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Greet the season of reflection with new journals and sketchbooks. We’ve got all sizes and styles to suit the writers and artists in your life.

Be sure to stop by our gift shops during your next visit! The Mansion Gift Shop is located inside the Historic Mansion & Museum. The Garden Gift Shop and Holiday Marketplace is located in the Frist Learning Center. To see our gift shop hours, click here.

Wellness 360 is Wellness 365—keep that self-care commitment all year. We’ve got challenges and journals, aromatherapy balms and shower bursts, soaps and candles, mats and water bottles.

Our unique children’s gifts will inform, inspire and entertain. We’ve got nature-themed books for all ages, “tools” for discovering the outside world and high-quality games.

Keep those hands and minds busy this winter with all sorts of DIY projects. What will it be: a terrarium or bird house? Grand ikebana display or framed pressed flowers? Maybe even custom lip balm!

Capture the sunlight and transform the day with these carefully crafted suncatchers of brass, crystal and gemstones. Four styles are beautifully packaged and ready for giving.

Everyone appreciates new kitchen towels, and this bright and beautiful assortment will delight your favorite cooks. You might want to treat yourself to a few.

Help the garden lovers on your list get ready for next season with new tools and a wide selection of books to suit all interests: trees, garden plants, flowers, weather, birds, and more.

Looking for the perfect holiday gift? We have several one-of-a-kind items to choose from in our Mansion Gift Shop, Garden Gift Shop, and Holiday Marketplace! Stop by one of our gift shops when you’re here for
Holiday LIGHTS
to knock out some of your holiday shopping. Whether you’re looking for unique handmade jewelry or holiday goodies to display this season, we’re open year-round to meet all your gift giving needs. Check out some of our highlights below for our favorite gifts of the 2021 holiday season!


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