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Your stuffed animal friend is due for his annual check-up! Children are invited to bring their favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal friend to Nashville Zoo’s annual Teddy Bear Clinic presented by Swauger Pediatric Dentistry at the Zoo’s HCA Healthcare Veterinary Center. Nashville Zoo's Veterinary Department will be on call from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm to perform […]Find out more »
Mermaids… to most, they're the subject of myth and legend, but at Aquarium Restaurant, we've got our own sea of mermaids! Watch the mermaids swim amongst their sea life friends, all while teaching about the importance of taking care of our environment, during this 10-minute interactive show. Their family-friendly show is choreographed to music and […]Find out more »
Prior to the Sunday performance, your family can participate in pre-show, related fun! Want to know what it’s like to be an actor in Hans Christian Andersen? It’s time for you to jump in and play! Led by NCT Teaching Artists, you'll enjoy games and activities designed for kids and adults to take part in together. […]Find out more »
Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser, Additional Lyrics and Book by Timothy Allen McDonald World Premiere February 20 - March 15, 2020 13-year-old Christian Andersen is the first commoner ever chosen by the King of Denmark to study at the Royal Academy, but he isn't sure he wants to go. However, royal students have shoes […]Find out more »
Cancelled Celebrate Women's History Month and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution by exploring the connections between the changing roles of women during the Civil War and the movement to secure women's right to vote. This 30-minute ranger talk will take place at the park visitor center.Find out more »
Oddly Puddle is the story of a non-verbal child with special needs, finding his voice in a world that doesn't always make sense. Oddly Puddle is from inner space, it's a lot like outer space, except you can only tell he's different on the inside. While the audience is able to hear Oddly's thoughts, the […]Find out more »