Cheekwood in Bloom


Spring is here which means bring on all the flowers! It’s the best time to go visit Cheekwood for their “Cheekwood in Bloom.”

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There’s no place more beautiful than Cheekwood in the spring as more than 250,000 tulips, daffodils and spring blooming bulbs spill from our gardens, creating a colorful, showstopping experience you won’t forget. Magnolias, redbuds, and dogwoods are also in on the act as warmer weather and longer days arrive in Nashville. Celebrate the changing season with five weekends of family activities, adult workshops and programs, special performances, and plenty of natural inspiration.

Want to know what’s currently blooming in the gardens? They will be sharing #TulipTracker updates on their Facebook and Instagram stories!

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Gather with friends in the beautiful Beer Garden each weekend during Cheekwood in Bloom! The laid-back elegance and botanical beauty provide an intimate setting to enjoy ear-catching full-band musical performances, seasonal beers, cocktails, and spirits.

Weekend Performances | Beer Garden | 11 AM – 2 PM

  • April 2: Tim Gartland
  • April 3: Nashville Latin All-Stars
  • April 9: Paul Childers
  • April 10: Bruce Dudley Quartet

Enjoy tasty fare from local food trucks on weekends from 10 AM – 2 PM during Cheekwood in Bloom! Food trucks will be located in the Beer Garden and in Lot B.

  • April 9: Mac Shack, Essie & Olive, Hoss’ Loaded Burgers, Spread ‘Em
  • April 10: Roadhouse Grille, Bradley’s Creamery, Little Cancun on the Go, Nashville Chicken & Waffles

Our docents will be leading guided tours every Saturday and Sunday throughout Cheekwood in Bloom! Guided tours are interactive, discussion based, and last 45 minutes to one hour.

House and History Tour | 11:15 AM, 12:45 PM, 2:15 PM | Meet in the Mansion Foyer

Seasonal Garden Tour | 10:30 AM | Meet at the entrance to the Bradford Robertson Color Garden

Tours are walk-up, on a first come, first serve basis with limited capacity. Visitors can make on-site reservations at the Admissions Building or in the Mansion Foyer. All tour participants will be given a wristband.

Garden and Mansion admission is required for House and History tours.

Don’t miss out on all the spring season has to offer!


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