Kids day out in Oxley Nature Center

Tagged as outdoor, zoo

6700 Mohawk Boulevard
Tulsa OK 74115

About Oxley Nature Center

The Oxley-Yetter Interpretive Building opened in 1981, and is named after the parents of John T. and Mary K. Oxley.

The Interpretive Building houses hands-on exhibits, a classroom, a small library and wildlife viewing area, restrooms and drinking fountain, a small gift shop, staff offices and other work areas. First-time visitors may want to stop by the Interpretive Building first to pick up a map of the trails and chat with the staff about current trail conditions. Exhibits include displays and explanations of what might be encountered at the Nature Center, and offer visitors a chance to find out more about the rich diversity of Tulsa's natural and cultural history. You might want to allow yourself 15 to 30 minutes to study an exhibit or two, either before or after your hike.

There are no vending machines or food sales at the Nature Center, so be sure to bring with you any supplies you might need during your visit.

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