Yesterday we told you all about the Nashville Veterans Day Parade happening November 11. Today, we felt the need to tell you about some of the many Nashville attractions doing something special for the holiday.
Nashville’s own Frist Center for the Visual Arts will be offering FREE admission to those who serve or have served on November 11. Currently, they have four amazing exhibits including: Shinique Smith: Wonder and Rainbows, Ink, Silk, and Gold: Islamic Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Phantom Bodies: The Human Aura in Art, and Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Masterpiece Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti.
Also, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage: Home of the People’s President is offering FREE admission to all active and retired military personnel from November 11 until December 31, 2015. Reserve your spot.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is providing FREE admission to all veterans and their families for the holiday. (musicianshalloffame.com)
AND you could also journey on over to the Tennessee State Museum which tells the entire story of Tennessee’s rich history. It’s always FREE. Right now, in their changing exhibit halls are Ancestors: Ancient Native American Sculptures of Tennessee, Charles Cagle: The Shock of the New, and From Realism to Abstraction: Tennessee Painting 1920 to 1970. Plus, the Military Branch Museum just opened a new exhibit called Remember the World War Doughboy: The History of Tennessee’s War Memorial.
There you have it. Just incase you want to know about any other Nashville happenings go to: visitmusiccity.com/upcomingevents. For those who have served, or currently serve, we thank you and hope you have an amazing time in Music City.