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Legislative Plaza

Legislative Plaza


Legislative Plaza, outside to the east of the War Memorial Building, creates an open-air space for public events. Below ground is a labyrinth of government office spaces and committee rooms for the Tennessee General Assembly. Through the underground Motlow Tunnel, Legislative Plaza is connected to the Tennessee State Capitol. On the plaza stands a statue dedicated to the Women of the Confederacy also sculpted by Belle Kinney and a monument to the Tennesseans who served in the Korean War by sculptor Russell Faxon. Vietnam Veterans Park lies south of the building and contains a statue by Nashville sculptor Alan LeQuire. Humanities Tennessee’s Southern Festival of Books is held at Legislative Plaza each October.



Legislative Plaza

301 6th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37243


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