When you head to Nashville, cowboy boots and a big cowboy hat aren’t required. But they’ll definitely help you get into the spirit when you take a Nashville tour, shop at the many stores, eat some world-famous barbecue, or catch a show at the Grand Ole Opry. Whether you choose a guided tour or go out and explore on your own, Nashville offers a wide range of hotels, activities and restaurants that will satisfy any traveler.
Nashville will always be one of those destinations that’s perfect for families, friends, singles, and couples. So get out those cowboy boots and that great big hat, pack your bags, and get on your way to Nashville.
From nationwide name brands and elite designers to eclectic local artisans, Nashville’s diverse shopping is perfect for any style or price range. It’s easy to spend two or three days treating yourself to a Music City shopping spree. If you’re into bargain hunting and exploring, don’t miss the Nashville Flea Market. One weekend each month, the city’s fairgrounds turn into a sprawling mecca of art dealers, antique collectors, and junk peddlers. Bring cash and be ready to haggle the way that every good bargain hunter knows how to do!
While Nashville has always been known for its music scene, the area is also full of talented and creative chefs, too. There’s enough going on in Nashville’s culinary scene to plan a trip just for eating. The creative juices flow in the city’s kitchens, which offer everything from Southern fare to haute cuisine and everything in between. If you love barbecue, you won’t be disappointed when you visit Nashville, since many of local spots appear on the city’s best-of lists.
Although Nashville is known as Music City, you can find everything from contemporary art to theater around almost every corner. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) occupies an entire city block and also houses the Tennessee State Museum. Among its many operations, TPAC presents a series of touring Broadway shows and special engagements.
Head down Honky-Tonk Highway any day between 10 a.m. and 3 a.m. to visit the clubs. You never know who you might see! None of the venues have a cover charge, and they all pump live music into the street. Honky-Tonk Central is three stories of live music, great food, and lots of fun. It’s one of Nashville’s most unique experiences and a must-see for music fans.
Nashville offers something for every member of the family, with family-friendly attractions, arts and historical sites, children’s theater, and music. There are over 100 attractions and activities that the entire family will jump for joy to see. Country-loving families won’t want to miss the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Nashville is full of great hotels, and there’s one to fit any budget. You can stay in the heart of the city within walking distance of all the area has to offer or move yourself to the outskirts for some quiet and luxury.
Whatever you decide to do when you visit Nashville, you’ll return home knowing you’ll be back soon! Make Nashville your new go-to destination.
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