Ready for some fun in the sun? Check out our list of downtown Nashville’s best parks, gardens, and green spaces with public art, play areas, and more.

As the weather heats up, we’re all ready to take in some fresh air, greenery, and fun in the sun! If you’re looking for the perfect place to stretch out in nature, you’ll find it in Downtown Music City. Check out our list of beautiful parks and green spaces that everyone can enjoy!

Frankie Pierce Park

Named for the barrier-breaking suffrage leader Frankie Pierce (the only African American woman to speak at the first meeting of the League of Women Voters of Tennessee and founder of the Tennessee Vocational School for Colored Girls), downtown’s newest park connects Capitol View with the Gulch Greenway. In addition to a sand volleyball court, dynamic playground, and yoga lawn, the space includes a huge area for your four-legged friends to enjoy. Check out this gem the next time you’re on the west side!

Originally published by Downtown Nashville Partnership