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We came in the afternoon so missed the museum being open. The outside is neat to see. The area is being revamped so a lot of construction now, but there is small lake and grass area to walk around. Peaceful spot away from downtown.
The centerpiece of Centennial Park is the Parthenon re-creation. I've reviewed the art museum and the Athena statue separately, so you should know how I feel about them. But the park itself is a nice quiet green oasis in the middle of bustling Nashville. It...More
Unfortunately, we came too late, and the museum was already closed. Nevertheless, an attractive building and the park is very relaxing. We walked around the pond and checked about fauna and flora. Many people biking and jogging there. Many benches to sit down and relax.
I went to Vanderbilt in 1978 and in my four years always loved walking across Broadway to Centennial Park. You can pretend you are at the Parthenon in Athens! Right now seems to be a bit under construction but we all enjoyed walking through the...More
we were there early and enjoyed walking the park. The Parthenon is the actual replica and was supposed to be torn down but the town rallied to keep it. the museum was fun too, especially to see the Athena Statue
We saw a free concert in the park and enjoyed it immensely. High quality entertainment, delicious food truck food and surprisingly high quality adult and non-alcoholic beverages readily available without long lines. Mosquitos were not an issue either.