People tend to check in during these times:
Bring your own water and wear comfortable shoes.
Everything, nice park
The new update is the best
The Tulsa Zoo is fun for families but if you're a zoo aficionado who's seen DC or San Diego, you won't be impressed
Pack a picnic! There is only one place to eat and the line at lunch is a mile long.
Tulsa Zoo is a great place to take the family
Last hurrah before school starts!!!!!
Awesome. Our 3 year old really enjoys herself. :)))
It was cool
This place has gone way downhill, not planning on coming back.
Great fun for the price. Go to PF Chang's for dinner afterward.
I used to love this zoo ! Had a family pass went 2-3 times a week. But... Since the poller bear is gone, lions hide, monkeys are few, odd layout! The best part is the RAIN FORREST !!!!
Great time of the year to go
LOVE the rainforest. I could spend hours looking for the sloths and hanging out w the anaconda.
Go during the week
The grill at the back of the zoo has great food, but they're a bit slow getting it to you, know that when you go in.
Do not be alarmed: the geese have escaped their exhibit. Use caution. Repeat: Canadians are loose and pooping all over the zoo.
Monday is $1 day thru February.
Avoid the buildings that are under construction
The kids loved it and we plan on making another trip when the new sealion exhibit opens. If you have a large family (2 adults & 4 children) it is worth buying the family pass.
Did you know? The Tulsa Zoo was founded in 1927 and opened a year later with just 35 animals. Today the zoo is home to more than 2,800 animals!
Penguins r really cool but overall zoo is a c-
Check out the Black and White Lemurs!
The zoo is located on 84 acres within Mohawk Park, which is the third largest municipal park in the United States. There are more than 2,800 animals are on exhibit, many of them rare and endangered.