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.
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.
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.
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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.
On an historic plantation estate, the kid-friendly Nashville Zoo is home to an eclectic, pettable crew of exotic animals, like flamingos, lemurs, and leopards.
It's been a while, but we loved this museum. It was free admission (I believe it still is). Awesome museum. They even had a mummy at one point. Hope it's still there.
See the making and history of these classic instruments, and then enjoy a nearby performance of live country artists on stage when CMT Live shoots their episodes right at
This was the second year that I attended Fan fair. I greatly enjoyed it both of the times that I went. The ticket prices range from $130 to $200 a piece, but this is for 4
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The Belmont Mansion is a snapshot back into the 19th century south, a magnificent antebellum home that stayed with Adelicia Acklen through three marriages in pre/post