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This is a list of public gardens and horticultural attractions throughout Oklahoma. If you know of updates to our information or other gardens that we should add please contact us at and we will get them added. Get out there and enjoy the beauty!


Bivin Garden

Shidler, OK
What began as a landscaped flower garden in Shidler has now become a six-acre tract of spacious lawns, numerous flower beds and hundreds of trees and shrubs. The focal points at the Bivin Garden are rock gardens with decorative rocks from Africa and South America, as well as ornamental ponds with fountains and hundreds of plants. You may even come across a peacock or two roaming through the gardens. Something of interest can be seen at all times from spring to fall, but the optimum time to visit the garden is between mid-May and mid-July.

The garden is open to the public on weekends from May through September. Alternatively, it will be opened by appointment anytime. Admission:$2.00 per Adult

For appointment or information call: (918) 793-4011

500 W 1st St
Shidler, OK
(one quarter of a mile west of Shidler on Highway 11)

The Bivin Garden



Cann Memorial Garden

Ponca City, OK
The Cann Memorial Botanical Gardens are ten acres of botanical gardens located in Ponca City, OK. Workshops and seminars are held in the magnificent two-story prairie home. Renovations were completed in 1977, including 2,500 feet of brick walkways. Visitors may stroll under a wisteria arbor, past a gazebo, around a lily pond, and through beds of perennials, herbs and annuals. More than 70 species of trees have been planted since 1980.

The garden is open to visitors 7 days a week, and there is no charge for visiting. A garden employee is present on weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to answer questions concerning the plants, flowers, and trees in the garden.

14th and Grand in Ponca City
(580) 767-0430

Cann Memorial Gardens in Ponca City, Oklahoma



Campus Grounds and Gardens at Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, OK
Facilities Management Landscape Services Department is responsible for the overall design, installation and maintenance of 700 plus acres. Our sole purpose is to provide an attractive, enjoyable, educational, and safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Former Host Steve Dobbs





Garrard Ardeneum

McAlester, OK
Visitors will enjoy the tranquility of beautifully landscaped gardens and a step into the past with antique furnishings, maps, photographs, and historical items. This beautiful home and grounds are the setting for receptions, weddings, and photography shoots. By appointment only.

501 N. Fifth
McAlester, OK 74502
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Phone: (918) 423-8555

The Garrard Ardeneum



Gilcrease Museum and Gardens

Tulsa, OK
The Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, commonly known as Gilcrease Museum, located in Tulsa, Okla., is one of the country’s best facilities for the preservation and study of American art and history. The museum houses the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of art and artifacts of the American West, including an unparalleled collection of Native American art and material.

Beyond the extensive Gilcrease collection and exhibits are its beautiful gardens. Using the Gilcrease collections as a guide, themed gardens have been developed on 23 of the museum’s 460 acres. The Pre-Columbian, Pioneer, Colonial, Victorian and Rock gardens enhance the museum’s collections by reflecting gardening styles and techniques from the American West. Gilcrease is the only known art museum to have these educational and inspirational gardens on one site.

Gilcrease Museum’s outside gardens and park areas are open 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Garden tours for groups or organizations are available by appointment during the museum’s regular business hours. All tours, except Self-Guided experiences, require three weeks advanced scheduling. To make tour reservations, please complete and submit a Tour Reservation Form. For additional information, please email

Public tours of the Gilcrease Gardens are given Saturdays in spring and fall (May, June, September and October). The tour typically lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour and visitors are free to come and go. Tours are led by Garden Guides who receive educational training as they volunteer at Gilcrease. The Garden Guide will discuss the historical aspects of each garden and how it relates to the museum’s collection. Reservations are not required for these tours. Guest should meet their Garden Guide at the main entrance of the museum at 11:00 a.m.

The museum and gardens are accessible to individuals with physical challenges. Stuart Park is partially accessible to individuals with physical challenges.


