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Located close to the bustling Second Avenue and Broadway tourist areas next to Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough offers a glimpse into the founding of Nashville in 1780 by James Robertson. Self-guided tours of this replica of the original fort...more
We walked through on a recent trip to downtown Nashville for lunch. It's hard to believe this was the beginning of the city of Nashville we know today. It's also easy to overlook amid all the hustle and bustle of the New Nashville. Parts of...More
This small reproduction of historical Fort Nashborough was a little disappointing. The plaques share a bit about its history but we found it to be but a small representation of the fort. There maybe a missed opportunity here to do more.
We did appreciate a...More
On a recent walking tour around Nashville the wife and I stopped by Fort Nashborough. It's a relatively small attraction, but offers a lot of history on the region. You can easily see and experience everything in under 30 minutes, and it's very close proximity...More
The first time we checked the website they said they were closed due to renovations being done on the fort. We kept checking the status and they finally posted that they were now open.
We took the time to get into the horrible Nashville traffic,...More
While waiting for a concert to start at Nissan Stadium, I saw Fort Nashborough and decided to check it out. Great little venue to see to get a better feel for early Nashville and amazing to see how the city grew