Frist Center for Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America
Frist Art Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, formerly called “Frist Center for Visual Arts”, opened in 2001. It is a non-collective museum that creates exhibits and showcases traveling exhibits from all over the world. It is situated in Nashville's main post office, a white marble building established in the 1930s. In 2018, it adopted its current name.
There are a lot of fun things to do in the area, such as visiting Nashville Shores Waterpark in nearby Hermitage. It is an adventure course, campground, and water park in one. It offers various lakeside activities, pools, water rides, and water slides. Its Treetop Adventure Park has more than 100 woodland obstacles, which include rope swings, wall climbing facilities, and zip lines. Another interesting site to visit in the area is Belmont Mansion or Acklen Hall. A historic mansion established by Joseph and Adelicia Acklen, it has been used for educational functions and purposes since 1890. Currently, it serves as a museum. Tourists should also visit Lotz House in Franklin. A 2-store house established in 1858, it is the historical epicenter of the Battle of Franklin during the American Civil War. It was officially inaugurated as a museum in 2008. One of the best hotels in the area is Union Station Hotel Nashville, An Autograph Collection. It is a perfect choice for all kinds of travelers, as it offers complete amenities and facilities for business and leisure alike. Another known hotel in the area is the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, which is located just 0.24 miles from the art museum. This 4-star hotel has rooms with city views, conference rooms & facilities, restaurants, concierge services and an indoor pool.