Archive: Area of Interest: For Kids

WINTER ATTRACTION HOURS FOR OKC ZOO FAVORITES

Go wild for the Oklahoma City Zoo’s one-of-a-kind rides and attractions. With the seasonal change, the Zoo has implemented revised hours for many of its experiences. Tickets can be in advance online at http://www.okczoo.org/tickets or in the park. All rides and attractions are... Read More

BOOK THE OKC ZOO SAFARI LIGHTS LOUNGE FOR YOUR HOLIDAY EVENT

As part of this year’s OKC ZOO SAFARI LIGHTS festivities, the OKC Zoo invites you to bring the whole family or your small business together for our brand-new experience in the Safari Lights Lounge. This is the perfect social setting to celebrate the season and experience the magic of... Read More

WINTER BREAK CAMP REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

We know you’re counting down the days until winter break and we know just the place to send your young scientists! This December, we’re exploring the fairy tales, what makes things go and cracking into the science of eggs. Winter break camps will be held... Read More

GARDENS FALL FESTIVAL

Get ready for a day of autumn adventures! Explore the Gardens and take part in nature-themed activities, crafts and opportunities to discover how life adapts through the fall and winter. Joining us will be a number of community partners, each bringing their own activity and... Read More

OKC ZOO’S CHOMP AND STOMP ANIMAL ENRICHMENT EVENT

Join us for all things pumpkin chomping and stomping at the Oklahoma City Zoo’s annual fall enrichment event, Chomp and Stomp. During this uniquely festive, family-friendly activity guests watch as the OKC Zoo’s animal family including young Sumatran tiger cubs, Luna and Bob, go wild for... Read More

Professional Development: Art and Culture of the Northwest Coast

Join us for a professional development opportunity for teachers (best suited for grades 6 –12) at the National Cowboy Museum in collaboration with the College of Education and Professional Studies, University of Central Oklahoma. This educator workshop focuses on the art and culture of the... Read More