Frist Art Museum
As one of Nashville's most prestigious art institutions, The Frist Center for the Visual Arts presents high-calibre exhibitions every six to eight weeks that feature artists from the region and around the world...
A wonderful art museum with free entry on the first Friday of each month. The kids section is hands-on and so much fun. Downtown and walkable to most other attractions.
A small local museum. There is no permanent collection, so there is always something new to see!
"Nothing like this anywhere else. A great haven for art lovers and the general public. The free Nashville 2010 flood exhibit is a must see."
Classic art deco building houses a museum with rotating visual exhibitions & educational programs.
Always has unique exhibits that are constantly changing. Worth a visit when in the west side of town.
Always has great exhibits. Amazing art deco architecture in this old post office building
Occupying one of Nashville’s great historical landmarks, the Frist Center hosts a spectacular array of art from around the world, and serves as an important cultural focal point for the city.
Located downtown in the city's attractive old post office building, it's notable for its many visiting art exhibits from around the world.
“Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues.”
“Whether you love country music or not, this museum is engaging and entertaining. From interactive exhibits to only-in-Nashville events and family-friendly programming, there's lots to see and do at the Country Music Hall of Fame”
“This is Nashville's replica of the Parthenon in Greece. It even includes our very own giant Athena Statue. There's a museum inside and a lot of cool art that's worth seeing. The entrance fee is very minimal. It's located in Centennial Park just across from Vandy's campus and is a lovely way to spend an afternoon if you're visiting during good weather.”
“ the venue that started it all. It was the Ryman -- “the Mother Church of Country Music” -- that first started attracting names like Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, and George Jones, securing Nashville’s status as the American center of country music. The Ryman remains a country music mecca, but as one of the city’s most dazzling concert-going experiences, has also hosted everyone from the Foo Fighters to Janelle Monae. Even if you don’t make it to a concert, it’s at least worth taking the time for a brief tour. Check their homepage for concerts and dates.”
“This is a 2680 acre state park that offers some incredible scenic views as well as hiking, biking, strolling or they even have kayaking when the weather is nice if your up for it. If you love to get outdoors I would highly recommend checking this place out. It is perhaps one of my favorites spots amongst all the local parks. ”