The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is a zoological garden and historic plantation farmhouse located 6 miles (9.7 km) southeast of downtown Nashville. As of 2014, the zoo was middle Tennessee’s top paid attraction and contained 6,230 individual animals, encompassing 339 species. Its site is about 82 acres (33 ha) with an additional 106 acres (43 ha) available for expansion. It is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Nashville Zoo’s history at Grassmere began in the late 1980s. Sisters Margaret and Elise Croft were the last two owners of the Croft House and family farm at Grassmere, located six miles south from downtown Nashville. They donated the 300-acre farm to the Children’s Museum of Nashville, which is now the Adventure Science Center. In 2001, the Nashville Wildlife Park at Grassmere officially became the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere. The resulting facility has been engineered to grow so as to take maximum advantage of its 200 acres (81 ha).[
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