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Physical Address (Ideal for GPS Directions):

2000 Remington Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Mailing Address:
2101 NE 50th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Phone Number: 
(405) 424-3344

The Zoo is located in the heart of Oklahoma City’s Adventure District at the I-35 and I-44 junction.  Here are some directions to help you locate us:

Coming from I-44:
From I-44, take the Martin Luther King Blvd. exit.  Head south on Martin Luther King Blvd.  Continue going straight until you reach Remington Place.  Make a left onto Remington Place.  The Zoo’s main entrance will be on the right side of the road.

Coming from I-35:
From I-35, take the Northeast 50th Street.  Head west on Northeast 50th Street.  NE 50th becomes Remington Place.  The Zoo’s entrance will be on the left side of the road, directly past the lake.

Coming from I-235:

From I-235, exit onto I-44 East.  From I-44 East, take the Martin Luther King Blvd. exit.  Head south on Martin Luther King Blvd.  Continue going straight until you reach Remington Place.  Make a left onto Remington Place.  The Zoo’s main entrance will be on the right side of the road.

Coming from I-40:
From I-40, exit onto I-35 North.  From I-35, take the Northeast 50th Street.  Head west on Northeast 50th Street.  NE 50th becomes Remington Place.  The Zoo’s entrance will be on the left side of the road, directly past the lake.

Coming from I-240:
From I-240, take the I-35 North exit.  From I-35, take the Northeast 50th Street.  Head west on Northeast 50th Street.  NE 50th becomes Remington Place.  The Zoo’s entrance will be on the left side of the road, directly past the lake.



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The Zoo is a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and the American Association of Museums (AAM) as both a living museum and a botanical garden. AZA accredited facilities are dedicated to providing excellent care for their plants and animals, a great experience for guests and a better future for all living things.

A New Breath of Fresh Air: As of Nov. 1, 2007, state law prohibits smoking inside zoological parks. Please help us abide by this law by refraining from smoking within the Zoo. Thank you for maintaining a smoke-free environment for all living things!