We went to a Titans game and walked over the bridge from downtown. We walked through here heading back. Such a cool spot! We enjoyed our walk through here.
Walked around the park for about 2 hours, really informative stone wall with the history of Tennessee carved all along it. Had a very nice WWII memorial in the middle of the park. Definitely worth a visit.
we visited this park on our segway tour eric was very informative about it the pillares represent the counties of tennessee in the center of them you can stand in the middle and here your voice echo. there also is a war memoial and a huge sidewalk with a map of tennessee with all cities rivers etc. its great to... 更多
We went there Jan 2 hoping we would not deal with traffic, sure enough no traffic and less people around. But the downside is that they were still clearing the area that was used for the NYE celebration. The staff were still dismantling the scaffolding and we were redirected for safety purposes. But we enjoyed it, although it was muddy... 更多
This is a nice spot to learn about Tennessee's history and located at the north end of downtown. It is nice spot for an outdoorsy day. It is located next to the Farmers Market, so be sure to check that out and get some good food!
The monuments were very cool. My kids loved the giant map of TN. There was a giant grassy area perfect for a picnic. The indoor food court area was very original and eclectic. Slightly overpriced though.
one of the best place to capture memories..beautiful location to take family photos. Very dark at night, almost none to very limited lighting so it is better to visit the place when the sun is up.. adjacent to farmers market..
This is free, and they were preparing for New Years Eve, so there were people who shooed us along. However, the day was nice, and the wall of Tennessee history was well done, with timeline going back a few million years, and ending around 1900. The whole thing runs along the edge of the park, and visually is well done,... 更多
We were visiting Nashville and had some time to kill, so we stopped here. This long thin park sits below the state house. There are lots of interesting this to see (and hear--bells), and it's well maintained and very pretty. You can see it in 15 minutes or take your time and spend hours.