The Parthenon, Nashville, Tennessee

5 Mentions on Trippy

  • 1 mention in Visiting with two teen boys

    • Nancy P.

      Nancy P. said, " fun. We're also surrounded by civil war battlefields and the Nashville City Cemetery is cool ( Of course, there's also The Parthenon and the Tennessee State Museum. If history isn't their thing, check and see if the Predators are playing at..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best free things to do in Nashville?

    • marla f.

      marla f. said, "...Pike, in the posh Forest Hills neighborhood). Probably need a car to get there. Nashville is not good with public transportation. The Parthenon (a replica of the real one) is in Centennial Park near Vanderbilt. There is a 44 foot tall golden..." See More

  • 1 mention in The best outdoor activities for kids?

    • Jim N.

      Jim N. said, "...casual walk around Radnor Lake to a more intense hike through the hills at either place.Centennial Park is home to the The Parthenon, along with a couple play grounds and some expansive green space as well. Depending on how old the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Which is a perfect city for a short break?

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...cheesy, in my opinion, I think it's worth it to go to Centennial Park and see an exact replica of the The Parthenon. I would also recommend a night stroll through Printers Alley, which is eclectic and has other live music..." See More

  • 1 mention in USA cross country road trip

    • Trae B.

      Trae B. said, "...If you decide to go through Nashville, TN make sure to visit the The Parthenon. For food Puckett's Grocery & Restaurantis excellent for lunch and dinner and Pancake Pantryfor breakfast. I also highly recommend The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Gardenfor..." See More

Mentions around the web