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  • Address: 600 James Robertson Pkwy

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Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

When Nashville turned 200 it decided to throw a party—and to open a park. Since June, 1996, the 19-acre Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park has given locals and visitors a calm and scenic place to rest. The park boasts numerous features, like an impressive view of the Capitol building, erupting geyser fountains, an informative Civil War exhibit and a Greek amphitheater for live concerts.

Visitors can take an easy walk along the .9-mile paved Bicentennial Mall Trail, or stop at the nearby Nashville Farmers’ Market before picnicking on the well-kept lawns. The 200-fee wide granite map on the park’s southern end gives visitors a bird’s eye view of the state and at the park’s northern end, travelers can wander the short Path of Volunteers and the flora-lined Walkway of Counties.

Practical Info

The park is located northwest of the city’s Capitol building at 600 James Robertson Parkway between 6th and 7th Avenue North.

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Nashville Trolley Tour

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For those wanting a quick overview of Nashville, you can't miss this 1-hour trolley tour. You'll pass by (and hear commentary about) the Ryman Auditorium, Fort ...  Read more

Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Duration: 60 minutes (approx.)

From USD $25.00

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