Monument / Landmark
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
110 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Great for a short walk and see the history of Tennessee. Also for those who want a great stair workout, the stairs up to the capital are a popular run/climb!
This picture does NOT do the park justice. Please walk down and explore it on a beautiful day. At any given time, you may randomly see historical reenactments like old time baseball games (in full costume), civil war exhibits / reenactments, and live music. Little ones will enjoy the splashpad on…
A beautiful park that is focused around the history of Tennessee. Great to walk. Farmer’s market and International Market are on the West side of the park.
Closed to automobile traffic in 1998, the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge provides outstanding views of the Cumberland River and the Nashville skyline. The bridge connects downtown Nashville with the suburb of East Nashville, and is a reliable way to cross the river. It brings out the inner…
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