Tennessee Safari Park, Memphis

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Tennessee Safari Park, Memphis

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Overview of Tennessee Safari Park

As you traverse the city of Memphis, you'll stumble upon Tennessee Safari Park. Although listed here, Tennessee Safari Park is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Memphis.

Tennessee Safari Park is not one of the most important things to do in Memphis like Graceland, Sun Studio, National Civil Rights Museum- Lorraine Motel, Beale Street and Memphis Zoo.

Top rated Memphis tours do not include Tennessee Safari Park in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.

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Getting around Tennessee Safari Park, Memphis


Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 43.93 Kilometre, costing around USD 65. The duration of the trip is 39 minutes.


Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 43.93 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 39 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 3.


The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 32 minutes, covering a distance of 34.5 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 55.


Take a Car. The total distance will be 34.5 Kilometre costing USD 3 and the duration of the trip will be 32 minutes.


Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 66.31 Kilometre costing USD 100 and the duration of the trip will be 61 minutes.


It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 5, taking around 61 minutes. The distance between the two points is 66.31 Kilometre.

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  • There was a discrepancy with the cost as we went on a discounted day and used a coupon.. but once I brought it to their attention it was quickly corrected with no question. With the walking attractions were open a little later than 5 especially if the last car is let in at 4. We got there around 3 I believe and had very little time to walk around after driving through the park.. aside from that it was great and the kids had a great time!

  • We had the most amazing time here. We laughed and laughed and it was really enjoyable. The drive through the park is actually long and meandering with lots of different animals to see. Just make sure you get a lot of feed because the ostriches are very aggressive with their feeding lol... Definitely a must do event!

  • Drove 2.5 hours. Hours state they close at 5. Arrived at 415 and was told we could not enter. We've been there half a dozen times and have never taken an hour or more to drive through. Tried calling before we left just to check, but got an answering machine stating that the box was full. Our son just made it in on leave from the Air Force and really wanted to see it. Very disappointed and will not be back. They need to change the hours of operation to say NO CARS are permitted to enter the park after 4.

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  • You cannot take your pet**** even if they are crated in the back. So if you are on a very long road trip like we were take note (10+ hours). The rules on their website don’t have it listed. After a lot of looking we were able to find “no outside animals” listed in small print at the very bottom of the hours page. Also, it’s not on billboards. Which is unfortunate for families on long trips.

  • This place is awesome! They seem to take really good care of the animals and the price is really good as well, paid $38 for 2 adults and 4 buckets of food for the animals. Took us around an hour and a half to complete the driving part and then spent another half hour just walking around and feeding the jiraf. Feeding tips from my experience in the park: Zebras and camels will try to take the bucket from you! They'll bite the border of the bucket and just take it from your hands, just let them keep it, can still take some good pictures of them but you have to keep that in mind if you buy few buckets; We lost half of our supplies to a greedy zebra and camel. Once you have an empty bucket use it to put small amounts of food for the animals instead of feeding them from the full buckets, that Will Make it easier to feed them and once they're done with the small amounts they'll leave without you having to fight to take the bucket away from them, this worked really good for me and made it easier to feed several Animals instead of just having a few eat the whole thing.

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