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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
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243-3081
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We have lived in Nashville for nearly 2 years and missed this place. It should have been our first visit. The map on the pavement, the fountain, the wall of history, the bells, even just the view to the capital. Don’t miss it.
This is an amazing park! We enjoyed learning more of the history of TN as we walked and read the messages in the stone tablets along the way. And, you have to stand in the middle where the sound waves converge and listen. It is...More
When planning a visit to Nashville, Tennessee, it is advised to begin at the Nashville Visitors Center, then go to the Tennessee State Capitol and the Tennessee State Museum. From the State Capitol, you get an all-encompassing view of Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, which...More
A nice stroll in the park that is close to the Farmers Market and the free Tennessee state museum. At the end of the park you have a great view of the Capitol. There are water features that kids of all ages can play with.
The park is absolutely gorgeous and makes for a nice stroll, but the reason we went to the park was to hear the bells. The Park ranger told us the bells would play a short tune every 15 minutes and on the hour, an entire...More
We strolled through Bicentennial Park after visiting the Farmers Market next door.
There’s a beautiful 18000 pound granite ball of the Globe that floats on water. You can actually move it by hand.
The 95 Carillon Bells go off on the hour.
There’s a 200’...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.