Experience Hispanic Heritage Month
A 100-Acre Celebration at the Nashville Zoo
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More About Hispanic Heritage Month
This month-long annual celebration commemorates the profound influence and contributions of the U.S. Latino and Hispanic communities to American society. First introduced as Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968, Hispanic Heritage Month gained broader support as the civil rights movement shed immense light on the various multicultural identities that made up the United States.
Twenty-one years later, President George H.W. Bush declared September 15 to October 15 as National Hispanic Heritage Month. Today, we are proud to observe this notable commemoration with the Nashville Zoo, a safe and engaging environment for families of all communities to come together.