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Community Events & Tours

Community Events

The Land Trust for Tennessee hosts community events throughout the year at Glen Leven Farm, an historic, urban 64-acre farm that is not regularly open to the public.

Click here a full calendar of upcoming events at Glen Leven and across the state.

Nature Hikes at Glen Leven Farm

Get out in nature just ten minutes from downtown Nashville at The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Glen Leven Farm. Recharge during a self-guided hike along the 1.4-mile Nature Trail, which features a variety of towering trees, multiple habitats, and special activities that will leave you inspired to explore nature in your own backyard. Each month will feature a different special activity, so be sure to join us all year!

Tickets are $5 per person (no charge for children 2 and under). Guests are encouraged to reserve a timed-entry ticket online prior to visiting. Walk-up tickets are also available (credit card only).

Click here for dates and times.

Group Tours 

Tours of The Land Trust for Tennessee’s Glen Leven Farm are available by appointment and focus on the site’s historic and natural resources. These guided tours include a walk on the grounds around the 1857 Greek Revival home, the historic outbuildings, the Arboretum, and the Education Garden. Groups may also request to hike along the 1.4-mile Nature Trail. Tours can be customized to highlight a particular topic of area of the property upon request.

  • Please allow up to 90 minutes for all tours.
  • Dress for the weather and the farm.
  • Closed-toe shoes are recommended.
  • Reservations are subject to cancellation due to severe weather conditions. If there is a threat of inclement weather, you will be contacted to reschedule your visit

Group Tour Introductory Rates 

  • $15.00 per guest 
  • 15-count group minimum 

Contact Us

For additional information and to inquire about a Group Tour of Glen Leven Farm, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will be in touch.
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