If you are a lover of good music, food, and history then the “Music City” is for you. The city is dotted with exceptional restaurants, music venues, and historical locations galore. Not long after taking in the ambience of the city you will come to see why greats not only recorded music here but returned year after year to play in this city. The following are some excellent places to stop and visit if you ever find yourself passing through or on vacation in Nashville. No trip to Nashville is complete without taking in a great show! One of the best places to see a show in Nashville is at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium. It is home to many amazing musical performances. It is also the home of the Musicians Hall of Fame Museum, where you can see featured musicians from all genres, dating from today all the way back to the beginning of recorded music. In many cities Farmers Markets are a new trend growing in popularity - Nashville’s market has been operating since the early 1800s! Featuring locally grown and sourced produce for everyone all year long. The venue has two huge covered farm sheds as well as an indoor market house. Inside you will find 16 vendors selling the freshest seasonal foods to all market goers. Since 1925 the Opry has been the site that made country music a household sound. Anyone who enjoys country music cannot consider a visit to Nashville complete until they take in a night at the Opry. The Grand Ole Opry has not succumbed to age and today many contemporary musicians are featured here. The Nashville Zoo is the home to over 300 animals that live over the 200 acres of land that makes up the zoo. The zoo offers close up animal encounters with loveable animals for everyone to see. Many animals from all over the world live here. Come see elephants, ostriches, zebras, and more. The lemurs and red pandas are always a hit with the kids! If the team is in town, an awesome way to spend a day is watching a Tennessee Titans game. The Nashville fans are wonderful and welcoming! The team has called Nashville their home for more than twenty years and home games are an exciting sports experience to take in.
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This is the world's only full-size replica of the ancient Greek temple. It houses the tallest indoor sculpture in the western world, a statue of Athena, ancient goddess of wisdom and learning, the deity for whom the original Parthenon was erected. Originally built for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in 1897, the building became unsafe and was rebuilt in 1929. It is an exact replica of the Greek temple, its architecture including not a single straight line; no two columns are the same size, nor are they placed the same distance apart. No two steps are the same size and the floor is not square or level. A proud symbol of Tennessee’s Capitol city, the “Athens of the South,” the Parthenon houses the city’s permanent art collection, plaster casts of the Elgin Marbles, a gift shop, and visitors center.
Established in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, Ryman Auditorium is a National Historic Landmark and must see for any Nashville visitor. Most famous as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 — 1974, there is far more to the story of Music City’s most recognizable icon. Take a Self-Guided or Guided Backstage tour and discover what makes the Ryman, the “Soul of Nashville.” At the start of your tour, you will be immersed in the Ryman’s magical history during “Soul of Nashville,” a one-of-a-kind theater experience which puts the spotlight on more than a century of legendary performances and showcases a new collaboration with Darius Rucker, The Fisk Jubilee Singers, Sheryl Crow and Vince Gill. Five new exhibits are now open! “Workin’ on a Building,” “Showplace of the South,” Mother Church of Country Music,” “Ryman Stage to Screen,” and “Ryman Renaissance”. Peruse genuine artifacts and enjoy videos with hosts Charles Esten, Marty Stuart, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Skaggs, Robin Roberts and Trisha Yearwood as they take you through each chapter of the fascinating Ryman story. Explore its rich entertainment history and how the Ryman became known as the "Carnegie Hall of South" during the years when Caruso and Sousa performed, Theodore Roosevelt spoke, and Houdini escaped in the 5th Avenue vestibule timeline. Then, take your place center stage, grab a guitar and step up to the microphone while you have your photo taken on the legendary planks. Visit the Ryman Gift Shop and take a piece of music history home with you! Find exclusive Ryman merchandise including tee-shirts, Hatch Show Prints, and novelty memorabilia along with specialty CDs and DVDs. And now, you can make your own custom shirt at the all new activity station. Open daily from 9 am until 7 pm with extended hours during events. Take a Guided Backstage Tour* through dressing rooms dedicated to the stars of the Ryman's rich musical past including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Minnie Pearl, and stand in the wings where performers as varied as Elvis Presley, James Brown and Katharine Hepburn stood awaiting their time in the spotlights. Make a Record at the Ryman! Do you sing? Visit the Ryman's recording studio and cut your own CD**! Choose from a selection of classic songs or bring an original composition of your own and let our sound engineer record your rendition right in the Ryman Auditorium. Your Ryman Records CD — labeled with your name and song — will make a great souvenir or special gift. The all new Cafe Lula features fresh, heathy fare with an emphasis on rotisserie cooking. Dine in or grab and go! Open daily 7 am – 7 pm with extended hours during events. Open for Tours Daily from 9 am – 4:30 pm. Self-guided tour: adults $20.00, children 4-11 $15. Backstage tour: adults $27.50, children 4-11 $22.50.
