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The new Tennessee State Museum is located at the corner of Rosa L. Parks Blvd. and Jefferson Street at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. It is designed to bring history to life. It includes a “Tennessee Time Tunnel” chronicling the state’s rich...more
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I took my 17 yr. old and my 80 yr old mother in law to see the new location for the state museum. The previous one was old with very few exhibits. This new one has so much more. It is confusing to get around...More
The museum moved and opened in a new location in October 2018. It's now located beside the Farmers' Market at the corner of Rosa Parks and Jefferson streets. The exhibits begin with prehistoric times and go through the present day. It also has four temporary...More
I was so looking forward to seeing the new Tennessee State Museum, but it fell flat!!
The first impression you get is the young lady behind the main desk who was reading a book and did not greet the guest as they came or offer...More
The Tennessee State Museum is fabulous. It opened at a new location. It is now just behind the Farmer’s Market. It has great exhibits on native Americans, slavery, segregation and the sit-ins protesting segregation, but also covers the many facets of Tennessee history including the...More
The Tennessee State Museum is a newly completed museum that was completed late in 2018. The museum is an all inclusive history of Tennessee and is attractive for all ages. The museum covers the history of Tennessee from pre-history to modern day with videos, clothing,...More
Beautiful building, beautiful water feature outside and then you go inside to view exhibits. Where are the other fascinating Native American Relics that were previously on display? Also, the Civil War display has been gutted to be more politically correct. There used to be numerous...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Melina L, Social Media Coordinator at Tennessee State Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for visiting the Tennessee State Museum. We appreciate your feedback, and are sorry that you felt that our exhibitions were lacking in specific artifacts. We can assure you that great care was put into the design and curation of the exhibitions, from the...More
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Also, there may be parking spots available at at the Bicentennial State Park which is few blocks away. Nashville has a free bright green bus that you can pick up near there and it will take you uptown.