Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden

Oklahoma City, OK

Where are we going?

Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden
2101 NE 50th St
Oklahoma City
OK 73111
USA

405 424 3344

What is there to do?

Come on kids, the wild is calling and it's calling you to Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden!

It's here kids can meet animals from ALL over the world, from the gran lions, to the stripy zebra, and the playfully cheeky monkeys.

Oklahoma City Zoo is home to more than 2,200 exotic animals, with plenty of opportunities for kids to learn all about them as they explore the many exhibits.

Kids can meet some amazing elephants up close, or explore the wonders of nature through play at the Children’s Zoo Barnyard, complete with miniature donkeys, goats, and rare chickens!

Not only that, kids can enjoy a number of activities and experiences throughout the day, some with a small additional cost, including a ride on the Centennial Zoo Choo, or play in the water stream on those hot days!

The Endangered Species Carousel is always a popular favorite, or kids can meet some very special Asian Elephants at the Sanctuary Asia pavillion.

Don't miss the animal feedings and presentations either, as they offer even more learning opportunities for those curious little ones!

Of course, let's not forget about the gardens either! The entire Zoo is an accredited living museum and botanical garden with more than 30,000 specimens of flowering bulbs, unusual and hard-to-find plants, and more than 100 Oklahoma native species, and 29 of these are listed as rare! 

Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanic Gardens are also home to the largest, walk-through outdoor Butterfly Garden in Oklahoma. Pretty cool!

So why not enjoy a WILD day out in Oklahoma with the family. You never know what you might learn!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $11 admission, or $29 for "Zoo It All"

Children: Ages 3-11: $8 admission, or $24 "Zoo It All"

Discount: Military and Group Rates for Groups of 15+

Free Under: 3 years.

LAST UPDATED 2018

Need a little extra help?

There is disability access, and there is wheelchair rental available

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When can we go?

9am to 5pm daily.

The Zoo is closed only on Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's Day.

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Any top tips?

Check out the fun events that the zoo hosts across the year, including seasonal fun and Halloween haunts! They are always fun for the kids

I’m Hungry!

The Canopy Food Court is the largest eatery in the zoo and offerings dining in a rainforest atmosphere with outside patio option. Such into pizza, chicken tenders, burgers, corn dogs & more! The Safari Cafe offers Starbucks products, and there are numerous other food locations including Big Rivers Cafe where snacks and drinks are open seasonally!

Healthy Eating

There are salad options in the food court, as well as fresh fruit

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