Things To Do & Upcoming Events:

  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum: This is a must see for music lovers. Explore the chronicles of music while viewing over 3000 stage costumes, original songs, manuscripts and musical instruments.
  • Visit the Grand Ole Opry-shows Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays all throughout the month of August
  • Visit the Cheekwood Gallery and Botanical Gardens, A 55-acre estate which includes a botanical garden, a mile-long sculpture trail, a learning center, and the Museum of Art
  • If you love history you don’t want to miss a visit to:
  • The Hermitage – Home of President Andrew Jackson. The museum includes original artwork, furniture, textiles, personal items, wallpaper, and much more!
  • BellMeade Plantation- Founded by John Harding in 1807.
  • Spend the day in Germantown, one of Nashville’s historic neighborhoods. Great restaurants and shops throughout the neighborhood making it the perfect place for a daytime stroll or nice evening out.
  • Visit downtown Nashville – hub of entertainment and activity including live music, great food, concerts, and nightlife.
  • Visit the Jack Daniels Distillery
  • Visit the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, a 200-acre zoo and historic plantation farmhouse located just 6 miles southeast of downtown Nashville.
  • Visit the Nashville Parthenon art museum, a full-scale replica of the original Greek Parthenon in Athens. Built in1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
  • Eat at the Pancake Pantry, a local favorite since 1961. Address- 1796 21st Ave S Nashville, TN 37212
  • Learn about Civil War history at battle sites such as the Battle of Nashville and the nearby Battle of Franklin and Battle of Stones River.
  • Browse 13,000 square feet and four stories of vintage musical instruments at the famous Gruhn Guitars, established in 1970.
  • Attend the Bell Witch Bluegrass Festival – held the 2nd week of every August.


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