  • FREE Members
  • $8 Adults
  • $6 Seniors, Military w/ID
  • $5 College Students w/ID
  • FREE TU Students w/ID
  • FREE Children under 18

Open 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, and Closed Mondays

1400 N Gilcrease Museum Rd
Tulsa, OK 74127

The Gilcrease Museum



Hambrick Botanical Garden

Oklahoma City, OK
The Hambrick Botanical Gardens are botanical gardens located on the grounds of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

There are four gardens on the grounds: the Norma Sutherland Garden with waterfall, ponds, and natural vegetation; the Atherton Garden; the Western States Plaza with flower beds and water feature; and the Hambrick Garden with streams, trees, flower beds, and sculptures including Paint Mare and Filly.

Museum admission is required.

Museum Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sunday: Noon – 5:00 p.m., and Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day


  • Adults $12.50
  • Seniors (62+) $9.75
  • Student with valid ID $9.75
  • Children (6-12) $5.75
  • Children (5 and under) Free

1700 Northeast 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(405) 478-2250



Honor Heights Park

Muskogee, OK
Originally purchased by the City of Muskogee in 1909, Honor Heights Park has proved to be the “the crown jewel" in Muskogee’s park system. The idyllic setting of the features of this 132-acre park makes it attractive to visitors year round. There are many picnic areas, two picnic shelters, a pavilion, a gift shop, gazebos, and public restrooms. You will also find activities such as fishing in 5 lakes & ponds from the shore of our fully accessible fishing docks, playground and splash pad, open play areas, and three tennis courts. Honor Heights Parks seasonal activities include Garden of Lights (Thanksgiving to New Year's Day) featuring Winter Skate and a Gift Shop, Azalea Festival (month of April). The Papilion Butterfly House is open daily Mother's Day Weekend through Columbus Day.

Honor Heights is home to three trails: Henry Bresser Nature Trail, the Audubon Trail, which is a favorite of local birders, and the half-mile Stem Beach Trail which is a habit of local runners and walkers. Also home to the Conard Rose Garden, the C. Clay Harrell Arboretum, Art Johnson Memorial Dogwood Collection, Elbert L. Little, Jr. Native Tree Collection, Azalea gardens, floral gardens, white garden, and at the top of Agency Hill, you will find the Rainbow Division Memorial Amphitheater. Honor Heights Park is also home to our city’s largest festivals: The Azalea Festival and The Garden of Lights. Open daily, 8am-dark. Honor Heights Brochure

1400 Honor Heights Dr
Muskogee, OK
Located between 40th & 48th St. Turn on to Honor Heights Drive off of Okmulgee Street and drive past the VA Hospital to enter the park.
Phone: 918-684-6302

Honor Heights Park



Inspiration Garden

Eufaula, OK
Traverse the community gardens at Lake Eufaula to take in a vibrant landscape full of floral arrangements. At Eufaula Inspiration Garden, tour through the donated flower beds, shrubs and trees for a burst of peace and relaxation. Explore the varieties of colorful flowers and thriving trees during your walk through the garden. You can even take a seat on one of the ornamental benches within the garden to enjoy the serenity of the gorgeous greens mixed with splashes of bold colors.

701 S Main St
Eufaula, OK



Jo Allen Lowe Park

Bartlesville, OK
Jo Allyn Lowe Park was created in 1980 from land donated by Harold and Carolyn Price in 1971 and Joe and Etsuko Price in 1979. In all it covers 31.74 acres of water and rolling land. Harold Price and Phillips Petroleum Company provided most of the funds for the Park's development and when it was completed it was dedicated to Jo Allyn Lowe, the beloved founder of the Bartlesville Boys Club.

The Park contains an arboretum, restrooms, a drinking fountain and several picnic tables, along with 2 one table picnic shelters. A handicap accessible fishing pier sits at the south end of the lake. Many different species of ducks and geese populate the park and lake. There are also several benches for people who wish to pause for a while to enjoy the out of doors in this lovely setting with such a wide variety of attractions.

