Located in Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is a historic institution that has been enchanting visitors for over a century. Established in 1902, it is home to a diverse collection of animals from all over the globe. Over the years, the zoo has evolved into not only a place of entertainment but also an educational hub with a strong emphasis on conservation and research.

Guests to the Oklahoma City Zoo are treated to a multifaceted experience that fuses wildlife, botanical displays, and educational programs. The zoo's well-thought-out design facilitates easy navigation, allowing visitors to travel from one continent to another and observe animals in habitats designed to mimic their natural environments. The zoo offers many opportunities for hands-on learning and close-up animal encounters, from interactive exhibits to engaging animal presentations.

Conservation lies at the heart of the Oklahoma City Zoo's mission. Beyond housing and caring for animals, the zoo is actively involved in global conservation efforts. It participates in numerous Species Survival Plans (SSPs) and is constantly involved in research and education to preserve biodiversity. The zoo also champions local conservation initiatives and educates the public about the importance of wildlife and habitat protection.

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    119 acres
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  • Key Exhibits:
    Cat Forest || Great EscApe || Aquaticus || Oklahoma Trails || Butterfly Garden || Island Life || Elephant Habitat || Children's Zoo || Sanctuary Asia || Adventure District
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    (405) 424-3344
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