Nashville Zoo’s Night Visions: a Wild Display of Light and Sound

I had the chance to check out Night Visions: a Wild Display of Light and Sound that is going on at the Nashville Zoo now through July 17th. 

What is the Night Vision Exhibit?

After sunset, guests stroll through the Zoo pathway and enter into a breathtaking adventure. Philadelphia-based company Klip Collective created the entire thing. Lights are scattered on different surfaces in a kaleidoscope of color. Guests can expect to see lights, patterns, and imagery illuminate the scenery at Nashville Zoo.

What’s the cost?

Single night admission to Night Visions is $23 for adults and $19 for children (ages 2-12). Members save $2 per single admission ticket. Enjoy unlimited visits throughout the duration of the event with the Platinum Pass at $35 for adults and $29 for children (ages 2-12). Children under age 2 are free.

Is it worth the price?

I would 100% say yes. It is one of those things that even the videos and pictures I share with you don’t do this incredible display justice. Each one of the five exhibits of lights is different from the other. I was blown away by how unique and creative the entire thing was.

I took some photos of the Night Visions below and you can check out a little montage of the entire thing with little pieces of what you can find during your time at the Nashville Zoo here.

The event is for the whole family. While I was walking around, the kids were in awe of each display. Another thing I loved was the Zoo had some of their restaurants open for you to grab a bite to eat while you walked around (including coffee, ice cream and a few adult beverages).

Reminder you can check out the Night Visions: a Wild Display of Light and Sound today through July 17. Tickets are available online and can be purchased at the gate on the nights of the event. For more information and to get tickets, visit nashvillezoo.org/night-visions.

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