Architectural Tour of Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

THE AESTHETIC JOURNEY The World Famous Buildingsof Nashville

Explore Nashville's most iconic landmarks, including the famous reproduction of Athens' Parthenon, located in Centennial Park. Just one of the many majestic Nashville landmarks.
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This overview includes Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate Victorian designs of the nineteenth century, as well as Art Deco and Art Moderne skyscrapers built in the 20th century. Notable examples of private residences include Belle Meade Plantation; Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum; Union Station; Belmont Mansion (1858); Reed House (1921), James K. Polk Masonic Building (1926).

What's included

Destination
Nashville History Discover Nashville History
Departure Location
217B 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Personal expenses
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Architecture of the Ages

See and hear the story of Nashville’s most famous buildings including The Ryman, Tennessee State Capitol, Parthenon, Custom’s House, Union Station, Hume Fogg, Historic Courthouse, Frist Center, Hermitage Hotel and Lower Broadway. Learn about the top 10 most famous Nashville architects of all times and the buildings that still stand today they designed.

 

 

  • Tour 26: Architectural Tour of Nashville
Tour 26: Architectural Tour of Nashville

From the State Capitol to the Parthenon

See and hear the story of Nashville’s most famous buildings including The Ryman, Tennessee State Capitol, Parthenon, Custom’s House, Union Station, Hume Fogg, Historic Courthouse, Frist Center, Hermitage Hotel and Lower Broadway. Learn about the top 10 most famous Nashville architects of all times and the buildings that still stand today they designed.

This overview includes Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate Victorian designs of the nineteenth century, as well as Art Deco and Art Moderne skyscrapers built in the 20th century. Notable examples of private residences include Belle Meade Plantation; Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum; Union Station; Belmont Mansion (1858); Reed House (1921), James K. Polk Masonic Building (1926).

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Architectural Tour of Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

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