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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

Conservation on Tap

Our premier beer-drinking event features unlimited samplings from local breweries, distributors and home brewers. In addition to the beer selection, enjoy live music, food and animal encounters.

Party for the Planet

Party for the Planet is North America’s largest combined Earth Day celebration with more than 120 zoos and aquariums across the country participating. Discover what Tulsa Zoo and our conservation partners are doing to conserve and protect wildlife with specialty keeper chats from our animal care experts.

Breakfast with the Bunny

Celebrate spring at the zoo during Breakfast with the Bunny. Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast, an up-close animal encounter, and most importantly, meet the Easter Bunny.

The Lion King with Tulsa Zoo

Experience Disney's The Lion King with the Tulsa Zoo. Enjoy the show’s stunning costumes and mesmerizing performances with your Tulsa Zoo friends.


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Tulsa Zoo Celebrates 53 Years of Family Run Fun

Tulsa Zoo celebrates 53 years of family run fun with 2023 Ascension St. John ZooRun Presented by CommunityCare, scheduled for Earth Day, Saturday, April 22. The event will include a 5k, 10k and the Ascension St. John 1-mile Fun Run. Runners may choose from in-person or virtual options.
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Tulsa Zoo Announces Siamang Infant Name

Tulsa Zoo announced the name of their newest male siamang – Pandai (pronounced pan’-dye). The name means clever in Malay.
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Introducing Zuri to the Chimpanzee Troop

Introducing chimpanzees to a troop takes meticulous planning. Learn about Zuri’s journey as shared by Zookeeper Mo O’Leary and the behind-the-scenes process of chimpanzee introductions.
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Tulsa Zoo Welcomes New Female Chimpanzee

Tulsa Zoo is welcoming a new addition to its troop, Zuri, a 10-year-old female chimpanzee from Los Angeles Zoo.
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Tulsa Zoo Announces Penguin Chick Name and Sex

The Tulsa Zoo catalogued more than 10,000 votes from the public to determine the winning name for their penguin chick: River. The zoo also determined the sex of the penguin through an outside DNA test, which shows River is female.

Location & Hours

Open at 9 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…