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The Oklahoma City Zoo

The Oklahoma City Zoo

The Oklahoma City Zoo is a living museum of 1,900 animal species, expansive botanical gardens & over 26,000 members. The zoo stretches across 119 acres, located in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District.

 

 

LOCATION

The Oklahoma City Zoo

2101 NE 50th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

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Accessibility Information

The Oklahoma City Zoo is accessible to people of all abilities. Pathways, exhibits, restaurants, restrooms and drinking fountains are ADA accessible. In addition, the Zoo’s Jungle Gym playground and play area across from the picnic grounds feature ADA accessible equipment. Animal habitats are easy to view from any vantage point.
The Zoo’s Guest Experience staff is pleased to assist guests requiring special assistance to ensure an enjoyable experience. Please contact the Zoo in advance of your visit by calling (405) 425-0262.

Sensory Sensitivity

The Oklahoma City Zoo partnered with KultureCity to improve the Zoo’s ability to assist and accommodate guests with sensory processing needs. The objective is to provide an inclusive and seamless experience for every guest, regardless of age and ability, including those with sensory processing disorders (SPDs). The Zoo has installed signage identifying quiet zones and headphone zones to help visitors as they explore the Zoo grounds.

Sensory Bags
Sensory bags containing fidget tools, noise-canceling headphones and other resources, are available for checkout (at no cost by leaving an ID) in our Guest Experience office in the entry plaza. Sensory bags are also available in the Zoo’s Rosser Conservation Education Center.

Weighted Lap Pads
Weighted lap pads are also available upon request (at no cost by leaving an ID) in our Guest Experience office and in the Zoo’s Rosser Education Center.

Quiet and Calm Zones
The zoo has designated “Quiet Zones” and “Calm Zones” throughout the park. These areas typically have less activity and spaces to sit and regroup after becoming overstimulated.

Headphone Zones
We have identified areas that are noisy and where guests tend to linger as “Headphone Zones.”

For a full list of Quiet and Headphone zones, visit www.okczoo.org

 

PARKING INFO

Parking is free.

PUBLIC HOURS

THE ZOO IS OPEN DAILY FROM 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

Zoo buildings close at 4:45 p.m.
The Zoo is closed on Thanksgiving AND Christmas

PUBLIC ADMISSION FEES

Adult Ticket Price: $29

Child Ticket Price: $24

Senior Ticket Price: $24

ZOOfriends Member Zoo-It-All: $16

Zoo-It-All Tickets Includes:
Admission, rides and experiences, all feedings, all shows!

For a longer list of ticket options, visit www.okczoo.org

 

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