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$8.00Child (ages 3 - 11)

$12.00Adult (ages 12 - 64)

$10.00Senior (age 65+)

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Memberships

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.

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Hours and Admission

Zoo Hours

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, 363 days per year.

Closed Christmas Day and the third Friday in June.

Winter Hours (November through February)
Last ticket sold and buildings begin to close at 4:30 p.m.
Gates close at 5 p.m.

Summer Hours (March through October)
Last ticket sold and buildings begin to close at 5 p.m.

Click here to download the Tulsa Zoo Map.

Admission Prices

$12 for adults
$8 for ages 3-11
$10 for seniors 65+
Ages 2 and under are free
Tulsa Zoo Friends Members are free

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards.  We’re sorry, but we cannot accept personal checks. Tickets are nonrefundable.

For more information, contact Admissions at (918) 669–6602.

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  • Discounts

    AAA members save $1 per ticket. Military personnel with ID save $1 per ticket. Members of other AZA zoos pay half price. Tulsa Zoo Friends members receive free regular admission and specials year-round.

    Watch for special deals throughout the year on our Facebook, Twitter, and website.

    Discounts are not available online.

  • School & Group Rates

    Schools, scouts and groups of 25 or more paying guests can receive discounted admission during regular operating hours, with a reservation and two weeks advance notice. Click here for more information on group rates.

  • Parking

    Zoo parking is free during November through March. On weekends and holidays from April 1 to Oct. 31, visitors to Mohawk Park pay a parking fee of $2 per car and $10 per bus. Park entry always is free for Tulsa Zoo Friends.

  • Directions

    Directions to the Zoo

    In Tulsa, take Sheridan Road north until it dead ends at 36th Street North. Turn right and follow the signs to the Mohawk Park entrance. It’s that easy!

    Street Address

    6421 E. 36th St. North, Tulsa OK 74115

    GPS Address

    4099 Chickasaw Drive, Tulsa OK 74115

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Guest Services

  • Rentals

    Available at the gift shop; quantities limited. Prices do not include tax or $5 deposit.
    Single stroller $6
    Double stroller $8
    Wagon $7
    Manual Wheelchairs $8

  • Electric Scooters

    We have a limited number of electric scooters available for $28 per day. We suggest reserving one in advance by calling (918) 669-6618 or (918) 669-6616.
    Electric scooters can only be operated by a single person. Operators must be 18 years of age or older. All operators must have a valid drivers license. Young children are not allowed to operate the chair.

  • Lost and Found

    All lost items are brought to the information building at the entrance plaza. To reach lost and found, call (918) 669-6602. All items left for more than 30 days will be donated to charity.

  • Food Service

    Macaw Landing Grille
    The Grille, as zoo regulars call it, is a full-service restaurant that offers everything from hot pizza to hamburgers made to order. Wash lunch down with an ice cold soft drink or select a tasty dessert. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.

    George Kaiser Family Foundation Rajan’s
    Rajans is upscale pizza restaurant in the heart of the Lost Kingdom exhibit complex. The climate controlled indoor section is perfect for watching the big game, with multiple screens and beer on tap. If you prefer a more wild dining experience make your way to the patio section of Rajans, with up-close viewing of the tiger exhibit. Enjoy a selection of flatbread pizzas, salads, or sandwiches — with many drink options on tap — at this deliciously decant restaurant.

    Ann and Jack Graves Komodo Canteen
    The Komodo Canteen offers two seating areas where guests can relax with a sweet or salty treat, and enjoy fantastic views of the wildlife around them. Or just grab a hand dipped corndog, funnel fries, or tater tots — and wash it down with a soda, ICEE or beer — as you journey through the Lost Kingdom.

    Jaguar Junction
    Jaguar Junction is the zoo’s ice cream and snack shop, conveniently located next to the Helmerich Playground. Stop by for a refreshing snack and let the kids release some energy on the playground. Picnic tables with playground view are nearby.

    Concession Carts
    Other concession carts may pop up around zoo grounds to offer guests delicious snacks. These carts are mobile and open based on weather and events.

  • Sea Lion Station and Crane Depot

    Purchase train tickets, snacks or drinks at the zoo’s train stations.

  • Gift Shop

    The gift shop at the entry plaza offers fun, zoo-themed merchandise for every age group and budget. Stop by on your way out of the zoo to find your treasure.