Please be advised of route changes
Stop #3( Johnny Cash Museum) will be closed today, due to construction. Stop #1 is about 1 block away at 201 Broadway and 2nd Ave.
Stop # 7( Farmer’s Market) stop has moved to James Robertson Parkway @7th Ave North

 

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Natchez Trace

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Nashville Natchez Trace

The Natchez Trace is a historic 440-mile-long forest trail that extends from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville connecting the Mississippi, Cumberland and Tennessee rivers. Centuries after Native Americans created the trail, European explorers, trappers and settlers used the land and water routes during America’s westward expansion. The drive near Nashville includes monuments, overlooks and historical markers as well as the award-winning double-arched Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge spanning Birdsong Hollow. The excursion is popular during the spring and fall foliage seasons.

The Natchez Trace Parkway offers a scenic drive that preserves a portion of the original trail.

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