Finding something unique in Nashville isn't hard. From the incredible honky-tonks to the many museums, there's plenty of the odd and unique here. However, when it comes to the most unique attraction in Nashville, the Fontanel Mansion may just be the winner.
Found just minutes from downtown, this place is far from ordinary. It boasts 27,000 square feet of space under a log home roof. Barbara Mandrell and Ken Dudney used to own the home, which has three stories, over 20 rooms, five fireplaces, two kitchens and so much more. It may not seem very unique yet, but throw in the indoor pool, indoor shooting range, 136 acres of land and the many photo and video shoots that happen here very year and you get something far outside the ordinary box.
Along with everything the mansion provides on its own, the walls and rooms have also been covered with memorabilia, photos and items from when the Mandrell/Dudney family occupied the home. It's one of the only country music mansion tours in the world and provides something you just won't find elsewhere.
Around the Fontanel Mansion
If you decide to stay within the area, you will find so many other things around the property including:
- The Woods Amphitheater
- Cafe Fontanella
- Goo Goo Outpost
- Prodigy Signature Disc Golf Course
- The Trails and Metro Parks Greenway
- AdventureWorks Ziplines
- Prichard's Distillery
- And More!
The Inn at Fontanel will be opening in February 2014, as well. This means, you can stay even closer to all the unique fun found here.
The Mansion is also available for private events and holds plenty of regular events throughout the year. If you're looking for something different, you can come and tour the Fontanel Mansion any day of the week from 9am to 3pm.
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