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This 19 acre park in the heart of Nashville serves as a monument to the bicentennial celebration of the State of Tennessee. This park offers plenty of opportunities to learn about the long history of Tennessee while having a great experience in a...more
Hours Today: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243-3081
We got lucky and had a beautiful day to visit the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
Very peaceful and meticulously kept.
This 19 acre park, displays a history of Tennessee including a 200' granite made map of the state along with the WW ll Memorial...More
After a busy couple of days exploring the many music venues in Nashville, it was nice to spend time browsing around the The farmers market, which is very interesting and supports many unique and local businesses in Nashville. The park is adjacent to the market...More
We loved how creatively this park was planned and executed. The historical markers share important, often little-known, information displayed in a very artistic way. The little one enjoyed the water sprinklers, and we enjoyed watching her jump around in them.
Nice state park right near the capital. Can really learn some Tennessee history and overall nice to walk around. Farmer's Market is nearby too. Generally not a lot to do but nice to make it part of a Nashville visit.
Every person that lives in Tennessee should visit the Bicentennial Mall at least once. A leisurely walk with reading the posts on the wall tells the history of Tennessee. It begins with an overview of Tennessee in prehistoric times, then moves through the decades. Beginning...More
Sitting directly below the State Capital Building lies the bicentennial park. It is a fully functioning Sate PArk manned by State Park Rangers. There is a scaled map of Tennessee and a really great tribute to the rivers of the State. with water fountains that...More
They did a good job in packing this park with a lot of historical information about Tennessee, celebrating all the major events of the State. It makes up for a very interesting visit if you have the time to read everything.
Otherwise, it’s a very...More
We took the upgraded RCA/Studio B tour from the Country Music Hall of Fame. It took about 45 minutes. We roamed the museum before and after the Studio B tour. Very worthwhile - guide was knowledgeable and it was cool to... More
We took the upgraded RCA/Studio B tour from the Country Music Hall of Fame. It took about 45 minutes. We roamed the museum before and after the Studio B tour. Very worthwhile - guide was knowledgeable and it was cool to see the studio. While in Nashville, my son and I also took the segwey tour (he's 14) and I can highly recommend that as well.