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It’s our goal to drive change for a future where wildlife and wild places thrive. Families can stroll among the tigers, rhinos and grizzly bears or run wild at the Helmerich Playground: Behaving Like Animals! See our state-of-the-art exhibits and learn more about how you can help save the amazing animals you see while at Tulsa Zoo!

Upcoming at the Zoo

Breakfast with Santa

Celebrate the holidays at the zoo during Breakfast with Santa. Guests are invited to enjoy a scrumptious hot breakfast, take part in arts and crafts, and most importantly, meet Santa Claus. Guests can also experience extra Christmas magic with Santa’s live reindeer!

Hodari’s Birthday Celebration

In celebration of Hodari’s first birthday, we are inviting you to go behind the scenes inside the Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve. Join us this Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for a peek inside Hodari’s home, special giveaways, and to sign Hodari’s rhino-sized birthday card!

Tulsa Zoo Mourns Loss of Malayan Tiger

Tulsa Zoo is mourning the loss of Gahara, a male Malayan tiger who was humanely euthanized on Oct. 26. Gahara was being treated for lameness in one of his legs. A physical exam revealed that cancer was present and further investigation found evidence of the cancer’s spread to other parts of his body.

Administering COVID-19 Vaccine to Susceptible Animals

Tulsa Zoo has begun administering COVID-19 vaccines to zoo mammals that are considered susceptible to coronavirus. The vaccine, which is manufactured by Zoetis, is made exclusively for animals. The zoo is prioritizing species based on their risk for developing COVID-19, including tigers, lions, snow leopards, jaguars, bears, chimpanzees and other species.

WALTZ on the Wild Side

The 31st annual WALTZ on the Wild Side presented by the Hardesty Family Foundation will take place from 6-11 p.m. on Sept. 16, 2022, at the Tulsa Zoo. WALTZ, which stands for we all love Tulsa Zoo, has raised more than $5 million toward building a bigger, better Tulsa Zoo.

Endangered Siamang Born

A siamang infant is doing well after being born at the Tulsa Zoo earlier this week. The infant was born on Aug. 8, 2022, to mother Boomerang and father Jambi, through Tulsa Zoo’s ongoing participation in the Association of Zoos & Aquariums Siamang Species Survival Plan®.

Location & Hours

Open at 8 a.m.
Last entry at 4 p.m.
Close at 5 p.m.

(918) 669-6600

6421 E 36th St N
Tulsa, OK 74115

Parking at the Zoo is free all year round! Paid priority parking may be offered during Spring Break and special events.