op Member
This is one of my very favorite places. If you have a teenager, be sure to check out their teen partnering program, where you can go and help a zookeeper for a day.
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