Tour the Glen Leven Historic Home and Working Farm: June 1

2017-10-27T07:52:11+00:00

DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER ISSUES, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED to JUNE 1

NASHVILLE. This Earth Day, April 22, 2017, celebrate the blooming of spring at The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Glen Leven Farm, a historic 65-acre oasis located four miles from downtown Nashville.

Spend the afternoon connecting with nature at this one-of-a kind working landscape, which is not regularly open to the public.

Enjoy a rare tour of the historic Thompson family home at Glen Leven built in 1857.

During your visit, plant a Tennessee wildflower and sample raw honey from the Glen Leven Farm Honey Bee Sanctuary. Breathe deeply in an arboretum that is home to the largest American Yellowwood in the country.

Nashville Interiors is pleased to promote the important work of the Land Trust for Tennessee

When you cross Franklin Pike on Thompson Lane, you are at the original northern edge of the property on a road named for the family who owned Glen Leven Farm. The historic landscape was given to The Land Trust by Susan M. West, a descendant of Nashville settler Thomas Thompson who came to Nashville with James Robertson in the late 1780s. Glen Leven is not regularly open to the public, so the Earth Day events are a wonderful opportunity to explore the beautiful interiors of this historic home, built in 1857.

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