The Parthenon at Centennial Park

There are many things to do on your trip to Nashville outside of the Grand Ole Opry and the country music hungry crowds on Nashville’s Broadway. Nashville is a city full of art and culture. One of those shining examples of refined art and culture is The Parthenon at Centennial Park.

Centennial Park in Nashville Tennessee is a must-see for any visit to Nashville. The Parthenon, which is one of only four remaining full-scale reproductions of Greece’s iconic building, is awe-inspiring and stunning. It was built as part of a celebration to commemorate Tennessee’s 1897 Centennial Exposition, and it still stands today as a symbol of Classical Greek culture. It’s easy to spend a few hours wandering around within its walls—and you should. Your eyes won’t be disappointed. And while you’re there, make sure to check out Centennial Park itself; the park is huge and very picturesque. You can easily spend an entire day exploring everything it has to offer. Feel free to even bring your dog with you as there is a separate section of the park called Centennial Dog Park, where your furry companion can run wild among new friends.  Next time you find yourself visiting Nashville, be sure to pay a visit to Centennial Park and explore all this charming park has to offer.

There is more to do on your trip to Nashville beyond honkey tonks and chicken sandwiches. Visiting Nashville can include stops at art museums. The Parthenon at Centennial Park is just one of many examples of art and culture on your Nashville trip.

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