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Tennessee State Museum

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Tennessee State Museum

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David C wrote a review Aug 2020
Ocoee, Florida49 contributions7 helpful votes
Very nice Museum...enjoyed our visit here...the suffrage exhibit was very informative...lots of cool things to see...recommend
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kara L wrote a review Aug 2020
Reston, Virginia9 contributions2 helpful votes
This was a surprising gem! It's an incredible museum that is so well done. Had so much information and great displays. I loved the videos along the way that explained the different areas and were interesting for my kids. Since it's free, I wasn't sure how good it would be but it rivaled any I've paid for. It was truly a spectacular museum and I highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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03Mikme wrote a review Aug 2020
Silver Spring, Maryland190 contributions24 helpful votes
A very satisfying experience covering the history of the State. Brought the History alive. We didn’t get to half of the museum. In two hours and if I have the opportunity while I’m here I will definitely go see more. Free entrance, free parking, across street from Bicentennial Park, Farmer’s Market and near State Capitol building. Suffragette exhibit on temporary display. Go here!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jr DLF wrote a review Aug 2020
Edinburg, Texas102 contributions6 helpful votes
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Really great exhibits for everyone. It’s got history, art, geography and great views from the balcony. We spent approximately 2-3 hours in this place. Such a marvelous place. It’s a must visit when in Nashville. Friendly employees. Plenty of security presence inside the museum.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bex wrote a review Jul 2020
Atlanta, Georgia27 contributions5 helpful votes
What a amazing place!!! We was not expecting such an intense educational experience regarding the history of TN and the USA. The exhibits were top-notch and extremely interesting and informative. My American husband himself learned a ton and me being European, well I was just in awe learning about the Native Americans and how African Americans were treated back in the 1800's onwards. I highly recommend you visit this place and especially as its free to enter which is pretty amazing to say the least. Expect to spend at least 3 hours here. Toilets are clean and there are lockers to store your bags and buggies etc. There is not a cafe open here but a couple minutes walk you're at the Farmers Market for drinks and food. You have to wear a face mask too due to Covid19 and there are hand sanitizer stations everywhere.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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