Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Story written by Linda Lange
The green space also functions as a quiet oasis from fast-paced downtown. People spend their lunch hour at picnic tables or admire sculptures sprinkled across the tiered grassy hill. Tourists glimpse into earlier times when they visit Fort Nashborough, a replication of 18th century log cabins. "People really do enjoy the ambience of the river. From the Shelby Street Bridge, they have the best view of the Nashville skyline," says Corey Webb, owner of the Nashville Experience, a company offering walking tours. (615-400-0966, www.webbspunideas.com)
Read the entire article in the Knoxville News Sentinel.