Shelton Gallery displays and sells folk art, work by local artists and knick-knacks. Curators constantly seek out new and ... More
Shelton Gallery displays and sells folk art, work by local artists and knick-knacks. Curators constantly seek out new and exciting exhibits for the Nashville art crowd. Some pieces can be pricey, like an original watercolor by Nashville's Red Grooms going for $30,000. The gallery does not specialize in sculpture, but the pieces it does show are clever and unusual. Take your time. There's a lot to see, and you'll want to see it all.
This landmark was once home to Adelicia Acklen, one of the wealthiest women in 19th century America. Built in 1850
in the style of an Italian villa, it was originally intended to be the summer home of the Acklens. ...
Beloved by Nashvillians and tourists alike, this 1853 Greek revival mansion was once the centerpiece of a 5,400 acre, 19th
century thoroughbred farm and nursery. Still referred to as the "Queen of Tennessee plantations," the present thirty acre site ...
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, ...
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