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Despite our opinion noting this place needs a fair amount cutting back the overgrowth, doing nothing to further preserve this historic fort, we are pleased we made the effort to visit. There is a good film encapsulating the 'story' of this fort and its place in Civil War history. the location is surprisingly close to down town. It seems important... 更多
I enjoy anything that has to do with history, especially the Civil War era. There actually isn't too much to see here because the fort itself is long gone. And the stonework that outlines where the fort used to be is actually from the 1930's reconstruction. The placards along the trail on the perimeter of the fort are very informative.... 更多
This was a large fort built during the Civil War to protect the Union troops in Nashville. It never really saw any action. The actual fort is gone and all that remains are limestone walls that were actually reconstructed in the 1930s. There really isn't much to see here, but the signs regarding the history of the fort and Nashville... 更多
I stumbled upon this place by accident. Admission is free and it is located between Greer Stadium and The Adventure Science Center. There is a small museum and tiny gift shop that sells magnets, postcards, and literature. The tour is self-guided and the people at the desk are knowledgeable. You'll walk about a mile to see everything. At the top,... 更多
We visited for an afternoon walk. The paths are well maintained and provide a great view of the city. You can see the logos on the A&T (batman) building on a clear spring day. Historical plaques dot the pathway. This is a Union fort as opposed to a Confederate fort. The location is excellent, right off of 8th Street and... 更多
We saw a couple of films, but we had our own private historian with us to give us the background of the fort. Having a tour guid or read up on the history of the fort ahead of time, helps. The film does give some good history, but there's a lot more not presented. The fort gives a great view... 更多
Beautiful historic side and the view from the top is amazing but its not a whole lot to see. The park has done a great job of posting information along the way but theres just not much of the fort left to explore. It does have some steep hills but the pathways are in good shape.
This was really interesting. All the information is on boards around the park about why the Fort was built and some of the history of the American Civil War. Great to see some of the American history with some nice views.
Our 1 year old son was getting fussy being in the car so we stopped here to let him play a little while we explored. It's a nice place to visit and have some nice lookouts of the city. Free parking. Stroller friendly.