Nashville, Tennessee is a city brimming with energy. Music spills out of every honky-tonk on Broadway, restaurants serve up down-home Southern foods, and history and art are on display all over town: Music City truly lives up to its name.
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Fairlane Hotel Nashville
Breakfast at the hotel
Offering 1,300-acres of serene forests, trails, and wildlife, the Radnor Lake area is a literal breath of fresh air for cooped-up Nashvillians.
Location:1160 Otter Creek Rd, Nashville
Interactive exhibits like Critter Encounters and Lorikeet Landing as well as exhibits dedicated to African elephants, flamingos, and meerkats keep local animal lovers intrigued.
Location:3777 Nolensville Pike, Nashville
It’s known as “the Smithsonian of country music” for good reason, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum spans 350,000-square-feet, packed with thousands of artifacts, two performance theaters, and countless rotating special exhibitions.
Location:222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville
The Parthenon, originally constructed as a temporary exhibit for Tennessee’s 1897 Centennial Exposition, is a full-scale replica of the iconic Athens structure that became so popular it is now a permanent Nashville fixture.
Location:2500 West End Ave, Nashville
Philip Krajeck’s East Nashville pizza-focused spot Folk debuted in early 2018 and has since earned its way into the regular restaurant rotation for many locals. Consistency, clam pies, and chicken Milanesa from the McFerrin Park restaurant prove that yes, Krajeck can steer two ships at once.
Location:823 Meridian St, Nashville
Housed in an art deco building, Nashville’s hub for visual arts displays works from local, state, and regional artists as well as national and international exhibitions.
Location:919 Broadway, Nashville
Fifth + Broadway is the new mixed-use development located conveniently on Broadway in Downtown Nashville. The building combines restaurants, shops, office space, a museum, and residential units.
Location:5036 Broadway Pl, Nashville
Great food and great wine go hand-in-hand, and at Sixty Vines they believe all of it tastes better together.
Location:5055 Broadway Pl Suite 3200, Nashville
Stop at Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery for a part history lesson and part good old-fashioned whiskey tasting. Brothers Andy and Charlie Nelson revived their great-great-great-grandfather’s family business.
Location:1414 Clinton St, Nashville
The Tennessee State Museum is a large museum in Nashville depicting the history of the U.S. state of Tennessee.
Location:1000 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville
Laid-back bar with a sustainable focus offering seasonal cocktails live music & art exhibitions.
Location:509 Houston St, Nashville
Runners, commuters, and sightseers alike can be found crisscrossing this skyline landmark at all hours of the day, often pausing to admire the picturesque Cumberland views.
Location:Nashville, TN 37213
Creating exceptional southern-inspired entrees for breakfast, brunch, and lunch as well as hand-crafted cocktails that are each “craveably” delicious and made with an artisanal flair!
Location:208 Commerce Street Nashville
GEODIS Park, situated in the heart of Wedgewood-Houston, is home to the Nashville Soccer Club. This 30,000-seat stadium is the largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States and Canada. Looking to catch a soccer game?
Location:501 Benton Ave, Nashville
From his humble beginnings in Arkansas to his groundbreaking Folsom Prison performance to his love affair with June Carter, this is a fully encompassing journey of Cash and his legacy.
Location:119 3rd Ave S, Nashville
As a premier provider of escape rooms, The Escape Game’s adventures play like Hollywood blockbusters with twists, turns, and jaw-dropping surprises around every corner.
Location:162 3rd Ave N, Nashville
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