Fort Negley is a place where people and history come together. It is a place to learn that we are a part of history and not apart from it. The Park is open year round from dawn to dusk for self-guided tours.
From Fossils in the Fort, free lectures, re-enactments, educational programs, hiking trails, and the Monarch Butterfly Garden to the annual Taste of Wedgewood-Houston fundraiser, there is something for everyone!
Join us the second Saturday of each month at 2pm to learn about the rich 155+ year history of the park from one of our staff!
The Sons of Union Veterans meets at the Fort Negley Visitors Center the fourth Monday every other month from 7 pm to 8 pm. Programs are open to all.
Celebrate one of Nashville’s most historic neighborhoods at the 4th annual Taste of Wedgewood-Houston a 21-and-up mixer on September 24, from 6 – 9 PM at Jackalope Brewing Co.
Tuesday, May 21, 10:30 am
Historic Nashville Park Recognized as Globally Significant to African-American History Panel Discussion to Follow National Announcement on Tuesday, May 21
Each first Saturday, beginning at 6pm is art night in Nashville. Drop by Nashville’s fastest growing neighborhood for a free arts and music walk.
Join us the second Saturday each month, 10 am to noon, to begin your fossil hunt or just to learn more. Geologists and other experts will be on hand to guide your search and answer questions.
Exhibit runs February 5th through June 19th during Visitors Center hours. Seventeen Men is an exhibition that profiles and honors select members of the 25th USCT, led by Captain William A. Pricket.