Located at Price and Locust Roads in Bartlesville, OK

Jo Allyn Lowe Park



Kerr Arboretum and Botanical Area

Talihina, OK
The Robert S. Kerr Memorial Arboretum, Nature Center and Botanical Area (8,026 acres) is an arboretum and nature preserve in the Ouachita National Forest, near Talihina, Oklahoma, containing plant communities significant in their occurrence, variety, and location. The arboretum features dwarf white oaks, yellow buckeye, Ouachita indigo, and grass seeps. It is open for hiking, equestrianism, sightseeing, photography, nature study, and bird watching. Facilities include three short interpretive trails, flush toilets, drinking water fountain, the Pine Valley Trailhead, State Line Monument, and Castle Rock vista. No developed recreation facilities are found here, and there are few, if any, signs. Mountain bikes, hang gliders, and motorized vehicles are not permitted.

It is bordered by U.S. 270-59 and Forest Road 6007 on the north and the Talimena Scenic Byway (east of U.S. 259) to the west and south.

McAlester Arboretum



Kirkpatrick Garden

OSU-OKC in Oklahoma City, OK
The facility is situated on 40 acres, carefully planned and planted with demonstration gardens for flowers, fruits and vegetables, and tree and shrub collections, which serve as outdoor classrooms. Most of the plant materials in the gardens are marked to allow visitors to identify plants as they stroll through them. Currently, specific garden areas of the Kirkpatrick Horticulture Center include the Path of Life Rose Garden, the Sensational Garden, the Community Garden, the Butterfly Garden, and the Tree and Shrub Arboretum.

The center is the only two-year school in the nation with an All-America SelectionsTrial and Display Garden for bedding plants and vegetables. In addition, the facility is a garden site for the prestigious American Garden Award. The greenhouse range is filled with the most advanced heating and cooling equipment available and provides students with access to the latest in production technology. A Turfgrass Management Training Center, which includes a five-hole teaching and demonstration golf course and soccer field, provides the latest techniques in turf management to students.

The Horticulture Center also hosts the OSU-OKC Farmers Market. This year-round market features 100% Oklahoma grown produce, meats, dairy, plants and flowers.

400 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
(405) 945-3350

OSU-OKC Water Conservation Demonstration Garden



Lendonwood Gardens

Grove, OK
A Botanical Treasure in Northeast Oklahoma. Come stroll through Lendonwood Gardens, an eight-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Shady pathways meander through more than 1,200 different types of plants, including an amazing collection of rhododendrons, many varieties of daylilies, and several varieties of dogwoods.

Lendonwood features seven distinct gardens, each with a theme and atmosphere all its own.

  • Display Garden near the entrance.
  • Japanese Pavilion Garden with Koi Pond.
  • Angel of Hope Garden, surrounding a statue of an angel, in memory of lost loved ones, especially children.
  • English Terrace Garden highlighting sunny beds and rhododendrons.
  • American Backyard Garden, where plants thrive without much water.
  • Oriental Garden featuring shade plants.
  • Azalea Garden, which in April is abloom with colors ranging from pink to lavender to red to white

Admission: Adults $5, Students $3, Members & 12 or under are Free
Open year-round during daylight hours.

1308 West 13th St., Grove, OK
Telephone: (918) 786-2938


Maps and information

Lendenwood Gardens



McAlester Arboretum

McAlester, OK
The McAlester Arboretum features 25 acres of some of the most unique trees and plants in the country,  including one of the largest collections of named cultivars of Oaks and Redbuds west of the Mississippi River.

The Arboretum was started in 1981 by a group of Boy Scouts as a “bucket brigade” in which the pine trees they planted were watered by buckets. Later, a shade-tree project for the city’s walking track grew to what today encompasses more than 750 trees and other plants.

The trees at the Arboretum include Oaks, Redbuds, Elms, Maples, Ginkgos, Evergreens, Cypresses, Sweetgums, Aspens, Birches and Willows. McAlester Land Maintenance Supervisor Sherman Miller believes the Arboretum’s 62 named cultivars of Oaks and 32 of Redbuds represent the largest collection of the trees in the region. The Arboretum in free and open to the public but you can also schedule a tour of the McAlester Arboretum by calling the city’s Parks and Recreation Department at 918-421-4922.

