Rose Hill Flowers is located in beautiful Nashville, TN – also known as Music City. Since its founding in the late 1700s, music has been the heart and soul of Nashville, and today it is a world-famous mecca for songwriters, musicians, recording studios, and live music. Besides its bustling music scene, Nashville is known for its down-home hospitality, great food, arts & culture, and beautiful nature scenes and gardens.
Rose Hill Flowers is proud to be a part of Nashville’s friendly and thriving community. We have been providing fresh flower delivery service to Nashville and its surrounding areas since 1987. If you ever find yourself in our neck of the woods, we put together a list of some of our favorite Nashville attractions and beautiful gardens. Also, be sure to drop by our flower shop and say “Hi!”
Top 8 Must-See Attractions in Nashville
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Cheekwood Estate & Gardens
With 55 acres of gorgeous grounds, which include 12 sprawling gardens, an art gallery, and a colonial revival mansion built in 1932, the Cheekwood Estate & Gardens is a hit with locals and tourists. It’s possible to walk for hours encountering stunning visuals, particularly in the impressive gardens. Here you’ll see big round boxwoods, daffodils, crepe myrtle blossoms, and plenty of other Southern native blooms.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Two performance theaters, thousands of musical artifacts, and constantly rotating special exhibitions, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-see for all music lovers.
Grand Ole Opry
Grand Ole Opry
Another must-see Nashville music experience, the historic Grand Ole Opry brings the music stars for the past and the present together on one stage. Take a backstage tour and see all 18 specially-themed dressing rooms and discover the Opry’s behind-the-scenes secrets.
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Radnor Lake State Park
Take a break from the concrete jungle and immerse yourself in 1,300 acres of serene forests in the beautiful nature preserve Radnor Lake State Park. There are six miles of easy hiking trails surrounding the lake, abundant wildlife, and a new aviary education center. It’s a breath of fresh air that could be the highlight of your visit.
Parthenon in Nashville
The only full-sized replica of the Parthenon from Athens, Greece, is located in Centennial Park, Nashville. This amazing structure includes a 42-foot tall statue of Athena, plaster replicas of the original Parthenon Marbles dating back to 438 B.C., and a fine art museum on the lower level.
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Gaylord Opryland Resort Indoor Garden
You don’t have to be staying here to visit 9 acres of opulent gardens inside the Gaylord Opryland Resort. With the sun shining in from a glass ceiling and a river that winds through exotic growths, you’ll be impressed with a forest of trees, manicured bonsais, waterfalls, and vibrant clusters of orchids. You can even take a boat ride through the garden and view over 800 species of fish.
Belmont Mansion & Gardens
The Belmont Mansion is a 19th century antebellum home designed in the style of an Italian villa with 36 rooms that cover 19,000 square feet. On the grounds, you’ll find extensive gardens, an aviary, and a zoo. Historically preserved footpaths will take through gardens with exquisite flowers, gazebos, and sculptures along the way.
Andrew Jackson Hermitage
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
One of the most picturesque spots in Nashville, The Hermitage is the former home of President Andrew Jackson and has been renovated to look just like it did when he resided here from 1837 to 1845. Take a tour inside this wonderful old mansion for numerous exhibits that give you a glimpse into Jackson’s private and public life. The grounds are impressive as well, with several beautiful flowerbeds and the burial site of Jackson and his wife.