5 Nashville Sights to See this Spring
As the weather warms up, be sure to check out these outdoor activities and venues around Nashville.
This 132-acre park features a one-mile walking trail, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, an arts activity center, dog park, and other outdoor activities. Centennial Park is also home to the iconic Parthenon, which is a full-scale replica of the Athenian original. This is the perfect place to go for a walk and enjoy the nice spring weather!
Percy Priest Lake is home to campgrounds, fishing, and boating just outside of downtown Nashville. There are various hikes and trails around the lake to take in the beautiful views. This relaxing lake is a great spot to go for a walk, rent a pontoon, or simply enjoy the warmer weather.
This 55-acre botanical garden and historical estate features art galleries, seasonal festivals, and operates as a stunning wedding venue. This spring, Cheekwood will be featuring a wide variety of happenings, including a celebration of the centennial of women’s suffrage, a Great Spring Art Hunt, and an event surrounding the blooming of 150,000 bulbs in the gardens.
The Nashville Zoo is home to nearly 3,000 animals representing more than 350 different species. Bring your family and friends for a day at the zoo and learn about all of the different animals and conservation efforts at the Nashville Zoo!
This bustling farmers market offers year-round produce, artisanal food, restaurants, shops, crafts, and more. This spring, the farmers market will be hosting Strawberry Jubilee, an event to celebrate bringing the market into peak season. Go to the Farmers’ Market for your groceries, to admire the crafts, or just to walk around!