Mike Deak Field
S 13th St & Vieux Dr
McAlester, OK



North Central Oklahoma Cactus Botanical Garden

Covington, OK
The North Central Oklahoma Cactus Botanical Garden has 1500-plus varieties of exotic cacti and succulents in 2 locations

Open Tuesday thru Friday 9-4; Tours by appointment.
308 West Main in Covington, OK



North Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum

Tonkawa, OK
North Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum is a botanical garden and arboretum on the campus of Northern Oklahoma College. The gardens were established in 1901 with the college's foundation, and were a top priority of the college's third president, Lynn Glover (1911-1916). Today's gardens include an arboretum and butterfly, display, herb, perennial, rose, and sensory gardens. In February 1993 a Quonset greenhouse (2016 square feet) was added, with a 7,500 plant capacity for growing annual bedding plants. Since that time, 4,000 to 6,000 annual bedding plants have been planted each spring. In 1995 a mass planting of 150 redbuds marked the first annual Redbud Festival.

The gardens are open to the public daily without charge.

1220 East Grand, Tonkawa, OK

Northern Oklahoma College Garden Tour in Tonkawa, Oklahoma



Philbrook Museum and Gardens

Tulsa, OK
In 1938 Waite Phillips surprised Tulsans with the announcement of his gift of the 72-room mansion and surrounding 23 acres of grounds as an art center for the city of Tulsa. The vision first made possible by Waite and Genevieve Phillips is now one of America's finest art museums. Guests are invited to take a walking tour of the gardens. The essence of the garden design continues to be Italianate, complementing Villa Philbrook with outdoor spaces for viewing nature. The south garden boasts a sensory garden complete with meditative niches, created from plant materials and wrought iron featuring similar arch designs found in Villa Philbrook.

Visitors can observe many newly planted native Oklahoma plants, a variety of pathways, bridges, a sculpture walk, and a refurbished creek. Ease of access is achieved with all trails connecting and ADA accessibility available throughout the gardens.

The formal gardens to the east that descend to the tempietto were part of the original design and construction, while the gardens extending to the summerhouse at the south of the property were conceived later and completed in 2004.


  • $9.00 General Admission (includes reciprocal admission to Philbrook Downtown)
  • $7.00 Seniors (age 62+, includes reciprocal admission to Philbrook Downtown))
  • $7.00 Groups of 10 or more

Open: Tuesdays - Sundays, 10am-5pm, Thursdays, 10am-8pm, and Closed Mondays

2727 South Rockford Road
Tulsa, OK

Public Garden's Day -- Philbrook Museum of Art



The Botanic Garden at OSU

Stillwater, OK
Engage the senses, unleash your imagination and wander a trail of discovery at The Botanic Garden, home of Oklahoma Gardening Television. Enjoy the walking trails and the beautiful display gardens featured on Oklahoma Gardening and explore ways to build a more sustainable living environment. There are “Open Houses” the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, May - November, as well as Saturday Home OSU Football Games from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. During “Open Houses” TBG Garden Ambassadors will be present to answer questions and welcome you to the gardens.

There are two entrances to The Botanic Garden:
South Entrance: Open daily dawn to dusk, 3300 W. 6th
North Entrance: Open weekdays 8 am - 5 pm and during Open Houses 
For info: 405-744-5404



The Linnaeus Teaching Garden

Tulsa, OK
The Linnaeus Teaching Garden is a demonstration/teaching garden in Woodward Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma, staffed by well-trained volunteers who share their knowledge and love of gardening with the public. All Garden areas are accessible via ramps and paved pathways. No pets, except service animals, please.

Located in the Woodward Park complex due east of the Rose Garden and the Tulsa Garden Center at:
2435 S. Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Linnaeus Teaching Garden Heirloom Vegetables



The Myriad Botanical Gardens

Oklahoma City, OK
Myriad Botanical Gardens is one of Oklahoma City’s most beautiful and vibrant garden and park spaces offering visitors a 15-acre natural escape in the heart of downtown. Free and open to the public, the outdoor spaces include: ornamental gardens, a children’s garden and playground, Great Lawn, lake, an off-leash dog park, water features including splash fountains for children and walking and jogging paths. The centerpiece of the 15-acre Myriad Botanical Gardens is the Crystal Bridge Conservatory, home to thousands of beautifully displayed tropical and desert plantings. Within the 13,000 square feet, you will discover 750 varieties of plants, a cascading waterfall and a sky bridge to experience stunning views into the tropical forest.

