NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Fall is in the air at Cheekwood!
The property in Belle Meade is decorated for its signature fall festival: Cheekwood Harvest.
Hundreds of pumpkins are scattered around the estate. There are also 5,000 mums and two 11-foot tall houses covered in gourds on display.
You can also check out scarecrows designed by the Nashville community. This year, churches, schools and other organizations were challenged to make a scarecrow that resembled a storybook character. Cheekwood is telling Harvest-goers to take a selfie with their favorite scarecrow. The best photo will win a family membership to Cheekwood.
Cheekwood's Beer Garden is back this year. Every Saturday and Sunday during the festival, pub fare and beers on tap are available for purchase.
During the last week of the festival, the Halloween Pooch Parade will take place. On Saturday, October 26, dog owners are encouraged to bring their pet in costume for a stroll, costume contest and popsicle eating contest.
Cheekwood Harvest runs through Sunday, October 27.