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Fall Events: Three cool things at Cheekwood Harvet

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This year, Cheekwood added a second Pumpkin House to it’s Harvest display. {Photo Provided}

EVENTS | Nashville — The temperature may still be in the 90’s but it’s officially fall y’all. You can celebrate all things fall at Cheekwood Harvest running now through October 27. We checked it out, and here are five things you shouldn’t miss if you go:

Over 5,000 mums are scattered throughout the 55-acre estate. {Photo Provided}

1 | The Mums. Cheekwood Harvest boast over 5,000 chrysanthemums in every shade of autumn one can imagine. The property in Belle Meade has them scattered in every direction.

2 | The Scarecrows. This year exhibit are all classis storybook themed. Prior to the opening, groups, classrooms, churches, neighborhoods, and work peers were invited to submit a scarecrow based on a literary character or an author of their choice. The results did not disappoint.

3 | The Pumpkin House and Patch. The folks at Cheekwood constructed, not one, but two, 11-foot-tall Pumpkin House surrounded by pumpkins in dozens of varieties that you can purchase and take home.

It’s also a perfect spot for the fall family photos or just an Instagram selfie. Cheekwood is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, click here. •

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