Frist Center for the Visual Arts

The Gulch Museum/Gallery Fodor's Choice

Fodor’s Expert Review

Nashville has a unique and active arts community, and the city's main art museum reflects that. Instead of focusing on a beefy permanent collection like Atlanta's High Museum, the Frist, which opened in 2001, aims to expose the city's inhabitants and visitors to as many different and disparate artists, mediums, and movements as possible, with multiple rotating exhibitions. Depending on when you're in town, you can catch anything from an extensive focus on a single artist, like Soundsuit sculptor Nick Cave, to an exploration of Impressionism. The historic art deco building is a work of art in and of itself. Visitors can dine in their alfresco café after perusing thought-provoking exhibitions in the 1930s art deco building that once served as a post office.

Museum/Gallery Arts/Performance Venue Historical Fodor's Choice Family

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919 Broadway
Nashville, Tennessee  37203, USA

615-244–3340

fristartmuseum.org

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