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Fannie Mae Dees Park

Fannie Mae Dees Park

Located at 2400 Blakemore Avenue, Fannie Mae Dees Park Nashville features an incredible mosaic dragon sculpture. It was commissioned by a local civic leader and named in her honor, Fannie Mae Dees Park. Hundreds of volunteers worked to create this colorful mosaic dragon. The park has plenty of amenities and is open 24 hours. Whether you're visiting with your family, friends, or just by yourself, you're sure to find something to do at this beautiful Nashville park.


One of the most interesting and beautiful attractions in Fannie Mae Dees Park is the Arcade Mall. This historic landmark was built in 1903 and has several art galleries, restaurants, barbershops, and alteration services. Visitors can wander through the arcade mall and enjoy the old-world charm. If you're traveling by foot, you can also ride the Gray Line Trolley to the park's many galleries. While you're there, you'll also have a great view of downtown Nashville.

Another fun place to go is the Lane Motor Museum, which was built with Jeff Lane's personal donation. The Lane Motor Museum has over 560 vehicles, including 150 rare cars. It is the largest European automobile collection in the United States. You'll find everything here, from Grand Prix racers to decades-old rare vehicles. From deLoreans to quiet cars, this collection will give you a glimpse of the history of the automobile industry.

The sculpture was commissioned to bring the neighborhood together, and many people came out to participate in the project. Today, many people are proud to have contributed to the mural. The mural features a portrait of Fannie Mae Dees. The sculpture is also a popular spot for family and friends to spend their time together. If you're planning to visit Fannie Mae Dees Park in Nashville, make sure to check it out!

Another great spot for families with children is Lucky Ladd Farms. This 60-acre space includes a petting zoo, hayrides, and thrilling playgrounds for kids. In addition, there's a market with fresh produce that you can purchase for home use. So, you'll be able to enjoy the city in a new way while your kids are having a blast. Another location.

The city of Nashville started the project when the University Center underwent renewal. In fact, the area was considered for a new St. Thomas Hospital, but that idea was dropped. So, instead of the hospital, the land became a park. The city was proud of their accomplishment and Anne Roos, the first woman on the Nashville Planning Commission, was appointed to be a member of the Metro Parks board.

The parthenon was initially supposed to be a temporary structure, but now it has a permanent home on the grounds. A museum is located inside the building and features an impressive permanent collection of art. The 42-foot tall statue is the western world's largest indoor sculpture. While you're in Nashville, you should visit the Ryman Auditorium, which was once home to the Grand Ole Opry.

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