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Known as Music City, Nashville has been a staple in country music for the past 40 years. It’s also home to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry and the diverse Music Row, which houses several country, gospel and contemporary Christian music companies. Nashville also offers numerous opportunities to catch a glimpse of the past at the Belle Meade Plantation, a full-scale replica of the Athens Parthenon, several Civil War battle sites, and Vanderbilt University. The city hosts the CMA Music Festival and CMA Awards each year, as well as a film festival and marathon. The city is also home to the United States’ largest population of Kurdish immigrants, making for unique dining and cultural experiences.

What to Do in Nashville

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Belcourt Theatre
The Belcourt Theatre originally started as a silent movie house that opened in 1925 and was named formerly as Hillsboro Theater. The theatre has turned...
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Belle Meade Plantation
Tennessee's premier plantation estate. Features tours of an 1853 Greek-Revival mansion, winery, horse stables, carriage house, dairy and slave cabins....
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Your price: $52
Belmont Mansion
The Belmont Mansion is a historic mansion which is situated on the campus of Belmont University and currently operates as a museum. It is also known as...
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Your price: $38
Bridgestone Arena
The Bridgestone Arena is a multi-purpose venue located in downtown Nashville. It was formerly known as the Nashville Arena, Sommet Center and Gaylord Entertainment...
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Central Railway Museum
The Central Railway Museum is a railroad museum that operates as a small nonprofit facility. The museum is dedicated to the preservation of the heritage...
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The Cheekwood is an art museum and botanical garden which covers 55 acres. Its location is on the western edge of Nashville. The mansion was formerly the...
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Your price: $34
Cooters Place
The Cooters Place is the one and only Dukes of Hazzard museum and shop in Nashville. It is being managed by the one who played the role of Duke Boy’s stalwart...
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Country Music HOF
The Country Music Hall Of Fame and museum has been musically entertaining the public since 1967. It is being managed by the Country Music Foundation, which...
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Your price: $44
Devils Dungeon
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Your price: $30
Frist Center
The Frist Center started on April 2001 which has been a venue that showcases artworks of local, national and international artists. The Frist Center has...
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Your price: $48
General Jackson
The General Jackson is a showboat that was named after another riverboat that was built in 1817 which got its name from Andrew Jackson. The currently existing...
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Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry started on November 28, 1925 as one hour radio. It is now a country music stage concert that is produced weekly. It staged the famous...
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Lane Motor Museum
The Lane Motor Museum was established by Jeff Lane in 2002. It first displayed its collection to the public on October 2003. Jeff lane acts as its Director...
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Nashville Predators
The Nashville Predators are a professional team in ice hockey which is based in Nashville. They play in the National Hockey League of the Western Conference...
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Nashville Sounds
The Nashville Sounds are a baseball team in the minor league of the Pacific Coast League. The minor league baseball team is the Triple-A affiliate of the...
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Nashville Zoo
The Nashville Zoo is a historic plantation farmhouse and a zoo that covers an area of 200 acres. Its location is six miles southeast of downtown Nashville....
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Your price: $30
Scarritt Bennett
The Scarritt Bennett was established in 1988 as a conference and retreat center and non profit education. It was originally organized in Kansas City for...
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State Museum
The Tennessee Museum’s first building opened in 1937 and moved to its current location in 1981. The museum is about the great history of the Tennessee...
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Tennessee State Parks
The Bicentennial Mall State Park is a 19 acre urban state park situated in downtown Nashville in the shadow of the State Capitol. It opened on June 1,...
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Tennessee Titans
The Tennessee Titans is a professional team of American Football which is based in Nashville. The professional Football team plays in the National Football...
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The Hermitage
The Hermitage is a historical museum and plantation situated ten miles eastern downtown of Nashville in Davidson County. It opened in 1889 as a museum...
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Travellers Rest
The Travellers Rest is a historic plantation which was first built in 1799 with a 2 story structure and 4 rooms. It was built by Judge John Overton. The...
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Your price: $20

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