If you're an adrenaline junkie and an animal lover looking for some all-new thrills, ziplining at the zoo needs to be next on your list. Ziplining in Nashville just got a whole lot better because now you can zoom through the park and see the animals from a bird's eye view.
Sometimes just walking around the zoo gets boring once you've visited a handful of times. But the Nashville Zoo is totally changing the game with thrilling interactions and experiences.
The Soaring Eagle Zip Line, the newest addition to the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, creates a unique, two-fold experience. It's not just any zip line, it's one that makes you feel like you're on an exhilarating safari ride.
You'll soar across several hundred yards at 28 mph, giving you that endorphin fix you're looking for. From 110 feet in the air, you'll experience a super cool and unconventional animal adventure from above.
Take in the adrenaline rush while seeing giraffes, rhinos and so much more from an aerial view.
This one-of-a-kind adventure can be shared with a friend or date because it's a two-seater (that's not something you often see with zip-lines). It gives you the chance to get close to your boo or help calm the nerves of your friend who's afraid of heights.
The best part of it all is the price. This unique adventure costs four attraction tickets at $2 each, so you'll only be spending $8 (or $4 each if you ride with a partner).
Another plus is that the zip line takes you there and back, so you'll get to double your fun and see extra animal moments you may have missed on the way.
There's more than just zip-lining when it comes to exciting ways to experience the Nashville Zoo. You should also check out their encounters with tortoises, kangaroos, camels, goats, lorikeets and more!
If you really want an extravagant zip-lining experience, you have to check out the world's largest zip line in Georgia.
Soaring Eagle Zip Line
Address: 3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: Experience the zoo like never before on an exhilarating zip line ride with aerial views of the animals.