This 19-acre park was built in 1996 to commemorate Tennessee's 200 years of statehood. It provides wonderful views of the ... More
Bicentennial Mall State Park
This 19-acre park was built in 1996 to commemorate Tennessee's 200 years of statehood. It provides wonderful views of the city and features a 200-foot granite map of Tennessee, which is bordered by thirty-one fountains that represent all of the state's rivers. There is also a 1,400-foot granite timeline documenting Tennessee's history, 2,000-seat amphitheater, botanical garden, and visitor center. Allow at least an hour to tour the entire park. Restrooms, a gift shop and restaurants are adjacent to the park. Admission: Free, but special events may have an entrance fee.
We first heard of the Bi Centennial Mall on shortwave radio in a broadcast featuring William Henry. We wanted to visit the place after hearing the broadcast. So we came to Nashville and tried to locate Mr. Henry but were not able to. We did tour the Mall and it was a wonderful experience. We would have never came to visit if we had not heard Mr. Henry on the shortwave radio show with the host Ted Randall.
We plan a return trip and hope to go with Mr. Henry on one of his tours.
We have not heard him back on the radio show however.
I would highly recommend a visit to the Bicentennial Mall State Park in Nashville, Tn.
You have to let William Henry give you a tour of this Mall. The history is amazing! He will give you insights the will intrigue you and inspire you to research secret societies and ancient history. There is a code built into this place that you would NEVER suspect.
Over spring break we went to Nashville it was so hot and humid! We all went in the fountains. It was humid and 93-96 degrees Farenheit. We had a blast!!!!!!! You'll love it!
I STRONGLY reccomend it!!!!
After being in Nashville a couple days a doing the "typical" tourist things we decided to go for a walk in the park. It was absolutely beautiful. We ended up staying nearly 4 hours to take in all the unique things from water fountains, memorials and even a theatre. If you're looking for a place to walk and relax this is the place to go!!
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