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Zoo Amenities & Accessibility

Stroller, Wagon, Wheelchair, EVC

All rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please visit the Strollers window in the Zoo's Entry Plaza to rent these items.

  • Strollers-Single: $9.00

  • Strollers-Double: $12.00

  • Wagons: $12.00

  • Wheelchairs: $12.00

  • Electric Convenience Vehicles: $30.00 - With Canopy: $40.00 (Renter/Driver must be at least 18 years old)


Safari Cart Tour

A 2-hour tour for up to seven guests. Tours are available daily at 10am, 1pm, and 3pm. Carts are not able to go into all areas of the Zoo. $200 per tour. Zoo admission is not included and must be purchased separately. Must reserve at least two weeks in advance. Call 405-425-0262 to reserve or for more information. 

KultureCity Sensory Bags

Sensory bags are designed to help sensory needs in both adults and children. Filled with items that can lessen sensory overload and also engage - each bag includes headphones, marble fidget, noodle fidget, tangle fidget and an ID card. Guests may check out a sensory bag, at no cost, available at the Guest Services office. All bags and items are cleaned/sterilized after each use.

American Sign Language (ASL interpreter services)

ASL (American Sign Language) interpreters will be available the second Saturday of each month of March through October at no additional cost. They will be available for every Wild Encounter, and Elephant presentation on those dates. Wild Encounters can be booked ahead to guarantee a spot.

Service Dogs

It is the policy of The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden to disallow outside animals from entering the Zoo grounds. This includes, but is not limited to, pets such as dogs and cats.

However, the requirement of a “service dog” by individual(s) is understood and therefore the Zoo maintains a protocol in which to operate should a person(s) desire a “service dog” on Zoo grounds.

No animals, including service dogs, will be allowed inside any interactive animal exhibit at the Zoo including, but not limited, to the Dan Moran Aviary, Oklahoma Trails Aviary and the Lorikeet exhibit. This is intended for the health and well-being of the Zoo’s animal collection, our guests and the service dog.

If visiting the OKC Zoo with a service dog, visitors are required to check in at the Guest Services before proceeding to the park. 

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