Fourteen of Tulsa’s largest area attractions have agreed to continue current mask requirements and social distancing for all indoor spaces through the month of May. The decision was made in the best interest of public health as a continued measure of safety as we follow the CDC guidelines. This extension allows additional time for guests and staff to fully complete vaccinations and safely transition to increased capacities and activities.
The Tulsa area attractions participating in these joint efforts include: ahha Tulsa, Discovery Lab, Gathering Place, Gilcrease Museum, Oklahoma Aquarium, Philbrook Museum of Art, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Garden Center at Woodward Park, Tulsa Historical Society and Museum, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa Symphony, Tulsa Zoo, and the Woody Guthrie Center. These Tulsa attractions have engaged in regular discussions since the pandemic began in March 2020 and continue to communicate and closely monitor the situation. In the coming weeks the group will issue an update for the month of June reflecting further guidance from the CDC and City of Tulsa.
For the latest updates on specific attractions, events, or specific guidelines for a particular organization please visit their website.
What does this mean for Tulsa Zoo guests?
Tulsa Zoo guests ages 10 and older are required to wear a face covering when inside any buildings on zoo grounds, unless the individual falls within an exception category listed by the order:
- Those who fall into the CDC’s guidance for those who should not wear face coverings due to a medical or mental health condition or developmental disability.
- Those who are eating or drinking.