Labeled the “Music City, USA” in the 1950s, Nashville exists as an epicenter for iconic records and heritage alike. The pride of Tennessee, Nashville is both the state capital and haven for budding and international musical talent. Home to a humid subtropical climate, the city offers lengthy periods of seasonally optimal weather, perfect for the easy satisfaction of both locals and tourists. Serving as a witness to the five best sights and sounds, this idyllic destination is a port and railroad junction you need to see to believe. Read on to find out about the best activities in Nashville.
An authentic taste of Nashville awaits at Margaritaville, where you can sip on delectable beverages while sampling world-class culinary options. This is also the laid-back, rejuvenating experience you’ve been dying to make your own. A fantastic menu selection includes items like Peel & Eat Shrimp, Volcano Nachos and a Seafood Mac & Cheese that always hits the spot. Drink selections include world-famous margaritas like their Last Mango in Paris and Uptown Top Shelf Margarita, as well as a wide variety of wine and boat drinks.
Margaritaville is known for its ability to offer so much more than a wide menu and winning service standards. With a capacity to host your next social event, friendly function, birthday or anniversary, this Nashville location also offers its acclaimed reputation for use that adds to the memorable celebrations. Courtesy of the Nashville location, backed by a professional events team and a coastal aura, the Margaritaville experience is excellent, and well, something entirely worth discovering for yourself.
2. Ryman Auditorium
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On your way to Margaritaville along Honky Tonk Row, stop by Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, one of the state’s renowned venues for musical performances, assorted concerts and high-profile events. There’s always something happening in Ryman Auditorium that proves entirely worthy of your attendance. Affordable tickets are available online, as is the list of upcoming can’t-miss shows.
Ryman Auditorium in Nashville is headlined by international stars on a seemingly regular basis. Day in and day out, you can find a good time behind the welcoming front doors by way of a wide portfolio of performers that include musical talents like Ben Rector, Tori Kelly, Amy Grant and even the lovable Vince Gill. You’re also invited to experience the auditorium from rare angles, courtesy of a backstage pass that immerses you in the location’s inner workings. Ryman Auditorium has more than earned its moniker as the Mother Church of Country Music. Experience the pulse of the music industry, and their storied history, on site today.
3. The Parthenon
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Think it’s not possible to catch sight of the Parthenon without a flight to Athens? Tennessee natives already know the answer to that and it exists within Nashville’s Centennial Park. Near the recreated statue of Greek goddess, Athene, you’ll find a massive, to-scale replica of the Parthenon, constructed in 1897 as a fitting tribute to the Greek original. An architectural wonder from the outside, the Parthenon in Nashville serves as a functioning art museum from within.
Considered by many to be the absolute peak of monumental human achievement, the original Parthenon is worthily represented by this near replica. Inside the marvel, 63 individual paintings testify to individualized Nashville art - permanent installations that provide local flavor to an international architectural icon. A constantly rotating assembly of displays and exhibits also inhabits a portion of the Parthenon’s interior, making for a holistic art experience from the inside and out. Stop by after a visit to Margaritaville to catch a glimpse of the exterior columns or visit on select national holidays for publicly held events!
4. Cumberland Park
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The authentic outdoors is only an easy decision away, at Cumberland Park. Between drinks at Nashville’s Margaritaville, Cumberland Park offers both local residents and travelers a chance to experience the welcoming Tennessee outdoors. Partake in park sunshine while you stroll across the public grounds, at a pace comfortable for you. The ideal family-friendly venue in Nashville, Cumberland Park is situated along a river, with expansive green spaces.
Perfect for children and entire families, Cumberland Park actually provides complimentary play space for youth of all ages. An outdoor amphitheater at the park, lined with a healthy array of trees, can comfortably accommodate up to 1,200 participants. At “The Hollow”, children are provided a nature and activity area for interaction, while “The Scoops” allows for stepping-stone walking with accompanying mist. There’s even a climbing wall at “The Gorge!”
5. Country Music Hall of Fame
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Find yourself walking the halls that showcase the best of the best when it comes to country music. Yes, we’re talking about the Country Music Hall of Fame. Since 1964, the museum has existed partly to educate the world’s population as to the lasting legacy of endearing country music selections while, at the same time, preserving country music lore for the public at large to enjoy. The museum also plays host to exclusive events, featuring some of the biggest stars and producers from the country music industry.
New inductees are elected via an extensive process, ensuring that each artist deserves his or her place among the world’s biggest country music icons. The impressive collection of staple exhibits is both dynamic and informative, keeping your attention while educating on the foundation of this music genre. Changing displays also ensure that there’s always something new to see and explore on the premises no matter how many times you’ve already visited. The perfect place to take the family, Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame offers group tour discounts, special retail offers and more, ideal in rounding out your Tennessee experience.
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