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Nashville, TN

When you think of Nashville, what comes to mind? It used to be country music, maybe for you it still is (it’s music city after all) but there’s so much more to explore. Cutting edge restaurants, a flourishing music scene, and eclectic shops filled with a style you won’t find anywhere else. So get out there and embrace a loud music venue with the peace of mind that you’ll be retreating to a nature oasis the same night.


Attractions in Nashville, TN

The Country Music Hall of Fame

The Country Music Hall of Fame has over two million artifacts that tell the story of country music’s roots. It’s a must-see for any visitor. READ MORE.

Music Row

Tour the area known as Music Row and see RCA Studio B where Elvis recorded more than 200 hits. READ MORE.

The Ryman Auditorium

This iconic venue was established in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. You can take a Self-Guided or Backstage Tour or visit in the evening to experience a show with world-class acoustics. READ MORE.

The Grand Ole Opry

Dedicated to honoring country music's rich history and dynamic present, the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. READ MORE.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

Home of the Nashville Symphony, you can catch a show in a gorgeous building designed to mimic some of the world’s greatest concert halls. READ MORE.

Explore Broadway
culture

Dance the night away on Lower Broadway among the honky tonks where the live music flows into the streets. This is the strip of Nashville that never sleeps. At all hours you’ll find songwriters strumming inside venues or on street sides. Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, the wild horse saloon, and the hard rock are just a few of the clubs you’ll find along with other lively bars and restaurants. READ MORE.

The Frist Art Museum
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As you walk up the stairs of this classic art deco building, you’ll be greeted by giant sculptures that make for some great instagram photos. Step inside and explore two-levels of art galleries with rotating exhibits throughout the year. There’s also a creative space for kids to get hands-on with guided art projects. READ MORE.

Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge
culture

Take a stroll across the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge and you’ll have one of the best views of Nashville. You can snap some amazing photos and have fun exploring the park below. READ MORE.

The Adventure Science Center
culture

More than 175 hands-on exhibits focused on biology, astronomy, physics, earth science, energy, weather, sound, and space and is home to state-of-the-art Sudekum Planetarium. READ MORE.

The Gulch
dining

This neighborhood has some of the best restaurants and beer gardens with amazing outdoor patios. An exciting combination of the old, the adapted, and the cutting edge, the Gulch pulsates with opportunities for the very dining and shopping. READ MORE.

SOBRO
culture

SoBro, south of Broadway and part of downtown, has bustling bars, cool restaurants and a vibrant music scene.

Germantown
history

This historic neighborhood was Nashville’s first suburb. You’ll see some of the most consistently preserved Victorian architecture here. READ MORE.

Tennessee State Museum
culture

Take an adventure through art and artifacts, films, interactive displays, and events – that brings 13,000 years of history to life. Beginning with "The Tennessee Time Tunnel," a chronological survey of the state’s history, visitors are invited to explore exhibitions that delve into Tennessee’s geological beginnings; First Peoples; statehood and impact on the nation; pivotal role in The Civil War and Reconstruction; place in the Women’s Suffrage and Civil Rights movements and more. READ MORE.

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
history

Located in the shadow of the Capitol in downtown Nashville, Bicentennial Capitol Mall gives visitors a taste of Tennessee’s history and natural wonders. With just a simple walk in the 11-acre park, visitors can experience many facets of Tennessee’s history including a 200-foot granite map of the state, a World War II Memorial, a 95-Bell Carillon, a Pathway of History and the Rivers of Tennessee Fountains. READ MORE.

Nashville Farmer’s Market
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Right next to Bicentennial Mall is home to a daily Farmers Market with local farmers and farm-fresh produce and plant sellers; an interior Market House with unique restaurants and specialty shops; and a weekend Flea Market with independent entrepreneurs selling new and used items. READ MORE.

Tennessee State Capitol
history

Taking a walk up the hill from Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is the best way to access the Capitol while taking in all of the natural beauty that surrounds it. The distinctive tower is designed after the monument of Lysicrates in Athens, Greece and is designated as a civil engineering landmark for its innovative construction. READ MORE.

Nashville Sounds Baseball
culture

Visit the location about a half-mile north of the Capitol where baseball was first introduced to Nashville in 1860 by Union Soldiers. Today, the new state-of-the-art First Tennessee Park sits in its place where the Nashville Sounds play. READ MORE.

War Memorial
history

The War Memorial Auditorium is a 2,000-seat concert hall and performance space located directly in front of the Tennessee Capitol. Built in 1925, it used to serve as the home of the Grand Ole Opry during 1939-43.The names of 3,400 Tennesseans who lost their lives in WWI are inscribed on the wall of the courtyard. READ MORE.

Tennessee Performing Arts Center
culture

From national tours of Broadway musicals to shows by the Nashville ballet you can see it all at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. READ MORE.