Before 1779, the area known as Nashville was an uncharted wilderness. On Christmas Eve of that year these first settlers ... More
Before 1779, the area known as Nashville was an uncharted wilderness. On Christmas Eve of that year these first settlers traveled by boat down the Cumberland River and settled on this spot. The settlement became known as Fort Nashborough, from which Nashville later took its name. This replica of the original settlement is authentic in many details and reflects the lifestyle of the frontier pioneers of the late 1700's. Visitors can take a 20-minute self-guided tour.
A commanding presence atop a hill in downtown Nashville, the Tennessee State Capitol is an outstanding example of Greek Revival
architecture. Built in the mid 1800's by noted architect William Strickland, this is a must see for history buffs. ...
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 ...
While many galleries in the Nashville area provide a venue for local artisans, this is the only space where you
will find the works of Norris Hall. Well recognized throughout middle Tennessee and the southeastern United States, Hall has ...