$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.
Tulsa Zoo maintains a safe, fun environment for our guests and our animal residents. Here are a few rules:
I found an abandoned baby animal. Can I bring it to the zoo?
In many cases, the best thing you can do is leave an animal where you found it. Young animals may appear to be alone. An adult usually is nearby and waiting for you, the perceived threat, to leave. If an animal appears injured, contact a licensed wildlife rehabilitator; the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation maintains a list.
I found an injured animal. Can I bring it to the zoo?
The best resource is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Contact the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for a list.
I have a (raccoon, squirrel, snake, other unwanted animal) in my house. Can the zoo come get it?
No, the zoo is not able to pick up animals. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is a resource for wildlife rescuers.
I’d like to donate my exotic animal pet to the zoo. Can I drop it off?
The zoo is not able to accept gifts of animals from the public. We do appreciate gifts for our animals. Check out our wish list.
Can I take a picture hugging a tiger?
We love seeing guest pictures of our animals – when taken from the safety of public exhibit areas. For huggable wildlife, we recommend the plush variety, available in our Gift Shop. For unique opportunities to get closer to our animals, sign up for a donor membership to be eligible for a behind-scenes tour. Or add an animal encounter to your next special event at the zoo.
Can I interview a zookeeper for my class project?
Because of the large number of requests, the zoo cannot offer individual project support. Tulsa County students with lab or homework sheets get free zoo admission during regular business hours to complete assignments on their own.
Where can I buy a baby chimpanzee?
The Tulsa Zoo supports responsible pet ownership. Wild animals and exotics are not good house pets.
Can I bring my pet to the zoo?
Pets are not allowed in the zoo. Please leave your pets at home; not in your car, no matter the temperature outside.