Tennessee has a rich and diverse culture. Much of that culture originated from right here. There are so many things that you could check out any time you wanted… especially if you lived here.
The Parthenon – The Parthenon is located inside of Centennial Park in Nashville, TN. It is an exact scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens, Greece.
Adventure Science Center – is a science museum in Nashville, TN that is dedicated to teaching children in a fun and exciting environment. Some exhibits are permanent, but they also have rotating exhibits.
Country Music Hall of Fame – Located in Nashville, TN, it is a home of the museum of country music legends such as Willie Nelson, Minnie Pearl, Ronnie Milsap, Jimmy Rogers, Fred Rose, and Hank Williams.
Rock ‘N’ Soul Museum – It’s located in Memphis, TN on historic Beale St. It highlights the pioneers who overcame racial and socioeconomic hurdles to create Rock ‘N Roll and Rhythm and Blues.
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum – This is a fine art museum with interchanging exhibits. It’s breathtaking garden will leave you speechless. It is located just outside of West Nashville.
Frist Art Museum – This Nashville museum is just on the outskirts of downtown Nashville, and it also has rotating exhibits. The Frist seeks art to help challenge the way we look at the world. They also had workshops for children and aspiring artists.
These are just a few of the things that your missing out on by not living here. Come and visit Tennessee, and you’ll see why it is quickly becoming the place to be.