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Most state capitols show off the history of their state, and Tennessee's is no exception. Portraits of past governors line the hallways, and statues of former US presidents from Tennessee (Jackson, Polk, and Andrew Johnson) occupy places of honor. You need to go through a...More
The Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville was designed by renowned Philadelphia architect William Strickland and built between 1845 and 1859. Located at 600 Charlotte Avenue, on a hill overlooking the city and the Cumberland River, it is one of Nashville's most significant examples of Greek...More
Free tour 3 times a day. Short tour, 45 minutes, Gives some history of Nashville and you get to see both house of reps and senate chambers. After tour, walk to farmers market and nashville state museum.
The Capitol is well signposted. There are street meters for parking although very busy ( and when I visited over half the meters in Nashville were out of use for some reason). Most of the immediate car parks are for businesses only. I persevered and...More
You enter on the lower level and you go through security and the Motlow tunnel to get to the elevator for the first floor. The 45mn guided tour was so interesting and informative (Mond to Fri 9am to 3pm), our guide was really funny with...More