Gift Shops

Garden Gift Shop

The Garden Gift Shop is located in the Frist Learning Center Courtyard, adjacent to Café 29 and the Historic Stable & Tack Room. This little shop has items that you will definitely want to take home with you, from gardening gloves to decor, there’s something for everyone in the shop – including a large childrens selection. For more information, please visit our store or call 615.353.6977.


Museum Gift Shop

Located on the ground floor of the Historic Mansion & Museum, visitors can browse a variety of gifts and souvenirs in this shop. Whether you’re looking for a special gift or the perfect souvenir, you will find it here. This shop features jewelry, scarves, home goods, art, stationery and more. For more information, please visit our store or call 615.353.6977.


Online Gift Shop

Cheekwood’s Online Gift Shop is officially open! The Cheekwood Retail Team will continue to add products to the website over the next few weeks. Please check back frequently as we add more products from our Museum Gift Shop & Garden Gift Shop.

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Gift Shop Hours

MUSEUM GIFT SHOP HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

GARDEN GIFT SHOP HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday Night Out Hours  | 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM*
*Click here for more information on Thursday Night Out


You’ll always find something unique among the gift shop’s many affordable, relevant offerings, including:

• A wide selection of books on gardening and the arts

• Fun accessories to decorate your garden or help it grow

• Children’s toys, games and accessories

• Objects to brighten and beautify your home

• Many Nashville, Cheekwood and exhibition themed items

• And more…

Don’t forget – members receive 10% off in the gift shops!

Buy the Cheekwood Book

Cheekwood is excited to announce the arrival of the first comprehensive book exploring its historic origins as a private estate and tracing its evolution to the beloved destination that it is today. The book is co-authored by Leslie B. Jones, Cheekwood’s former Vice President of Museum Affairs and Curator of Decorative Arts, and Shanna T. Jones, Cheekwood’s Plant Collections Manager, with forewords by Charles Birnbaum, President of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, and Ridley Wills, acclaimed local historian. The 128-page, hardcover book is richly illustrated with 135 photographs over its four chapters and is being published with Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers, made possible by the generosity of Katherine and Pete DeLay.

The book, titled Cheekwood, offers an unprecedented window into the family home of Leslie Cheek and his wife Mabel Wood, investors in the family Maxwell House Coffee business, and explores the creation of the extraordinary historic estate designed by Bryant Fleming in the 1930s, with its Georgian-revival mansion, formal gardens, and expansive viewsheds and vistas.

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