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September 29 is National Coffee Day! Learn about the legacy of coffee at Cheekwood and how it is reflected in the Museum’s collection.
This July, Cheekwood kicked off an exciting undertaking to restore one of the estate’s most beloved original garden features within the seven-acre historic core.
The Cheek family brought back references to this elegant European symbol of hospitality to their estate, Cheekwood.
In 2012, Cheekwood embarked on a five-year process of preparing and planning for a historic restoration of the mansion’s interior.
In honor of our 60th anniversary as a public institution, we're taking a look back at how Cheekwood became what it is today!
It’s Historic Preservation Month! Did you know that Cheekwood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places?
Step back in time and experience Christmas in the 1930s inside the Cheek residence this holiday season.
May is National Preservation Month! Learn about all of the historic preservation initiatives in the works at Cheekwood.
Renovation of The Frist Learning Center began before the holiday season, and it has been a fascinating journey. Read more about our progress on this exciting project.
It's been 82 years since Huldah Warfield Cheek’s presentation to Her Majesty Queen Mary of England at the Court of St. James.
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