$6.00Child (ages 3 - 11)
$10.00Adult (ages 12 - 64)
$8.00Senior (age 65+)
Tulsa Zoo Friends Members provide much-needed support for the zoo through annual memberships. Your membership supports exhibit improvements, and it also helps to provide essential items for the zoo, such as enrichment and food for animals. Your dedication to the zoo helps us continue our commitment to conservation.
Join us as we explore the Tulsa Zoo after hours. The moon’s glow transforms the well-known zoo walkways into paths for new adventures. Enjoy fun-filled activities, prowl the trails during a zoo night hike, and experience live animal presentations.
After a night of adventure, glide into a sea of sleeping bags surrounded by the call of the wild. Our very own parrot alarm clocks will likely provide the wake-up call. This exciting adventure is sure to create memories you will treasure.
The Tulsa Zoo offers two exciting options, LUNA Group Overnights and Snooz-a-pa-ZOO-za Family Overnights.
Snooz-a-pa-ZOO-za family overnights are open to multiple families with children 6 – 17 years old, allowing them to come together to enjoy our overnight experiences. All children must be supervised by a guardian or parent, and the zoo requires one adult for every 4 children.
The cost includes evening snacks, a continental breakfast, and admission to the zoo after the program ends on Sunday. Once registered, you will receive an electronic confirmation with details on items you and your family should bring along for this overnight adventure.
Participants sleep in our climate-controlled education auditorium. Please note the zoo has no shower facilities, and that is not included.
Snooz-a-pa-Zoo-za: Night in the Lost Kingdom
6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23 through 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 24., 2017 (FULL)
6:30 p.m. on Saturday Sept 30 through 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 (FULL)
Cost: $35 per member; $45 per non-member
Journey with us to a mysterious world deep within the heart of the Tulsa Zoo where ancient ruins of the jungle have recently been rediscovered! During our nocturnal adventures, we will learn all about the elusive animals that call this new land home.
We will bed down for the night in the recently opened George Kaiser Family Foundation Rajan’s, right in the center of the Lost Kingdom.
The next morning, we will awake to the stillness of the zoo in the early morning and enjoy a special chat with a zookeeper. Look forward to exploring zoo trails, visiting zoo animals, playing special games, roasting marshmallows over a fire, and much more!
This overnight is open to multiple families with children 6 – 17 years old. All children must be supervised by a guardian or parent. The cost includes evening snacks, a continental breakfast and admission to the zoo after the program ends on Saturday.
Once registered, you will receive an electronic confirmation with details on items you and your family should bring along for this overnight adventure. Participants sleep in a climate-controlled building. Please note that the zoo has no shower facilities. The zoo requires one adult for every four children.
Who can attend?
We welcome all types of organized groups, including school groups, community groups, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, family reunions, birthday parties, nature lovers, science clubs, or any group who wants to enjoy a zoo overnight. If you would like to attend an overnight and don’t have an organized group check out our Snooz-a-pa-ZOO-za program.
Overnight programs include live animal presentations, zoo night hikes, hands-on interactive activities, games, campfire with S’moreos (a zoo favorite!), continental breakfast, morning guided programs AND zoo admission after the morning program!
Chose From Two Exciting LUNA Topics:
Nocturnal Adventures – When the lights go out animals use some remarkable adaptations to help them navigate their night time environment. From seismic sound to odor receptors galore we will discover how animals use their senses to explore the dark. How will your senses match up against some of the masters of the night?
Zoo Mystery Investigation – Who at the zoo made that poo!? Help us solve some animal mysteries- from the vet clinic to wildlife exhibits- as we trek around zoo grounds after dark. Participants will examine animal hair and skin samples, compare blood slides, discover clues from wildlife crimes and much more as you solve zoo mysteries.
Ages and Chaperones
All children must be at least 6 years old and accompanied by adults at a minimum 1:7 ratio of adults to youth.
6:30 p.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Our programs are designed around the small class approach. Groups will consist of 2 to 25 total people, including chaperones. If your group is larger than 25 please contact the zoo prior to registering your group.
Groups can select their own dates, based on availability. Overnight programs are offered most Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings throughout the year.
$525 for 2-15 participants then $35 for each additional camper – 1 adult per 7 campers free (additional chaperones will be $10 each)
Zoo Mystery Investigation
$675 for 2-15 participants then $45 for each additional camper – 1 adult per 7 campers free (additional chaperones will be $10 each)
A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to book a date (submit check upon date approval). Remaining balance (full payment) is due the night of your group’s overnight.
No refunds for overnight program deposits. Deposits can be transferred to another approved date if the Tulsa Zoo Education Department receives written notice 30 days prior to your scheduled date. Transfers less than 30 days are subject to a $50 transfer fee. Tulsa Zoo Management, Inc., reserves the right to cancel programs based on extreme weather circumstances. Should TZMI cancel a program participants will receive a full refund. All cancellation or transfer requests must be emailed to the Tulsa Zoo’s education department at email@example.com.
To schedule a LUNA Overnight, or for more information, call (918) 669-6204 or email the Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.