I took out yesterday (in my car with new TN license plates) to explore my new city. Sally (my GPS) and I determined the route to Dragon Park. I had heard about this park and wanted to see what the excitement was all about.
Today’s post is simply to give you the overview. As you can imagine, I absolutely loved the details in the mosaics. You’ll have to wait for the next post/s for the details!
“About Fannie Mae Dees Park
Also known as “Dragon Park,” thanks to artist Pedro Silva’s mosaic-tiled sea serpent sculpture, Fannie Mae Dees Park sits across the street from the Vanderbilt campus and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
Leashed pets are welcome, and the park is graced with plenty of trees and shade. A picnic area and a recently refurbished playground make it an ideal spot for families. A small public restroom is located near the playground equipment.”
(Information used from Parents Connect)