Tickets

Experience the OKC Zoo

DINO SAFARI Adventure Ticket

Admission into the Zoo

Admission to DINO SAFARI

Lorikeet Feedings

Carousel Ride

Tram Ride

Adult Ticket Price: $31
Admits one adult (ages 12-64)

Child Ticket Price: $28
Admits one child (ages 3-11)

Senior Ticket Price: $28
Admits one senior (ages 65 and older)

Purchase Dino Safari Ticket

DINO SAFARI Adventure Season Pass Options

Unlimited Admission to DINO SAFARI while at the Zoo

Lorikeet Feedings

Carousel Rides

A Souvenir Zoo Key

Triceratops Pass: $35
Free admission for 1 individual per visit.

Velociraptor Pass: $70
Free admission for 1 adult, 1 guest per visit.

T-Rex Pass: $200
Free admission for up to 6 individuals per visit.

Must be a current member to purchase season passes.

Purchase DINO SEASON PASS

 

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS

Advanced ticket required.

Click the link below to purchase your tickets.

Adult Ticket Price: $12
Admits one adult (ages 12-64)

Child Ticket Price: $9 
Admits one child (ages 3-11)

Senior Ticket Price: $9
Admits one senior (ages 65 and older)

Children two and under are free and do not require tickets for admission.

Purchase Tickets

MEMBER TICKETS


Advanced ticket required.

Click the link below to reserve your admission into the zoo.

Upon arrival, Members must show photo ID and membership card.

Members may reserve tickets up to the number included in their membership level.

Children two and under are free and do not require tickets for admission.

 

Make Reservation


 

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.

Parking is free.

Military Discount

Payment

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

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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