Pay your respects to the legends of country music at this treasure trove of Nashville history, with exhibits celebrating America’s favorite music, from Hank Williams to Garth Brooks.
The fabled Ryman Auditorium concert theater was the home of the Grand Ole Opry for 30 years, and continues to be a must-stop venue for every major country music artist.
Return to the plantation days of the old South at this majestic and stunningly preserved estate, which was originally built by President Andrew Jackson in 1804.
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The 30-acre plantation mansion at Belle Meade provides an ornate living history of Southern life in the eras of slavery, the Civil War and the Reconstruction of the South.
After a big show at the Ryman next door, see the real Nashville, honky-tonk style, at Tootsie’s unpretentious, intimate bar and music venue.
Originally built as a replica of the famous Grecian monument, this enormous columned wonder has become its own historical landmark. Visit a towering Athena statue and excellent fine art museum.
In a town rich with music history, the Wildhorse Saloon gallops into the modern era, with a state of the art concert venue and sizzling dance club.
With only 120 seats, the Bluebird Café is the ultimate spot to get up close and personal with the biggest Nashville stars and hottest upcoming talent, in an all-acoustic setting.
The park was dedicated during the bicentennial celebration in Nashville and is overlooked by the capitol. The view from the capitol is gorgeous, probably the best in the
Roberts Western World is one of the best known country and western music venues on the Broadway - Nashville's famous strip of honky tonk bars. It has friendly staff (drop