Well maintained, but very poor signage. Not crowded at all. We came into contact with less than 20 people. Feeding nectar to the Lorikeets was a highlight, as was watching the monkeys. Very soothing & peaceful music playing throughout.
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Well maintained zoo with a nice assortment of animals. Enclosures for the animals were spacious. You are able to walk through the kangaroo exhibit. There were a lot of mosquitoes!
The Nashville Zoo is a wonderful place to take the kids for a day out, but the attractions rarely change. you visit it once and you don't really need to go back for a year or two, hence the title of the review. It is...More
Such a disappointment ... there are only two Meerkats there now and they didn't come out at all!! And the elephants are missing too!! Love the pink flamingos!! And kangaroos you can pet!! It's was cool n cloudy and the animals were out and about!!...More
The play area is great for kids. Be prepared to be interactive in the children's play area as the zoo has little to no supervision in this area. The rest of the zoo is very nice. There are hills and inclines, so if you are...More
I was visiting family in Nashville but found myself with a bunch of time and some wheels so I decided to visit the zoo. I'm glad I did. The zoo wasn't too crowded on this weekday as school was already back in session. I was...More
We went on a weekday (day after the eclipse) while we were in town. Nashville Zoo is a great day trip for the kiddos. The place was empty on a weekday in August. Big Surprise there. We hung out at the playground for far too...More
Visited the zoo with my children's school for the solar eclipse on August 21st. It was very hot (before the eclipse began). I've seen plenty of zoos...what I enjoyed about this one is that it is very hands on compared to others. We pretty much...More