Address: 3777 Nolensville Pk. Nashville, TN 37211 Contact Email: pr@nashvillezoo.org Phone: (615) 833-1534
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From I-24: Exit Harding Place (#56) on the east side of Nashville and head west about 1.5 miles to Nolensville Pike. Turn right on Nolensville and the Zoo is about one mile on your left. From I-65: Exit Harding Place (#78A) on the south side of Nashville and head east to Nolensville Pike about 2 miles. Turn left on Nolensville and the Zoo is about one mile on your left. From I-440: Exit Nolensville Pike (#6) on the south side of Nashville and head south about 2.6 miles. The Zoo is on your right.


Add some exotic to the everyday with Nashville Zoo. Wander through a lush canopy of bamboo, come face to face with a clouded leopard, feed some Australian parrots, and delve into the far reaches of the Amazon. Nashville Zoo is your ticket to African elephants, giraffes, poison arrow frogs, zebras, red pandas, Bengal tigers, gibbons, meerkats and much more!

In between your animal adventures, be sure to take a spin on our Wild Animal Carousel, monkey around our 66,000-square-foot Jungle Gym, or even step back in time at our Grassmere Historic Home and Farm.

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City: Nashville, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

Admission Rates:
Adults $15, Children (2-12) $10, Seniors (65+) $13, Under 2 Free

Hours Open:
March 15 - Oct. 15: 9am - 6 pm / Oct. 16 - March 14: 9am - 4 pm

Dates Closed:
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day

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