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ADMISSION TICKETS

All guests, including members, must reserve a timed-entry ticket online prior to visiting. No tickets will be sold on-site.

The Historic Mansion & Museum is currently closed and will reopen on July 18, 2020 with the opening of the Chihuly at Cheekwood exhibition.

ADMISSION TICKETS  |  JUNE 22 – JULY 17


TICKETS FOR CHIHULY

All guests, including members, must reserve a timed-entry ticket online prior to visiting. No tickets will be sold on-site.

MEMBERS  |   GARDENS ONLY WITH CHIHULY

MEMBERS  |   GARDENS & MANSION WITH INDOOR CHIHULY

NON-MEMBERS  |   GARDENS ONLY WITH CHIHULY

NON-MEMBERS  |   GARDENS & MANSION WITH INDOOR CHIHULY


To redeem complimentary tickets or use a discount, including a military discount, please call 615.353.6965 or email info@cheekwood.org with your contact information and day and time you would like to visit. Visitors Services staff are available daily from 9 AM – 5 PM.


CHEEKWOOD MAP

To minimize touch points, Cheekwood will not be handing out printed materials on-site. Please download a map of the estate by clicking the button below.

CHEEKWOOD MAP

HOURS OF OPERATION

June 21 – July 17
9 AM – 5 PM  |  Tuesday – Sunday

Chihuly at Cheekwood
July 18, 2020 – January 10, 2021
9 AM – 4:30 PM  |  Tuesday – Sunday

Chihuly Nights
July 18, 2020 – January 10, 2021
5 PM – 10 PM  |  Thursday – Sunday*
*excluding select dates

Hours subject to change for special events.
Cheekwood is closed on Mondays, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day


CLOSURES

Operational changes still in effect include the limiting of interactive spaces, including in-person tours, select programs and classes. Events and private rental use are available for groups up to 25.

Additionally, the Historic Mansion & Museum remains closed and the Frist Learning Center is currently open for restroom access only. Both buildings will open on July 18, 2020 with the opening of the Chihuly at Cheekwood exhibition.

The Bracken Foundation Children’s Garden is open with the exception of the CoreCivic Foundation Secret Passageway located inside the Grandy Scarlett Studio Pavilion.

Café 29 and the Garden Gift Shop are open at 50% capacity.

Café 29 Menu


PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Please click here for more information and to see all of our happenings and special events.

Temporary Visitor Guidelines

The health and safety of our guests, staff and volunteers remain a top priority at Cheekwood. In line with the latest guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Tennessee Department of State Health Services, and the City of Nashville related to COVID-19, Cheekwood kindly requests your support by adhering to the following protocols to protect your health and safety.

• Visit another day should you not feel well or have symptoms of COVID-19.

• Practice social distancing by staying six feet apart from others.

• Use every day preventative measures (e.g. wash hands, cover coughs, etc.)

• Cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged in outdoor areas. All visitors are required to wear cloth face coverings when entering buildings. Parents are encouraged to follow CDC guidelines regarding the use of masks for children.

Please check out our Know Before You Go page via the button for all information guests should familiarize themselves with before visiting, including new safety and procedure protocols.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO | Additional FAQS, Safety Procedures, and Guidelines

Safety Protocols and CDC Guidelines

Safety protocols are being followed in accordance with recommendations of the CDC and Mayor John Cooper’s “Roadmap to Reopening Nashville” Plan. Cheekwood, in accordance with CDC guidance, recommends individuals stay 6 feet apart and travel in groups no larger than 6.  Cheekwood also recommends wearing personal protection at all times while visiting the facility to include cloth face coverings in accordance with CDC guidelines. Cheekwood also recommends that persons more vulnerable or at-risk for COVID-19 as identified by the CDC take extra precaution or refrain from use of the facility during this initial phases of re-opening.

In visiting Cheekwood, you agree to assume all responsibility for your health and well-being and will not hold Cheekwood responsible in any way with respect to COVID-19. 

Good to Go is a hospitality safety program created by The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties, to help businesses in every industry confidently welcome residents and visitors as the city reopens.

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