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Nashville’s “Week of the Young Child” kicks off at Nashville Zoo. Local organizations geared toward children will have booths set up on Festival Field with activities and information from 2pm-5pm.Find out more »
Start your Eggstravaganzoo day off by beating the crowds and fueling up before the egg hunts. Bunny Breakfast attendees can enter the Zoo beginning at 8am. Bunny Breakfast includes morning favorites, the opportunity to meet and take pictures with the Easter Bunny, a special gift for the kids, and an attraction ticket for each paid guest. SEATING TIMES 8 am, 8:30 am, 9 am, 9:30 am (selected during registration) Pre-registration is required. Breakfast services ends at 10am.Find out more »
HOP INTO SPRING AT THE ZOO'S EGGSTRAVAGANZOO! Nashville Zoo’s annual spring celebration is back with egg hunts and Easter treats for children of all ages. Activities during the day include 10 scheduled egg hunts for kids, a Zoo-wide hunt for golden eggs, spring-themed games, bounce houses and face painting. Special appearances by the Easter Bunny and Zoo mascot Twiga! Activities take place from 9 am - 4 pm. Specific egg hunt schedules are to the right. Eggstravaganzoo (excluding Bunny Breakfast)…Find out more »
JOIN THE ZOO IN CELEBRATING EARTH DAY ON APRIL 25! The Zoo's fourth annual Party for the Planet event will include: games and activities, special keeper talks, and friends from local conservation organizations. SPRING INTO ACTION! Students of all ages are encouraged to join Nashville Zoo this spring for the Spring Into Action conservation campaign contest! Leading up to the Zoo’s annual Party for the Planet event and Earth Day, classrooms in Metro Nashville, as well as Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford,…Find out more »