Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden, Oklahoma City
About Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden, Oklahoma City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 2000 Remington Pl, Oklahoma City, OK 73111, United States
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Opened in 1902, this zoo has distinguished itself as one of the city's main family attractions. 512 species of animals can be found here covering 1900 different individuals. The zoo has a great number of attractions to entertain its more than a million annual visitors. These include the elephant habitat, the lion overlook, the Aquaticus (1,500 aquatic creatures), the stunning butterfly garden, Animals from various exotic islands around the world, a herpetarium, the endangered species carousel the animals of the Oklahoma Trail, and an exhibit dedicated to the great apes. There are also animal shows, such as the sea lion show, and the giraffe feeding.
A number of these exotic animals roam freely around the hundred and thirty-eight acre Gardens at the zoo. The garden reflects the natural habitats of Oklahoma State - eastern deciduous forests and tall grass prairies. Of the exhibits at these Gardens you should especially check out The water conservation Garden, dwarf Conifers, pines, Oaks, and Magnolias, Bamboo, tropical, Cacti, and agave plants.
The Zoo museum also recounts the history and development of the zoo. It consists of a historical archive and two galleries.
Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden Information
- Certain attractions may be closed during bad weather. No refund will be given in this case.
- You can bring your own food and drink.
- Alcohol, firearms and skateboards or roller skates are not allowed.
- Do not feed the animals.
- Do not bring your own bags.
Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden Ticket Prices
- Children 3-5 years old, seniors 65+: USD 5
- Free for under 3
- 50% military discount including one spouse and 5 dependents.
- Standard admission fees covers entry only.
- The Zoo-It-All ticket (USD 20 for adults; USD 15 for children and seniors) covers all rides attractions and feeding times.
Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- The opening hours of the Zoo museum may vary with the changing seasons.
How To reach Oklahoma City Zoo And Botanical Garden by Public Transport
- Buses 003, 022 stop N MLK Ave @ NE 52ND St.
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This is a great place to take your family. The staff is always courteous and very knowledgeable about the animals. Huge zoo will take you 5 to 6 hours to go through. However it is worth every minute and every penny. Also free parking you can't beat that
Great Zoo! Never too crowded during the week and the admission isn't crazy! Become a member and you can come and go as you please with no additional admission. The restaurant also had surprisingly tasty food. Highly recommend, especially if you have kids!
Having a great time playing at the zoo with the NW District 4-H. The guides have been great. The girl that did the red group was very informative and professional. She did an excellent job. We will definitely be back with Girl Scouts and 4-H if they do this again.
This is an excellent facility. The zoo is beautifully kept and fun to explore. The staff are friendly and eager to answer questions. The food has changed recently and the quality seems to have improved. There are some paid extras but there are also lots of activities included in admission.
Person takes your photo on the way in. Staff is very nice. You can rent different types of strollers at the entrance since the park is big. Had area to wash hands after petting, little free splash pad in children's zoo part. There's little things at different times where you can pet . When we got there, there was an elephant one going on, there was a sting ray petting that we'd missed and a giraffe feeding that we'd missed. There's a Starbucks inside and food places inside although they DO let you bring in your own food and drinks. Also there were a picnic areas and a good bit of benches for rest. And parents, bathrooms are baby friendly as they are equipped with changing tables!!! We had an awesome time!
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