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Nashville Attractions


Nashville is well-known as the Country Music Capital of the World, so it's no surprise that many of its most popular attractions are music-related.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a great place to learn about the history of the beloved genre, while the Grand Ole Opry, and Ryman Auditorium offer the opportunity to catch popular acts in equally-famous settings. The General Jackson Showboat also offers dinner enterainment on a historic 300-foot (91m) paddleboat.

Nashville offers more tha country music however, and visitors can learn about the city's long and proud history at the Tennessee State Museum and the Belle Meade Plantation.

Nashville has plenty of pretty outdoor spaces, including Centennial Park (home to Nashville's famous Parthenon) and Radnor Lake, as well as seven golf courses. Children will enjoy the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, and the Adventure Science Center.


Belle Meade Plantation

One popular Nashville attraction that is not music-related is the Belle Meade Plantation, known as 'the queen of Tennessee…

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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

If you are a visitor to Nashville, chances are you are there because you are a country music fan. That being the case…

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Grand Ole Opry

The home of the world-famous country music show, the Grand Ole Opry, is now in Opryland Drive in a vast 4,400 seat auditorium…

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Parthenon

The centrepiece of Nashville's Centennial Park is the world's only full-scale replica of the Parthenon temple in Athens,…

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Ryman Auditorium

This National Historic Landmark in downtown Nashville, nicknamed the Mother Church of Country Music, is regarded as the…

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Tennessee State Museum

The interesting Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest of its kind in the nation with a huge array of permanent…

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