301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
For info: 405.445.7080

Underneath the Crystal Bridge



The Oklahoma City Zoological Park and Botanical Garden

Oklahoma City, OK
The Oklahoma City Zoo is a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Alliance of Museums as both a living museum and a botanical garden with world-class habitats; a diverse animal collection of 1,400 species; a new, state-of-the-art animal hospital; and a membership base of more than 28,000. The Zoo participates in numerous cooperative Species Survival Plan projects and is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered wildlife.

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.

  • Open Daily 9am to 5pm
  • Adult Ticket Price: $8, Admits one adult from (ages 12-64)
  • Senior Ticket Price: $5, Admits one senior (ages 65 and older)
  • Child Ticket Price: $5, Admits one child from (ages 3-11)

2101 NE 50TH ST.
Oklahoma City, OK

Public Garden's Day -- OKC Zoo and Botanical Garden



The Tulsa Botanic Garden

Tulsa, OK
The Botanic Garden is open Tues - Sun. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is free for members; $8 for ages 13+; $4 for kids (3-12 yrs.), no charge for ages 2 and under. Pets are not permitted, except for specific days and times.

3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive, Tulsa, OK 74127
Directions to Tulsa Botanic Garden: Located 8 miles nw of downtown Tulsa. Take LL Tisdale Prkwy north and follow directional road signs.

The Tulsa Botanic Garden



Tulsa Garden Center

Tulsa, OK
Tulsa Garden Center, located in historic Woodward Park, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a variety of horticultural and environmental education opportunities for the community and to serve as horticultural headquarters for the Tulsa area. A primary goal is to promote learning about plants through educational and recreational programs, while preserving the heritage of its historic building. Tulsa Garden Center fulfills its role as part of a larger botanical community by advocating responsible stewardship of plants and their habitats and frequently sponsors lectures, classes, shows and special events. Nearly 30 affiliated organizations call Tulsa Garden Center home for horticultural and environmental activities.

2435 S. Peoria Ave.
Tulsa, OK. 74114
Email us:
Call us at: (918) 576-5155


Tulsa Zoo

Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa Zoo is a 85-acre (34 ha) non-profit zoo located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States. The zoo is located in Mohawk Park, one of the largest municipal parks in the United States.

Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Last ticket sold at 4:30 p.m., gates close at 5 p.m.


  • $10 for adults
  • $6 for ages 3-11
  • $8 for seniors 65+
  • Ages 2 and under are free
  • Tulsa Zoo Friends Members are free

6421 E. 36th St. North, Tulsa OK

Tulsa Zoo



Washington-Irving Park and Arboretum

Bixby, OK
This 32.5 acre wonderfully wooded park is located just north of the Arkansas River Bridge on Memorial, in Bixby (just south of 134th and Memorial. Located in the park, visitors will find a walking trail, picnic tables, the Laci Dawn Hill Butterfly Garden, memorials to the children of the Murrah Building Bombing, and to the World Trade Center Terrorist Act. Other developments include an amphitheater and a restroom facility with covered patio. The BBQ ‘n Music Festival is held each year here, providing a shaded, pleasant atmosphere for festival attendees.

Open daily 7:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.

13700 S. Memorial Dr., Bixby




Will Rogers Gardens and Garden Center

Oklahoma City, OK
More than a city park, the Will Rogers Gardens provides hands-on gardening and horticulture classes throughout the year for visitors all ages. Programs focus on simple "how-to" instruction for gardening and home landscape maintenance. Special events, holiday and family-friendly workshops and classes add to the fun. Each class is taught by an experienced horticulturalist. In addition, Gardens staff works with horticulture educators from the Oklahoma State University County-Extension Center to provide Master Gardeners the opportunity to hone their skills in a real-life garden setting. Open: April 1 to Sept. 30, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily and Oct. 1 to March 31, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

