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- owned by the state of Tennessee
- a fun place to hike near Brentwood
- one of the best free things to do in Nashville?
Let me take you on a photo tour of Ellington Agricultural Center!
Brentwood Hall, the historic home, was once built by “the J.P. Morgan of the South.”
Now, it houses the agriculture and wildlife departments for the state of Tennessee.
- one at Hogan Road, off Franklin Rd.
- one on Edmondson Pike near Old Hickory
The Tennessee Agricultural Museum is a former plantation barn on the Ellington grounds.
The TN Agricultural Museum charges no admission. It is open only during weekdays, except for special events like Super Saturdays and the Music and Molasses Festival.
A working barn to the rear stables Metro’s mounted police horses.
You can usually see these beautiful creatures grazing in the field if you visit between 12:30 and 1:30.
This small herb garden is nestled behind a log cabin on display for visitors.
The nature trail ends at this scenic gazebo. The Tennessee Iris Garden is one of Nashville’s most popular outdoor wedding locations.
I'm a wife, mom of 4, and resident of Brentwood, Tennessee. I love finding fun new things for my family to see and do in Brentwood and the Nashville area!