About Church Street Park
Church Street Park is a centrally located pocket park that covers just over 11,000 sq. ft. but packs a punch with its daily programming offered FREE to the public.
Revitalized in 2022 thanks to a partnership between Metro Parks, the Historic Capitol Corridor Foundation, and the Nashville Downtown Partnership, Church Street Park is a beloved community asset shared by residents, downtown employees, and visitors alike.
Iconic French Fermob bistro tables and chairs, a recess cart with your favorite games, LED lighting, seasonal landscaping, and free daily programming powered by Amazon are just a few of the new features you’ll enjoy on your next visit.
These recent upgrades aim to ensure that the park is a clean, safe, active and attractive place for all to enjoy an outdoor respite in the heart of downtown Nashville.
What’s the Same?
Alongside its many recent improvements and programming, charming characteristics that have been enjoyed by park-goers for years remain.
"Piecing It All Together", the Church Street Park mural, was completed in 1998 by Murals & More LLC founder Michael Cooper. The mural is still enjoyed by park goers and passersby, and provides a beautiful backdrop for downtown’s premier pocket park. Fun Fact: the jigsaw puzzle mural is 3 stories tall and 50 yards long!
For a list of Church Street Park House Rules, click here.
Questions can be directed to the friendly neighborhood Park Hosts who staff the park 7 days a week, or sent directly to the Parks Team at firstname.lastname@example.org