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 small local museum. There is no permanent collection, so there is always something new to see!
The Frist Art Museum regularly changes their exhibits and it's an exciting and beautiful place to visit!
Classic art deco building houses a museum with rotating visual exhibitions & educational programs.
Don't miss the Pablo Piccasso exhibition here on loan from the Musee Piccasso Paris from February 5th-May 2nd. Only stop in the US. Don't miss it.
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.
“Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues.”
“Lots of history from all types of Music. Big focus on Johnny Cash and Elvis. There are thousands of clothing and instruments on display. ****Go on the Studio B Tour. Well worth the money. ”
“Stop by Cenntennial Park for a picnic and then go in to see the Athena statue!”
“ 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.”
“If you’re looking for a good place to hike that’s close to Franklin and Nashville, this is it! It’s one of my favorite places to go and enjoy the lovely woods and trails. There are a few different paths you can take, with short hikes and longer ones. Make sure and pack some water! If you would like a less crowded spot, Edwin Warner is close by and has a wonderful trail as well! ”