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Address: 10301 S Sunnylane Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73160-9220, Phone: 405-814-0006 The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is located in Oklahoma City's Adventure Park on 119 acres designed to recreate natural habitats of animals that live in it. There is a six-acre tropical jungle with lush tropical plants that is home to gorillas, orangutans, and chimpanzees, a 9.5-acre elephant habitat, the Children Zoo with flamingos, goats, monkeys, and lorikeets, Cat Forest, with 4000 plants that recreate habitat for African lions, tigers, and snow leopards, Oklahoma Trails with animals that live in Oklahoma such as black bears, bison, alligators, beavers, snakes, birds, and much more.
Visitors to the zoo can also enjoy Safari Voyage boats, the Safari Tram, the Endangered Species Carousel, the Centennial Choo Choo, the Sea Lion Show, swan paddleboats, and the Jungle Gym Playground.
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory is a living museum of plants such as stately palm trees, lush tropical plants, flowers, cool waterfalls, and even exotic animals.
The Myriad Botanical Gardens offer a number of education programs for people of all ages such as Roaming the Rainforest and Junior Gardener.
Check the Boathouse District calendar to find out about one of their many festivals such as the Oklahoma Regatta Festival and the Stars & Stripes River Festival.
The museum's galleries display about 300 hundred skeletons and skulls from all all over the world.
Exhibits explain locomotion, adaptation, classification, and diversity of the vertebrates such as mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, and some species of fish.
Address: 1700 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111-7906, Phone: 405-478-2250 The Museum of Osteology, located in Oklahoma City, is a 7000 square foot museum that focuses on providing information about bones, and it is the first of its kind in the States.
It interprets the function and form of the animal (including the human) skeletal system.