SHOW DATES AND HOURS:
January 30 – Feburary 1, 2015
Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
FULL SCHEDULE COMING SOON.
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville combines spectacular gardens, fine antiques, and horticultural items into one outstanding three-day show. Located in the Music City Center in vibrant downtown Nashville, the show’s 150+ exhibitors, renowned experts and fabulous gardens make it the ultimate destination for new and ardent antique collectors, avid gardeners, those seeking design inspiration, and anyone who enjoys a breath of spring in the midst of winter. Over the past 24 years, the volunteer-managed show has raised nearly $6 million for Cheekwood and ECON.
Unique Features of Antiques & Garden of Nashville
- As the largest show of its kind in the United States, it has served as a protype for major shows throughout the U.S.
- More than 1,000 patrons attend the Preview Party and Opening night and between 10,000 and 15,000 attend the three-day Show.
- Past lecturers include: HRH Prince Edward, Lady Carnarvon, Charlotte Moss, Mario Buatta, Albert Hadley, Bunny Williams, Colin Cowie, Martha Stewart, Jennifer Boles, Gil Schafer, Nina Campbell, Bobby McAlpine, Michael Bruno, Alexa Hampton, Ryan Gainey and many more.
- Our National Advisory Committee is comprised of some of the most spectacular names in design, including: Charlotte Moss, Bunny Williams, Carolyn Englefield, Alexa Hampton, and Margot Shaw.
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville is an annual charity event whose purpose is to raise funds for Cheekwood and ECON, by exhibiting the highest qualtiy antiques, landscaped gardens, and horticultural items and by offering a related educational outreach program.
Cheekwood is Nashville’s beloved 55-acre estate, Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. Recently awarded sixth best garden on the list of “Top 10 Best Public Gardens” in the USA Today’s Reader’s Choice Awards, Cheekwood brings art, education and horticulture to hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, impacting our region by enhancing the lives of many through its Outreach and Educational Programs. Thousands of school children visit annually allowing them to experience the beauty of the relationship between art and horticulture and to grow to have an appreciation for culture in their community.
The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) is a non-profit dedicated to raising funds for over 20 various charities with a focus on children and families in the Nashville area. ECON provides a dynamic forum for community leaders to discuss economic, social and political issues of special interest to Nashvillians.