Whether you’re new to the Nashville area or a Music City native, there’s never a shortage of art to explore in this vibrant city. Living at Vertis Green Hills luxurious apartments places Nashville’s entertainment in the palm of your hand. See our top three picks for must-see Nashville museums below.
Whether you’re a fan of country music or not, there’s one museum that every Nashville local must experience at least once in their lifetime.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is just 15 minutes away from Vertis Green Hills apartments. Known as the “Smithsonian of country music,” this incredible space features more than 350,000 square feet of archival displays, interactive galleries, performance spaces, the Taylor Swift Education Center, and more.
Living close to this world-renowned museum comes with its perks. The CMA Theater and Ford Theater, both located onsite, regularly host nationally recognized concerts and events. Keep an eye on their events calendar to stay up to date on their latest shows and exhibits.
Looking for the perfect place to spend some time outdoors this weekend? Cheekwood Estate & Gardens is known as one of the finest examples of an “American Country Place Era” estate and is located less than five miles from our Nashville apartments.
This 55-acre botanical garden and museum presents world-class art exhibitions and spectacular gardens, all located on an idyllic historic estate, originally built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune. With 11 specialty display gardens, diverse art collections, and family-friendly activities and events held year-round, Cheekwood Estate & Gardens has something for every interest.
Can’t-miss annual events include “Cheekwood in Bloom” which features more than 100,000 tulips on display each spring, and “Holiday LIGHTS” which showcases a wonderland of Christmas trees, live reindeer, and more every holiday season.
The Nashville Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon located in Athens, Greece, stands proudly in nearby Centennial Park.
Originally built in 1897, this Nashville landmark now features a series of galleries throughout that house a large collection of sculptures and paintings borrowed from Europe and the United States. The most iconic work of art inside this Nashville museum is a 42-foot gilded sculpture of Athena, considered the “focus” of the Parthenon, just as it stood in ancient Greece.
After browsing the interior, we recommend exploring the exterior of the museum and surrounding urban park space, located less than four miles from Vertis Green Hills sophisticated apartments.
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