5701 E 36th St N, Tulsa, OK, USA
Tulsa Zoo Reviews
America's favorite zoo? Mar 11, 2010
In 2005, the Tulsa zoo was voted America's favorite zoo.
It is pretty good but I imagine they stuffed the ballot box.
I found the zoo to be fun and worth the money.
It was a decent day weather wise and so there were a lot of people but it did not feel over crowded. It was easy to navigate and see all the animals in the 5 hours we were there.
Admission is $8 for adults and $4 for children.
We did not pay to park, however, during the busy months, you have to pay $2 for parking.
There is a train that circles the zoo, which costs $2 per person.
We did not use any of the refreshment facilities but there were plenty of them.
All the animals looked healthy and were easy to view.
There were lots of friendly and knowledgable staff to answer any questions.
Overall we had an enjoyable day at the Tulsa Zoo and I would recommend it!
I liked the rainforest and desert indoor ares the best.
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Tulsa Zoo Dec 15, 2008
I lived in Tulsa for quite a while. I've been to the zoo quite a few times. It's not that big, however I always enjoy myself there. I actually like that it isn't too big. You don't have to walk far to see everything. It's all lined up for you. And if you don't want to walk, there is a train that will cart you around. They have all the animals you would find at any other zoo. Another good thing about this particular zoo is that it isn't in an urban-like area. It's away from the city. There is also a park there, Mohawk Park, which is a great place to picnic or play disc golf. It's a great place to go with the family or even a large group.
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