Nashville’s Centennial Park!

Centennial Park, located on West End and 25th Avenue North, is one of Nashville‘s many beautiful, spacious outdoor areas. Thousands of people visit the park each year to visit the museum, see exhibits, attend festivals, and just enjoy the beauty of nature within and around the park. There is so much to do at Centennial Park, so if you’re looking for something to do this weekend, the weather is supposed to be gorgeous Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. For more information about Centennial Park and its history, click here!

  • Features of the park:
    • An exact replica of the Parthenon
      • Check out the original Grecian Parthenon here.
      • To learn more about the Parthenon, be sure to come back to my blog and be on the look out for my upcoming post that will go into more detail about the Parthenon in Nashville. 
    • A one mile walking trail
    • The Centennial Art Center
    • Various Historical Monuments
    • Sand volleyball Courts
    • An events shelter
    • A dog park
    • An exercise trail
    • A sunken garden
    • Much More!!!
  • Pavillion (events shelter):
    • Located near the corner of 28th Avenue North and Poston Avenue
    • Adjacent to the Centennial Park Arts Activity Center
    • Steps away from the children’s playground
    • Close to the restroom facility
    • Available for rent
      • Be sure to follow the link to the Pavillion website for more information about renting the shelter.
  • Park Hours:
    • Dawn to 11:00 p.m. daily

The Centennial Art Center


The bridge between the Sunken Gardens and Lake Watauga


An exact, full scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens, Greece

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