Where is the Nashville Zoo in Nashville located?

Where is the Nashville Zoo in Nashville located?

3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211 | 615-833-1534 | Email Us

Do you need a timed pass to go to the Nashville Zoo?

Visiting the Zoo is now easier! As of July 2, advance timed-entry reservations are no longer required. Plan Your Visit! Get closer with a Backstage Pass tour!

How tall do you have to be to ride the rides at Nashville Zoo?

Restrictions: Riders must be at least 42″ tall. Riders 42-47″ must be accompanied by an adult. Combined weight must not exceed 450 lbs per 2 riders. Please note, the ride will not operate during rainy or windy conditions.

How big is the jungle gym at the Nashville Zoo?

Nashville Zoo’s Jungle Gym is somewhat of a Middle Tennessee legend with over 66,000 square feet for your little one to have an absolute blast running, swinging, and climbing just like the other wild animals in the Zoo! Ever wanted to take a selfie with (or just pet) a camel or goat?

When is the zoo open in Knoxville TN?

Zoo Knoxville Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Last admissions one hour before the zoo closes each day. Parking Parking is available in the zoo’s upper and lower lots. Parking is $5.

What kind of animals are at the Nashville Zoo?

Welcome to the Nashville Zoo, home to hundreds of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects and birds such as tigers, giraffes, rhinos, clouded leopards, cougars, kangaroos, zebra, lemurs, meerkat, white-cheeked gibbons, giant anteater, porcupine, cassowary, flamingos, piranha, tarantula, anaconda, python and many more.

Where are the lorikeets at the Nashville Zoo?

Lorikeet Landing is a 2,400 square foot aviary which allows Nashville Zoo guests to walk into the habitat where lorikeets fly freely inside. Guests have an opportunity to feed these brightly colored parrots for a small fee. The habitat is located near the entrance of the Zoo’s African Savanna.