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From musical attractions to historic landmarks, you’ll never run out of things to do with our top-rated Nashville tours at the best prices. Nicknamed the Athens of the South, there’s an abundance of history in Nashville that makes it perfect for history buffs. Visit The Parthenon, a replica of the famous Greek structure, the Adventure Science Center is a great place to spend an afternoon with your little ones, and don’t miss out on some live music at the honky-tonks on Broadway. Book tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Grand Ole Opry, all top Nashville attractions! Explore the charms of this charming southern city on action-packed sightseeing tours and grab the best deals with Nashville city tours.
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Our tips for Nashville

  • Food scene. Taste the best of what Nashville has to offer. The city’s vibrant culinary scene is immensely popular, so make sure to do thorough research of the coffee shops, barbeque, fine dining, and casual dining options before your trip to know what are the places you’d like to visit.
  • Multi-cultural vibe. Visit Plaza Mariachi, a converted grocery store that houses shops, markets, and restaurants, and explore Nolensville Road for a taste of the multi-cultural scene of the city. Sample Thai, Mediterranean, Latin, Cuban, Indian, and other cuisines and experience the ethnic and immigrant side of Nashille through its food, shopping, and music.
  • Connect with nature. If you’re an outdoorsy person, then Nashville won’t disappoint! There are plenty of gorgeous parks, hiking trails, walking paths and bike lanes within the city. Rent a bike and go exploring, enjoy a morning hike at Radnor Lake and attend a yoga class on the front lawn of the Parthenon.

Good to know

Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is a lively city celebrated for its extensive history, thriving music scene, and unmistakable Southern allure. Renowned as the "Music City," Nashville holds a profound connection to music, being recognized as the birthplace of country music. It boasts iconic venues such as the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Nashville is a prominent gathering place for songwriters, drawing talented musicians from around the globe. The city is teeming with music publishing houses, recording studios, and live music venues, providing an ideal environment for aspiring songwriters.

During the 1950s and 1960s, Nashville played a pivotal role in shaping the "Nashville Sound," a subgenre of country music characterized by refined production techniques and orchestral arrangements that expanded the appeal of country music to a broader audience. One of Nashville's notable attractions is the full-scale replica of the ancient Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Situated in Centennial Park, this impressive structure was originally constructed for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in 1897 and later reconstructed as a permanent monument. It stands as a testament to Nashville's architectural prowess and adds a touch of classical grandeur to the city's landscape.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Nashville?

    The months from April to October are ideal for a Nashville visit as the beautiful summer weather makes it perfect for sightseeing. December is also a good time and if you’re a budget traveler, this is the ideal month for a visit as it is a low season and rates are comparatively lower.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    There are plenty of ways of getting around Nashville like regular cabs, rented bikes, electric scooters, and pedicabs. The MTA bus service is another budget-friendly option and has 2 routes: The Green Circuit (which runs between the Gulch and Bicentennial Mall) and the Blue Circuit (which runs between Riverfront Station and the Tennessee State University campus) which cover many Nashville attractions. A good way to get around the downtown area is by free golf carts (although tips are encouraged).

  • Q: What are the top attractions to visit in Nashville?

    There are several must-visit attractions in Nashville that you shouldn't miss. These include iconic landmarks like the Grand Ole Opry, Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, Johnny Cash Museum, The Parthenon, and the Belle Meade Plantation. If you're looking to experience the vibrant music scene, Music Row and Lower Broadway are highly recommended with their abundance of live music venues and lively atmosphere.

  • Q: Can I take day trips from Nashville?

    Indeed, Nashville offers a range of day trips and nearby attractions that are worth exploring. Many visitors enjoy taking a trip to the Jack Daniel's Distillery located in Lynchburg, where they can learn about the famous Tennessee whiskey. Another popular option is to visit the delightful town of Franklin, known for its historic sites, quaint shops, and vibrant Main Street. Additionally, embarking on a scenic drive along the Natchez Trace Parkway provides breathtaking views and an opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

  • Q: How do I make the most of the music culture in Nashville?

    Nashville's live music scene is widely celebrated. A multitude of venues, particularly along Broadway and Music Row, showcase live performances. Downtown Nashville is filled with honky-tonks and bars that offer live music from morning till night. The Bluebird Cafe and Exit/In are additional renowned venues for experiencing captivating live performances. To fully immerse yourself in Nashville's rich music culture, attending live shows at iconic venues is a must. You can also enhance your experience by taking guided tours of the Country Music Hall of Fame, visiting music museums, and exploring the city's music-related attractions and historical sites.

  • Q: What to do if I have one day for sightseeing in Nashville?

    Begin your day by immersing yourself in the history of country music at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Explore the captivating exhibits that showcase the evolution and impact of this genre. Take a short stroll to the nearby Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. In the afternoon, Head to Broadway, the bustling heart of Nashville's entertainment district. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as you explore the iconic bars that line the street. Make your way to Centennial Park and visit The Parthenon to end your day. Marvel at the awe-inspiring full-scale replica of the ancient Greek temple and take your time exploring the fascinating art and artifacts housed within.

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