If you love THE DUKES OF HAZZARD (And Americans of all ages do), you will love a visit to Cooter’s Place. This is Nashville’s one and only Dukes of Hazzard Museum and Shop, operated by none other than ol’Cooter himself. Ben Jones, who played the Duke Boy’s stalwart sidekick, is your host at this tribute to Hazzard County. This expanded museum features Pictures, Props, Costumes, and Memorabilia from the beloved hit television show. Also displayed are Cooter’s Tow Truck, Daisy’s Jeep, Rosco’s Patrol Car, and of course, a General Lee, the 1969 Dodge Charger which has achieved iconic status among fans of the show.
Located in the shadow of the Capitol in downtown Nashville, Bicentennial Capitol Mall gives visitors a taste of Tennessee’s history, natural wonders and serves as a lasting monument to Tennessee’s Bicentennial Celebration, which was June 1, 1996. During the urban building boom in downtown Nashville during the late 1950s and early 1960s, the Tennessee State Capitol disappeared from sight on the east, west and south sides. The northern side of the Capitol was not conducive to the construction of skyscrapers due to the swampy conditions that existed in many areas between the Capitol and the Cumberland River. Because of its natural attributes, the historic French Lick that attracted wildlife, Native Americans, trappers and settlers to what would become Nashville also preserved the remaining view of the Capitol and became the home of the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. With just a simple walk in the 19-acre park visitors can experience many facets of Tennessee’s history including a 200-foot granite map of the state, a World War II Memorial, a 95-Bell Carillon, a Pathway of History and the Rivers of Tennessee Fountains. The 11 planters along the Walkway of Counties show native plant species from different regions of the state. The two page park map is a helpful and informative tool for those wishing to take a self-guided tour of the park. To learn more about our seasonal, ranger-led guided tours, please visit our activities page. A variety of events are offered throughout the year. An annual highlight is Tennessee’s History Festival. Held in the fall, this free event is a popular educational field trip for area schools. During the festival historical interpreters provide hands-on demonstrations of period trades and activities providing a glimpse of how people lived from day to day during the mid 19th century. Schools and groups wishing to attend the festival may make reservations with the park manager. The visitor center, picnic tables and restrooms are located under the train trestle. Picnic tables are available on a first come, first serve basis. Adjacent to the park is the Nashville Farmer’s Market. Open year-round, the market is home to restaurants and shops with a wide variety of offerings and cuisines. The park features a 2,000-seat amphitheater that provides dramatic views of the Nashville skyline. Composed of terraced lawns, the amphitheater was designed after the Greek theater at Epidaurus. The amphitheater may be reserved for a fee. The park is used for many special events. In addition to park sponsored events, the park is a popular location for many local and regional events. Portions of the park may be impacted during these events with park and Metro Nashville street closures being involved during the week and weekends. We are sorry for any inconvenience to our guests during these times and appreciate your patience.
Nashville KOA, located in the music capital of Tennessee, is just minutes away from the bright lights of Music City. It's the perfect place to stumble across the next rising country music star. Located in the Music Valley area of Nashville, this KOA is just two miles from the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills shopping and the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store. The friendly staff at the tour desk can assist with tickets and tours to area attractions, including the Grand Ole Opry, sightseeing tours of the city and historic plantations, and various music venues. Tours leave right from the campground. This KOA hosts top-notch entertainment at the on-site Goodman Hall (in-season), which is also available to rent for private events and special occasions. Back at the campground, relax in KOA's country-like setting with beautiful shade trees. Your family is sure to enjoy the campground's many activities, themed weekends and large swimming pool. Pool: May 1 - October 15. Max pull thru: 102 feet.Visit Nashville KOA
Two Rivers Campground is a quiet, peaceful place located just 2 miles north of Opryland and the newest, most exciting shopping experience of this century, Opry Mills.Visit Two Rivers Campground
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