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Ms. Cheap Day at the Frist Center

Presented by The Tennessean and Frist Art Museum at Frist Art Museum, Nashville TN

Aug 27 2015
Ms. Cheap Day at the Frist Center

The Tennessean and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts have joined forces. Join Ms. Cheap on Thursday, Aug. 27, and receive free admission to the “Italian Style” show.

Visitors who mention Ms. Cheap receive free gallery admission and $3 parking in the Frist Center visitor lot (as space is available). Join us at 2:3pm in the Frist Center Auditorium to meet Ms. Cheap and talk about your money-saving ideas. Ms. Cheap Day visitors also will receive $5 off any regularly priced Frist Center membership, a 15 percent discount in the Frist Center Cafe from 1:30pm to 5:30pm and gift shop discounts.

Are you an Insider? Enter to win coffee and dessert with Ms. Cheap at


Free Admission

    Official Website


Additional time info:

Join us at 2:30pm in the Frist Center Auditorium to meet Ms. Cheap and talk about your money-saving ideas.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


Frist Art Museum

919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203


Parking in Frist Art Museum lots is reserved for Frist Art Museum visitors, volunteers, and staff only. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking Lot Hours
Visitor parking begins 30 minutes before the museum’s doors open. The lot closes at 3AM. No cars are allowed in the lot between 3AM and 30 minutes before opening.

Guests are encouraged to carpool and use rideshare services. You may also want to consider using WeGo Public Transit.

Parking rates
Frist Art Museum visitors: $2 per hour / $20 daily maximum
Frist Art Museum non-visitors: $10 per hour / $30 daily maximum
(Credit cards only; no cash accepted)

A flat rate parking fee may apply for certain special events.

Here’s an interactive map from Nashville Downtown Partnerships Park It Downtown


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