At the OKC Zoo, Go Wild!


Bypass the ticket booth, purchase tickets online!

Experience the OKC Zoo


Adult Ticket Price: $22

Child Ticket Price: $19

Senior Ticket Price: $19

ZOOfriends Member Ride-It-All: $10

Ride-It-All Includes:

Access to train, carousel & Elephant Express Tram!



Adult Ticket Price: $30


Child Ticket Price: $25

Senior Ticket Price: $25

ZOOfriends Member Zoo-It-All: $16

Zoo-It-All Includes:

Admission, rides and experiences, all feedings, all shows!


Wild Encounters

9:45 a.m. - Grizzly Bears 
$36/member, $40/nonmember


11:15 a.m. - Rhinos
$36/member, $40/nonmember


2:45 p.m. - Elephants 
$45/member, $50/nonmember


3:30 p.m. - Sea Lions
$36/member, $40/nonmember



General admission for adults 12-64 is $12, kids (ages 3-11) and seniors (ages 65+) is $9. Children two and under are free. Click here to purchase.

The OKC Zoo cannot grant ticket donations to organizations for the purpose of silent auctions, raffles, or any venue where money will be directly or indirectly exchanged for the tickets.

Wild Encounters enable you to get up close and personal with grizzly bears, rhinos, sea lions and elephants. Groups up to 10 people. Each child must be accompanied by an adult and must be 6 years old or older. 

Parking is free and same day re-entry is allowed.

Military Discount

The Zoo is proud to offer a 50% discount on general admission to all veterans, active duty, active reserves and retirees of the military (with valid military ID). This discount does not apply to children or dependents of veterans, active duty, active reserves or retirees of the military.


The Zoo accepts major credit cards and debit/purchase cards. The Zoo does not accept Traveler's Checks. 

Group Rates

Group rates begin with 15 or more paying guests. See the Schools and Groups page for group rates and pricing. Group purchase orders are not accepted at food stands.

Weather/Rain Checks

The Zoo does not offer refunds or rain checks due to animal visibility or weather conditions. Special circumstances, including extremes in weather, construction, births, feeding, and veterinary procedures, may require that certain animals be removed from public viewing to ensure the best possible care.

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