Tennessee State Museum

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The museum, located in North Nashville, provides the State of Tennessee with a freestanding, contemporary space built to last several life times. The building is composed of 100-year materials such as granite, marble and bronze. Limestone pillars, white oak beams and high glass walls are featured prominently around the 140,000 square foot building, which also features a 250-seat digital learning center, a children's educational suite, and a grand entrance hall that can also serve as an event space.
 
The second floor houses the majority of the museum's collections, which range in subject matter from a set of mastodon bones to Civil War battle flags. As it is designed, museum-goers are able to move from the geological formation of the area thousands of years ago to the first contact between indigenous Americans and Europeans up to the present day.

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