The Nashville Opry Garden is made up of 9 acres of indoor gardens and it is divided into three separate areas. They are Cascades, Delta, and Garden Conservatory. The outside garden is called Magnolia.
Delta is the largest room of the Opry Garden with fountains, restaurants, river with boat rides, fish in the river, second story walkway that walks into a shopping area, waterfalls that go into the river and lots of plants and trees. There is a glass ceiling on this room with a height of several floors.
Garden Conservatory is the next largest and it has a restaurant, a 2nd floor walkway thru the center of the room. There are several small waterfalls with walkways going by and under them. There are several exotic plants and trees.
Cascades are in the next room at the end. It is an inside room, with a dining area in the center. There are several waterfalls together at one end that cascade down from a couple stories up down to a pool of water.
There are several fountains that when they come on form a dome, and other that shoot a stream of water several feet into its destination. The room is filled with many beautiful plants.
Magnolia is an outdoors garden that branches off the end of Delta and Garden Conservatory. The centerpiece is a pool of water with a fountain that shoots up 20 plus feet, and a stream the winds around. There are trees and plants that decorate this garden, done in great taste.