The Murals Of Nashville Part 2


From legendary music venues like the Grand Ole Opry or the Ryman Auditorium, to events or performances held at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) or Bridgestone Area, Nashville has a ton of can't miss attractions that are uniquely Nashville. For locals, among those attractions are the city's murals... scattered among its neighborhoods, on the sides of buildings, and in alleyways.
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Jurassic Quest Nashville


Jurassic Quest was started in 2013 and has since traveled to more and more cities across the country. They have over 80 realistic looking, animatronic dinosaurs, some being an impressive (my estimate) 2 stories tall. There is also a "Dino Bounce" area with large jump houses as well as face painting, crafts, and even dinosaurs that the kids can ride.
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Alum Cave Bluffs & Mt. LeConte


The Alum Cave Trailhead is 8.7 miles south past Sugarlands Visitor Center along Newfound Gap Road. There are several parking areas on the left, but on the day that I went it was extremely crowded (arrived around 11am) and all parking spaces were full necessitating parking on the side of the road.
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Demonbreun Cave... Demystified.

Image courtesy of Justin Hydrick

Along the bank of the Cumberland River is a wide crack in the rock wall known as Demonbreun Cave, the namesake of Timothy Demonbreun.
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The Murals Of Nashville


From legendary music venues like the Grand Ole Opry or the Ryman Auditorium, to events or performances held at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) or Bridgestone Area, Nashville has a ton of can't miss attractions that are uniquely Nashville. For locals, among those attractions are the city's murals... scattered among its neighborhoods, on the sides of buildings, and in alleyways.
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