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Propane Expo 2017: Around Nashville: Centennial Park

March 31, 2016 By    
Centennial Park and Parthenon, Nashville, Tenn. Things to do while at AGG1

Photo credit: Onasill ~ Bill Badzo via / CC BY-NC-SA

For free fun in Nashville, Tenn., take a stroll around Centennial Park located on West End and 25th Ave. North. The park, which spans 132 acres, features a one-mile walking trail, a garden, a dog park and volleyball courts.

The Parthenon in the middle of the park serves as the city’s art museum, and costs $6 for adults to visit. The Parthenon building and the statue of Athena outside of it are full-scale replicas of what can be found in Athens, Greece. The museum offers adults a group admission rate of $5.50 per person for groups of 10 or more people. Visitors can sign up for a guided tour of the Parthenon by calling 615-862-8431 or emailing ahead of time.

About the Author:

Megan Smalley was an associate editor at LP Gas magazine.

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