Nashville – Tennessee
“We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.”
– Dolly Parton
There’s so much more to Nashville besides great Country music. However, if you’re a Country music fan, you’re going to love Music City. Must-see museums include The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and The Johnny Cash Museum. And no trip to Nashville would be complete without a visit to the Grand Ole Opry. Country music legends past and present perform here. Be sure to stop by the world- famous Bluebird Cafe. Country music superstar Garth Brooks was discovered at this popular club.
Fun Nashville Attractions
Take a guided historical tour of Nashville’s famous Plantations. Stroll down Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville. This popular entertainment district is renowned for its fun honky-tonk bars, live country music, fun restaurants and shops. Check out some of Nashville’s top attractions:
- Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage – Plantation and Museum
- Belle Meade Plantation
- The Bluebird Cafe – one of Nashville’s most famous music venues
- Cheekwood Estate & Gardens
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Frist Art Museum
- Grand Ole Opry
- The Johnny Cash Museum
- Nashville Zoo
- The Patsy Cline Museum – located above The Johnny Cash Museum
- The Parthenon at Centennial Park
- Ryman Auditorium – a National Historic Landmark
Book Nashville Sightseeing Tours, Day Trips and Fun Things To Do
Explore the city of Nashville on a fun Guided Sightseeing Tour. Get tickets to a live concert at the world-renowned Grand Ole Opry. Enjoy a Guided Plantation Tour and Wine-Tasting. Cruise on Nashville’s Cumberland River aboard one of the country’s largest paddle-wheel boats. Take a Guided Backstage Tour of the Grand Ole Opry House and follow in the steps of famous Country legends. Get Tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame. See Nashville’s top attractions on a fun Hop-On-Hop-Off Trolley Tour. See the homes of some of Nashville’s biggest Country Music stars on a “Homes of the Stars” narrated bus tour.
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The Best Time To Visit Nashville
The best time to visit Nashville is during Spring and Fall when temperatures are mild and there’s less humidity. It gets quite muggy between mid-May and mid-September.