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This 19 acre park in the heart of Nashville serves as a monument to the bicentennial celebration of the State of Tennessee. This park offers plenty of opportunities to learn about the long history of Tennessee while having a great experience in a...more
Hours Today: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243-3081
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They did a good job in packing this park with a lot of historical information about Tennessee, celebrating all the major events of the State. It makes up for a very interesting visit if you have the time to read everything.
Otherwise, it’s a very...More
As you'd learn in a tour, the park moves from flat (representing Memphis and blues) to hilly (representing Nashville and country) to mountainous (representing East Tennessee and the mountain music). Each section of the park really represents the demographics and the geography of each region...More
We went on the Hop On Hop Off trolley tour and got off here. There is a farmers' market, probably well stocked in the morning but we got here mid-afternoon. We did secure some great peaches for our lunch. Very interesting quotes and bits of...More
This park is always clean and tidy. I love the history that you can learn here as well as the fact my kids can go barefoot if they want. I really like the outdoor amphitheater as well. It's a nice place to eat, take a...More
19 acres of fascinating Tennessee history, landmarks and natural attractions including a farmer’s market, garden shop, food court and some stores.
Also there are acres and acres and acres of fields on which to sun and play.....
We took the upgraded RCA/Studio B tour from the Country Music Hall of Fame. It took about 45 minutes. We roamed the museum before and after the Studio B tour. Very worthwhile - guide was knowledgeable and it was cool to... More
We took the upgraded RCA/Studio B tour from the Country Music Hall of Fame. It took about 45 minutes. We roamed the museum before and after the Studio B tour. Very worthwhile - guide was knowledgeable and it was cool to see the studio. While in Nashville, my son and I also took the segwey tour (he's 14) and I can highly recommend that as well.