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Live music, festivals, and top sights from Parthenon to Centennial Park—discover it all in West End.
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Just a short ride from Nashville’s downtown honky-tonks, a much-loved replica of Greece's most famous temple serves as the high altar to the city's cultural life.
Spend a day at one of Nashville’s most beloved green spaces, which features a walking trail, an ornamental garden, art exhibits and concerts.
The pride and joy of Nashville residents and hallowed ground for country music fans the world over.
Catch an event at Nissan Stadium during your trip to Nashville. Experience the fascinating museums or attend a sporting event in this vibrant area.
Enjoy the collegiate vibe around Vanderbilt University, a top university in Nashville. Attend a sporting event or simply enjoy the lively bars while you're in the area.
You’re toes will be tappin’ in no time at this incredible country-music-history hoedown.
Venture to the heart of country music, Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame®, for an up-close look at legendary artists, lively exhibits, and soulful tunes. Whether you like bluegrass, Cajun, rockabilly, or honky-tonk, this self-guided tour explores a century of country music culture.
Strike a chord in the Music City and feel the harmonies of history, music, and bourbon with the Nashville Sightseeing Flex Pass, your key to saving over 50 percent on 20 of the city’s iconic and rhythmic attractions, including access to the Gray Line Music City Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour.
Discover the magic of Music City in the most entertaining way possible—on a pub crawl that's full of trivia and anecdotes from Nashville's storied past. Absorb downtown Nashville's local flavor, visiting 4–5 lively watering holes, each with their own unforgettable personality.
Immerse yourself in the long-standing tradition of Old No. 7 with a day trip to the distillery in historic Lynchburg, Tennessee. Board a bus in the heart of Nashville and head south toward Lynchburg, where the Jack Daniel Distillery was founded and still stands.
Circle the sights of the country music capital of the world aboard a comfortable hop-on hop-off trolley that allows you to visit the city's famous landmarks at your own pace. Learn about music legends at the Country Music Hall of Fame, and tour the beautiful campus of Vanderbilt University.
Zipping is a thrilling adventure especially when you have a bird’s eye view of the trees in our 40-acre forest nestled in the rolling hills of Nashville. Zippers sail through the air on steel cables, secured in a safety harness and attached to a zip pulley system.
The lively bars and live music are top of the list for many visitors to Midtown. A stop by Nashville Broadway or Hank Williams Jr. Museum might round out your trip.
Get a feel for the historic music flowing through the heart of Nashville in this cradle of country and gospel genres.
While Edgehill might not have many sights to explore, venturing just a little farther will lead you to top things to see and do like Nashville Broadway and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Gulch is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Nashville Broadway or Yazoo Brewing Company.
Hillsboro Village is noteworthy for its coffeehouses, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Belmont Mansion and Belcourt Theatre.
Travelers enjoy Sylvan Park for its restaurants and live music. Consider checking out Martin Center for Nashville Ballet while you're in the area.