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  * Frist Center for the Visual Arts
  * The District: Lower Broad & Second Ave.
  * Centennial Park & the Parthenon
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  * Belle Meade Plantation
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Nashville Farmers Market

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Johnna Tinch at Johnny Howells' stand.


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Fresh produce grown in Middle Tennessee.


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Seasonal events such as the Watermelon Festival.


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Special activities for children.

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Nashville Farmers Market

Location: 900 8th Avenue North
Phone: 615-880-2001
Open seven days a week

Within sight of the capitol building, The Nashville Farmer's Market is located in a open-air pavilion on 8th Avenue North (there's also a large enclosed building for specialty shops and stands).

If you're from Nashville, you already know that this is one of the finest places in the city for fresh fruits and vegetables, along with a rich array of seafood, frozen biscuits, hot pepper sauces, potted plants, flowers, and international and exotic foods.

For more information and sights of the Market, click on the photos above, or begin the photo tour here.>

Feb. 3, 2008: Visit BlueShoe's new guide to Nashville Gardens, featuring websites dedicated to urban gardening in Nashville, community supported and sustainable agriculture, organic farming, the slow food movement, and other green and hopeful happenings here in Music City.

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TN Wildflowers

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2008 Tennessee Wildflowers Hikes

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History Articles

Civil War History in Nashville
*Nathan Bedford Forrest
*City Cemetery as Museum
Nashville Timeline
Moonlight & Ice: Belmont Mansion
19th Amendment
Historic Nashville: Vintage Postcards
NHN Web Site


Nashville Facts

Largest Employers





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