TN Posted in Nashville October 14, 2016 by Meghan O'Brien 7 Secret Spots In Nashville Where Nature Will Completely Relax You Looking for a place to escape during a busy Nashville day? Well, no worries! We have seven spots for your enjoyment, whether during your lunch hour or a late afternoon. 7. Scarritt Bennett Center Mark Gstohl - Flickr With ten acres in the heart of Nashville, this gorgeous spot has more than enough space. A popular wedding venue, it has an expansive activist history. 6. Radnor Lake Michael Hicks A three mile loop and views of this gorgeous lake gives celebrities and local folk alike the opportunity to delve into their deeper sides. 5. Cheekwood Botanical Garden Michael Hicks - Flickr A 55-acre botanical garden and art museum, it is located on the historic Cheek estate. It was built in 1929 and has more than a quarter of a million people visiting a year. Their special events are perfect for a date night too - if you're in the market. 4. Centennial Park RecoilRick - Flickr This Nashville gem is smack dab in the middle of town and proffers expansive fields, a running track and a slew of local events. 3. Nashville Public Library Courtney McGough - Flickr Located in downtown Nashville, their huge reading room and courtyard space are perfect when you're looking for a bit of peace and quiet. 2. The Frist Center for the Arts Sean Davis - Flickr The Frist opened in 2001, but the actually building was built in the early 1930s, utilized as the main Nashville post office. The art, both within the walls and in its architecture, is positively stunning. 1. Stones River Greenway Casey Fleser - Flickr Bike, skate or run the exceedingly long Stones River Greenway. You'll have gorgeous views and a perfect place to train for that half marathon you're eyeing. Do you have any favorite secret spots in Nashville…? Let us know below!