Nice place for a bike ride or stroll if you are near the capitol. Some interesting memorials that are historical.
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We took a tour of this park. It was very nice. The Farmers' Market was very interesting. Our kids enjoyed playing in the splash pad, as it was very hot that day.
We have seen this twice, once we walked through and once we saw it as part of a Seguay tour. If you want a nice romantic place to walk around, I highly recommend packing a lunch and spending a fall afternoon on the lawn.
I've been going to this park since it opened. In fact, I have a brick in my name on the Path of Volunteers (or whatever it's called). It has been interesting to see the young landscaping grow to the size it is now. Anyhow, this...More
We went here on a tour of downtown. It is really great to see, but a must on a tour so your guide can explain it to you if you don't know the history of Nashville.
We visited the park yesterday and the monuments were very cool. The kids learned a lot about Tennessee history and some stuff about a few wars. It seems at one time this park was very nice. While the monuments were still in good shape the...More
This is a nice ark downtown in Nashville. We went here after hitting the farmers market next door. There was a lot of available (and free!) parking at the venue. There were some informative WWII memorials on the walk, a splash area if you have...More
I started my visit of the park at the 1996 end of the stone wall that spans most of the mall area. As I approached the columns I was pleasantly surprised to hear the bell music that plays continuously from the top of the columns....More
This is a fantastic historic park in Nashville between the timeline, the quotes throughout history and the WWII Memorial. I definitely must see while you are in town (especially if you love history).
A very nice park with an amazing Carillon that plays songs on the hour and half hour. The best part is that the park offers free parking and the capitol is within walking distance if you don't have a fear of lots of stairs.