Dahlia Gardens Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
East of downtown Nashville, Tennessee and close to the southern bank of the Cumberland River is the semi-rural neighborhood of Dahlia Gardens. Dahlia Gardens consists of older small-to medium-sized ranch homes on narrow roads. An industrial park borders the neighborhood to the west.
Some of the schools in the area include Cameron Middle School, Margaret Allen Middle School and Napier Elementary School.
Their customers say that the Hermitage Café is the place to go after bar-hopping, and they rave about the cheeseburgers, steak and egg platters, and desserts.
Directly across the Cumberland River from Dahlia Gardens is the Shelby Bottoms Greenway and Nature Park, adjacent to Shelby Park. It has 12 miles of trails through hardwood forests, wetlands and streams and has a three-mile frontage on the Columbia River.
The General Jackson Showboat offers a variety of cruises on the Columbia River the most popular of which is their three to four hour-long dinner-and-a-show cruise.
Just to the east and around a river bend is the Opryland complex, the home of the Grand Ole Opry and the Gaylord Opryland Hotel.
Historic RCA Studio B is the place where Elvis Presley made over 150 recordings. A total of over 35,000 recordings were made here that include over 1,000 top-ten hits.
The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to musicians of all genres. A young Jimi Hendrix once performed on their stage.
The Nashville Zoo is a popular place for younger kids. Besides the animals, the zoo sports an elaborate wooden playground that kids won’t be able to resist.