The NEW Garden Shop opens in March 2023. This gift shop is located at Cheekwood’s entrance – in Botanic Hall. Stop by on your way in or out of Cheekwood to shop unique gift items and garden-themed merchandise.
The Garden Shop features a variety of goods, including small gift items, home décor, garden décor, children’s toys, and games. We also have expanded our selection of Cheekwood merchandise in the new shop. Bookmarks, cards, magnets, pins, keychains, mugs, apparel and much more with our Cheekwood logo are all now available.
The shop located at the Frist Learning Center, across from the Café is now closed.
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 and art – as well as Cheekwood souvenirs.
The Museum Shop also serves as the Book Shop! You can find books on Gardening, Plants, Floral Arrangements, Butterflies, Bugs and much more. Books on Art, Women in Art, Art History and Art Movements are also available.
A “Garden & Mansion” ticket is not required to visit the Museum Shop.
Cheekwood’s Online Gift Shop launched in 2021 and continues to grow! New products debut on the website every few weeks, so please check back frequently.
Items from both the Museum Shop and the Garden Shop are available online, as well as Cheekwood souvenirs and merchandise.
Gift Shop Hours & Contact
MUSEUM SHOP HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday | 10 AM – 4 PM
GARDEN SHOP HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday | 10 AM – 5 PM
During select evenings that Cheekwood is open to the public, the Museum Shop will re-open 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM. The Garden Shop will remain open until 10 PM.
For more information, please visit our store or call 615-353-6977
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for customer inquiries
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.