3400 NW 36th St. (between I-44 and Portland Avenue)
(405) 297-1392

A Tour of the Will Rogers Color Garden


Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum

Contained within the Will Rogers Gardens
The rolling ten acres of the Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum features hundreds of varieties of trees, including Oklahoma native species as well as specimens rarely found in the state. The oldest trees in the arboretum were planted by horticulturalist Henry Walter in the 1930s. In September, 2009, the arboretum was renamed the Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum to honor the local philanthropist and gardening enthusiast who dedicated her many years to beautification projects on public lands in Oklahoma City. Thanks to a generous gift from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, the arboretum now features an ADA accessible trail, plus new entry portals on the north and south side of the garden.

Oklahoma City Parks Tree Survey


Ed Lycan Conservatory

Contained within the Will Rogers Gardens
The jewel of the Gardens is the Ed Lycan Conservatory, a glass-enclosed Lord & Burnham greenhouse inspired by 19th-century Victorian architecture. The greenhouse was first installed inside Douglass Park near NE 10th and Eastern Avenue in 1924, on what were the grounds of the original State Fair park. It was moved to the Will Rogers Gardens in 1936, and later named after Ed Lycan, the Parks Department's first employee.

For many years, the Conservatory served as a popular venue for flower shows and gardening exhibitions. A 2013 renovation project revitalized the historic structure, and the Conservatory now houses one of the state's largest permanent collections of cactii and succulents. It is also available as an event hall for weddings and other celebrations.

Historic Conservatory Renovation



William Fremont Harn Gardens

Step back in time at the Historic Harn Homestead Museum. Learn about the territorial life of Oklahoma. This beautiful outdoor museum is original Land Run property and home to some of the most unique treasures of Oklahoma’s past. Schedule your visit today and reminisce about days gone by and the traditions of Oklahoma’s early settlers. The Harn Homestead Museum is the perfect venue for your next event - small, large or in-between. Our 10 acres of beautifully landscaped museum grounds provides a picturesque backdrop for events of all styles.


  • All persons (ages 4-64): $5
  • Seniors (65 and over): $4
  • Military (with ID): $4


  • Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
  • Summer Hours (the first business day after July 4th and run through Labor Day)
  • Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

1721 N. Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Oklahoma City, OK



Woolaroc Museum

Bartlesville, OK
With its wildlife preserve, rustic lodge, outstanding museum and rugged natural environment, perhaps the vision of Woolaroc can best be summed up in Frank Phillips' own words: 'This isn't all a dream about something, but a place where I can get back to nature. The great difficulty with the American people today is that they are getting too far away from the fundamental things in life. Too much time and money are spent on things which leave no record and which add nothing basically to the present nor to the future. To build permanently and wisely is to benefit all mankind. The conservation of wildlife now will mean much to future generations.'

Woolaroc embodies the natural environment, cultural heritage, history and early values that made America great. It is a diverse and unique experience to be enjoyed by the entire family.

REGULAR SCHEDULE: Closed Monday and Tuesday, open Wednesday thru Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm

SUMMER SCHEDULE (MEMORIAL DAY THRU LABOR DAY): Closed Monday (Open Memorial Day and Labor Day), open Tuesday thru Sunday, open 10 am to 5 pm


  • Adults – $12
  • Over 65 – $10
  • Children 11 and younger are FREE

Woolaroc is located on Oklahoma State Highway 123 twelve (12) miles southwest of Bartlesville, Oklahoma.



Woodward Park

Tulsa, OK
Woodward Park is a 45-acre (18 ha) public park, botanical garden, and arboretum. The park was designed to provide its visitors experience with a variety of horticultural subjects. It contains a number of specialty gardens, including those featuring spring flowers, tropical plants and cacti, the Tulsa Rose Garden, the Tulsa Garden Center, and the Tulsa Arboretum. The park is particularly known for its azaleas, as well as tulips, irises, dogwoods, and redbuds.

Woodward Park is open to the public 7 days per week – 5:00am – 11:00pm.

2324 S Rockford Ave,
Tulsa, OK