When you think about it, it is quite difficult to find a decent attraction that has a low cost to see. Should you somehow find a low cost attraction somewhere, it's often easy to leave wondering if maybe you've wasted your money. We found the Parthenon in Nashville a pleasant surprise. It very much exceeded our (low) expectations. When our two teenagers enjoyed it, we knew there was something unique about the attraction that made it worthwhile for them as well. Our teenage son didn't get into/enjoy the 63 piece art gallery inside on the first floor but our teenage daughter, who enjoys art, very much did. Both enjoyed the massive Athena sculpture on the 2nd floor. So for $20, a family of four - who spent a little more than an hour to see something unique and interesting - walked away happy, satisfied and with a lot of things to talk about regarding what we enjoyed most at the Parthenon. Can say for our family that this place was worth the time and money. NOTE- parking can be a challenge. We visited during Spring Break and had to park on a side street ~4 blocks away because all the parking lots in/around Centennial Park were full.
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