Tulsa Zoo Rides and Attractions Plus BOGO Coupon
We all know what a great zoo we have here in Tulsa but did you know that kids can also ride camels, climb rock walls, dig for gems and more at the Tulsa Zoo?
Train - open daily from 9-5 weather permitting.
The train takes families on a trip around the perimeter of the zoo. There are two train stations. It takes one $1.50 ticket to go from one station to the other. Children two and under are free on the train. Sometimes we are so tired by the time we make it to the back of the zoo and are very thankful to ride the train back to the front gate.
Carousel – open daily from 9-5 weather permitting
Carousel tickets are $1.50 and everyone seated on the ride needs a ticket. Parents standing next to a seated child do not.
Camel Tours - open daily from 10-5 daily weather permitting
You can ride a dromedary camel! Camel tours are $5 per person and souvenir photos can also be purchased for $5.
Monolith - open 10-5 daily
The Monolith is a 25-foot rock wall. You get three chances to reach the top for $4.
Frogger - open 10-5 daily
The Frogger is an inflatable jumping pad with a bungee harness that allows you to jump like a kangaroo and flip like a sea lion. Tickets are $4.
Hardesty Gem Dig – open from 10-2 daily
The Gem Dig is the zoo's newest addition. Kids can dig for quartz, pyrite, amethyst and more. Each digger gets to keep whatever they can fit in the 2 oz bag provided. Tickets are $4.
PLUS, every day during June, the first 50 kids in the gate get a FREE toy telescope. Just stop by the information office.
Be sure to print off this coupon that's good through June 30th to get buy-one, get-one free admission:
This post is sponsored by the Tulsa Zoo.