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Experience Cheekwood, the 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era Estate in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase...more
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This was our first time visiting here, we will for sure go back in the Spring to see all the flowers & then ago in Summer or Fall. The Christmas decorations were so good, all the staff were so friendly & answered all questions we...More
FIrst time at Cheekwood. It's beautiful. It's a nice place to walk around, see the grounds, see the mansion, and of course, all the beautiful holiday lights! It was a fun place to spend an evening. There were food trucks, trains, reindeer, etc. A lot...More
My family really enjoyed our visit to see the lights. Even though the weather was a bit cold and drizzly, we still enjoyed it. There's outdoor heaters throughout the property you can warm up at and of course there's the mansion and other building to...More
Obviously a lot of time/effort is put into the Holiday Lights display at Cheekwood. The layout is nice, the lights are beautiful, & everything is relatively easy to navigate.. Our 2-year old really enjoyed the outdoor train exhibit. It was neat to see the live...More
We have been members for several years and skeet’s attend at least three to four times a year. Different exhibits and the flowers are changed seasonally. If you get a chance you need to see the million Christmas lights. Amazing and great for families.
Don't miss going here as it is truly beautiful. This was the highlight of my first trip to Nashville and I spent hours here. The drive out from downtown was nice too as I got to see a bit more of Nashville. The pumpkin displays...More
Dont miss this beautiful place which includes a former residence and beautiful gardens and landscape. I have a personal interest since my grandfather did some ornamental plastering on the home. He was from Bristol England and these days that is a lost art. Today there...More
As a visitor it was such a treat to visit Cheekwood after spending time in downtown Nashville (which we also loved). The drive to Cheekwood gave us a glimpse into the surrounding area of Nashville. The sculpture garden was a lovely walk through nature and...More
The seasonal displays are very pretty, and the gardens are well tended. The house is lovely, especially from the outside, but we were disappointed by how much interior had been renovated into an art museum. We couldn’t help but feel it really did a disservice...More
Yes, Cheekwood is open year-round. If you are visiting by the end of the year, you could enjoy the Christmas Lights throughout the gardens. Quite beautiful and a fun evening activity. The mansion is always festively... More
Yes, Cheekwood is open year-round. If you are visiting by the end of the year, you could enjoy the Christmas Lights throughout the gardens. Quite beautiful and a fun evening activity. The mansion is always festively decorated for the season, too!
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The tickets are normally for the day, however, sometimes they do have events which have tickets for specific times of the day or night. Its best to check the event calendar or call ahead to find out about the day you plan... More
The tickets are normally for the day, however, sometimes they do have events which have tickets for specific times of the day or night. Its best to check the event calendar or call ahead to find out about the day you plan to visit. The Christmas lights were an example of an event where the day tickets had time restrictions on them.