This year it’s kicking off in Centennial Park on June 4th at . Honky Tonk Highway Visit the Broadway Historic District to listen to live music on the streets.
There are also lots of restaurants and Nashville-themed shops, plus lots of opportunities for people watching. CMA Music Festival Multiple stages around Nashville host popular country artists and all daytime activities are free!
Plus, the intimate nature of the space encourages dancing close.
Wander through meadow and wood and by tinkling stream for a couple hours on this soothing soft adventure.
Nashville’s Art Museum also lies inside of the Parthenon, though it does require a fee. The Tennessee Agricultural Museum Are you interested in the history of farming?
Head to this museum to see home and farm artifacts from the 19th and 20th centuries. Tennessee State Museum This museum contains paintings, historic weapons, a print shop reproduction, and more that tell the story and history of the state of Tennessee. Symphony Under the Stars The Nashville Symphony hosts a series of free concerts every summer at various locations throughout Nashville.
My personal favorite is Tip-A-Canoe in Kingston Springs, they have trips from 2 hours to 12 hours.
Cheekwood is always gorgeous and romantic, but there is something very special about taking a stroll, hand-in-hand around the botanical gardens at night.
Enjoy the beautiful blooms, Japanese gardens, sculpture trail, art museum and so much more.
It is only a 60-minute drive to get to the farm from downtown Nashville.
The 11 themed gardens that make up this manicured oasis welcome nature enthusiasts, relaxation seekers and anyone who cherishes a scenic stroll.