The Best Landmarks in Nashville

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Nashville, Tennessee. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


110 Leake Avenue, Nashville, TN 37205

Since 1807

Museum, The Harding House, Educational Visits, Student Programs, Family Programs, Homeschool Programs, Community Programs, Volunteer Programs, Summer Camp, Gift Shop, Events, Adult Group Tours, Educational Outreach Programs, Shopping, Dining, Wine Tastings & Weddings

Free Admission: Child (5 and Under) - Discounted rates are available for groups of 15 or more - Built on a small hill near Richland Creek, the original red brick Federal-style house was built in the 1820's by John Harding

Price: Adult $24, Senior (65+) $20 & Youth (Ages 6-18) $13

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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4580 Rachel's Lane, Nashville, TN 37076

Since 1835

Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Museum, Tours, Exhibits, Events, Food Options, Public Library, Music, Beautiful Grounds, Hermitage Home, Spectacular Southern Gardens, Educational Programs, School Programs, Hands-On-History, Travelling Classroom, Rachel Virtual Class, Scout Scavenger Hunt, Homeschool Days, Class Descriptions & Teacher Resources

Free Admission: Active Military and Children (5 & under) - Covers 1,120 acres (450 ha), which includes the original 1,050-acre (420 ha) tract of Jackson's plantation - The original mansion was a two-story Federal-style building, built with bricks

Price: $20.00 Adults, $17.00 Seniors (Age 62+), $15.00 Students (Age 13-18), $10.00 Children (Age 6-12) & $10.00 Veterans

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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600 Charlotte Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37243

Since 1859

National Historic Landmark, Architectural Structure, Self Guided Tour, Education Programs, Monuments, Capitol Tour, Government Works, Events, Bicentennial Mall, Senate & House Chambers

Both the interior and exterior are built with limestone from a quarry about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the site - The State Capitol was designed by renowned Philadelphia architect William Strickland, who modeled it after a Greek Ionic temple

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sat & Sun Closed

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