Pegram is within easy reach of many of Nashville’s attractions. Two destinations that should be at the top of every visitor’s to-do list is the wonderful Edwin and Percy Warner Parks and the ever-popular Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art. If time permits, be sure to also visit the Belle Meade Plantation and the Radnor Lake State Park.
Do make the effort to see some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make this region the special place it is. Discover the museums and collections in the Adventure Science Center, the Tennessee State Museum and the Lane Motor Museum. Arts lovers can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as Ryman Auditorium, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.
If you are staying in Pegram with little ones, laugh, explore and learn together at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Take pictures, walk past the many exhibits and discover animal biodiversity at Nashville Zoo.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of Nashville, visit the nearby outdoor areas. When you need a little time out, visit Centennial Park, Riverfront Park and Hadley Park, a place where locals come to breathe in the fresh air. To catch a glimpse of the nearby wilderness head out to the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy, head to the many stores of Farmer's Market and CoolSprings Galleria in Franklin.
Visitors with a passion for sports will love Bridgestone Arena, the stomping ground of the much-loved Nashville Predators ice hockey team in winter. The stadium also offers fascinating behind the scenes tours, giving visitors a chance to learn about the stadium’s operations and local sporting history.
After a long day exploring the streets of Pegram, relax for the night in one of the area’s popular bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. Make reservations for the Millennium Maxwell House Nashville, the Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel, or the Ramada Nashville Downtown.