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In Spring 1929, the Cheek family took what can only be described as a “trip of a lifetime.” For an estimated three months, Leslie Sr., Mabel, and Huldah Cheek journeyed abroad...
If you’re a Cheekwood visitor or member, chances are you love the arts! By purchasing a Tennessee Specialty Arts License Plate, you can help drive arts funding for Tennessee.
Cheekwood is Nashville's premier wedding destination. With a busy wedding season just ahead, we asked Special Events Manager Lauren Ratcliff about the year's most defining style trends.
Can you name five women artists? The National Museum of Women in the Arts is asking the same thing as part of their annual initiative to recognize females in the art world.
Cheekwood’s 26th Annual Scholastic Art Exhibition is now on display and features incredible student artwork.
On a trip back from New York, Mabel Wood made a stop in Guthrie, KY, to see who she knew. There, at Guthrie, Leslie Cheek noticed Mabel and sought out to find her name and destination.
For the 26th consecutive year, Cheekwood is proud to host the regional competition and exhibition for Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Awards, recognizing art achievements by students in grad
Nashville's winter season can often bring fickle weather forecasts, from record-breaking sunny days to ice storms. But it can also be one of the most peaceful times to get outside.
Eighty-seven years ago, in January 1929, Mabel and Leslie Cheek, Sr. began the new year by receiving the first of many floorplans from their recently appointed architect, Bryant Fleming.
While many think winter is a time to hang up the gardening gloves, Patrick says it's often the best time to roll up your sleeves and get to work to ensure a fruitful spring harvest.
The most stunning winter stroll of the season returns for its second year with one million dazzling, sparkling lights.
On November 29, 2016, we're proud to participate in Giving Tuesday.
Celebrate the special people in your life with the gift of a poinsettia on our enchanting Poinsettia Tree!
As we prepare for the most wonderful time of the year, we’re recruiting numerous volunteer hosts to help us share this incredible installation with our guests.
This year, we celebrated "Howl-o-ween" with our first-ever Halloween Pooch Parade on October 22.
On Saturday, October 29, we will celebrate our 17th annual El Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead.
This year, Cheekwood was designated a Center of Excellence by the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council (TUFC).
On Sunday, September 18, children and families donned their festive fall finest and headed to Cheekwood for the third annual FALL FOR CHEEKWOOD, a Family Benefit.
Autumn is in the air, and with it comes a variety of fall foliage special to the season.
A new season is upon us, and we’re eagerly welcoming Cheekwood Harvest, our six-weekend-long fall program, starting September 17.
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