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While the park provided many pathways, some of which were shaded, there was nothing other than the old steam engine that stood out. Some areas appeared to be a bit neglected but it provides an option to walking on city streets.
Based on other reviews about Centennial Park, we made the stop while in Nashville. Very nice park, and the Parthenon is an interesting place for sure! Well worth the time to take in such a well-done replica of the actual Greek building.
We came to the park after driving around Vanderbilt University. We liked the train, even though you couldn't climb on it. The park was pretty massive with no map to help orient ourselves. We did find the playground, which was nice. Parking is limited to...More
This is a good place to visit. I went because as a history buff, I wanted to see this replica of the Parthenon. It's smaller than you would think. My son loves Percy Jackson and there is a scene that takes place here so he...More
Well if the parthenon is something you've always wanted to see, this is your chance. I didn't actually go inside, just passed by and decided to give it a pass. It is a free attraction with your Value Pass ($75 USD) and you don't have...More
We enjoyed walking through the park and visiting the Parthenon. Visiting Centennial Park should be a must do on your list it is beautiful. Visiting the inside of the Parthenon was just ok. We would definitely go back to the park.