Cool crisp nights are great when you want to bundle up and take a stroll through the lights on the grounds at Cheekwood for Holiday LIGHTS happening Nov. 24 – Dec. 31.
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Fancy frocks from a popular PBS show plus more family fun this summer.
BY NOAH DAY for “Summer in the City”
A Children’s Garden is coming! Plus, a historic restoration and other additions on the way at this beloved Nashville treasure.
No excuse for kids to cry “I’m bored” on their next school holiday with Cheekwood’s new creative offering.
Experience Steve Tobin’s dramatic “Southern Roots” sculptures illuminated at night on the first Thursday of the month, April – September, at Cheekwood.
It’s one of the biggest family events at Cheekwood during the year, and you can save a lot of time on the big day by purchasing your tickets ahead of time.
Our faves for the fall of 2015! (pictured: Music & Molasses Festival at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum)
Spanish artist Jaume Plensa’s larger-than-life “Human Landscape” exhibit at Cheekwood
and the Frist Center invites thoughtful interaction among kids and adults.
Many local sites like Cheekwood (pictured) offer programs for preschoolers that engage learning. From art and nature to reading and science, here are our Top 10 picks!
The holiday festivities of 2014 gets a kick start in November with the arrival of Santa at Middle Tennessee malls along with illuminating displays around town and holiday happenings at Cheekwood and Opryland.