HallowZOOeen is a family-friendly event and costumes must be appropriate. While we encourage guests to dress up in the spirit of the event, we value safety for all in attendance.
Country music fans, here is a unique offer exclusively for Association of Zoos and Aquariums member organizations like the Tulsa Zoo.
Tulsa Zoo today announced plans to reduce the number of guests allowed per hour, to 300 from 500, as a way to help mitigate against the spread of COVID-19. The change is effective Nov. 18, 2020.
The Tulsa Zoo is welcoming guests to dig up some family fun at the Hardesty Gem Dig and Sluice from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.* this weekend (9/5-9/7) with key changes to safeguard against the spread of COVID-19. *weather dependant
Tulsa Zoo will welcome guests from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Tuesday, Sept. 8. All guests, including members, are required to reserve advance tickets online at tulsazoo.org/tickets, with 2-2:59 p.m. being the final guest entry timeslot.
Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc. today announced Lindsay Hutchison, the zoo’s Vice President of Philanthropy and Community Engagement, has been selected to succeed retiring President and CEO Terrie Correll effective Aug. 17, 2020.
The Tulsa Zoo is providing a new canopy for our Rainforest. The storm damaged roof will be replaced this summer, which means the exhibit and outdoor jaguar viewing will temporarily close to the public beginning Monday, June 22.
Ohe, the Tulsa Zoo’s 2-year-old male giraffe, is making a new home in Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs, Colorado. There Ohe joins a new herd and makes way for the Tulsa Zoo to receive additional giraffe in the future.
The Tulsa Zoo is ready to welcome guests back on grounds beginning with a members-only thank you week May 25, then for the general public on June 1.