This region of Central Tennessee is called home by about 550,000 locals.
Grand Ole Opry, a globally renowned attraction, is what entices many visitors to Nashville. Without a doubt, you'll regret it if you miss out on seeing it for yourself.
An afternoon at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds or Wave Country is a wonderful opportunity for some family bonding. If that isn't enough to tyre the young ones out, why not check out the Discovery Centre at Murfree Spring and Nashville Shores Waterpark as well?
Enjoy the amazement and wonder in your children's eyes as they meet the incredible animals at the Nashville Zoo. The Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge also offers an entertaining and educational experience.
If you like to think of yourself as a lover of all things wine, take the opportunity to stop by a local winery. You can sample a few regional varieties at Arrington Vineyards.
If you're curious about the local species of flora, try Opryland Hotel Gardens. Alternatively, spend a relaxing afternoon getting lost among the pathways and appreciating the range of plants and flowers at the Cheekwood.
Take off your shoes and feel the cool grass beneath your feet at an oasis of greenery like Centennial Park or Riverfront Park. Radnor Lake State Park and Hadley Park are a few more spots where you can surround yourself in greenery.
It's a good idea to call in at Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau. The helpful staff will be able to give you advice and inspiration to get the most out of your time here.
If you find solace in the re-energizing effects that simply being near the water can bring, you're in the right place. Marrowbone Lake and Radnor Lake are just two of the serene natural waterbodies around here that you should stop by. A drive to Canoe Music City or Percy Priest Lake is also rewarding, if not for the intriguing birdlife, then for some more splendid scenery.
Put on some comfy shoes and get ready for adventure. There are numerous nature reserves around this area that are just waiting to be explored. The fresh, crisp air and natural surroundings at Edwin and Percy Warner Parks and Bledsoe Creek State Park are as rejuvenating as it gets. For some extra downtime, head to Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill and Long Hunter State Park.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Adventure Science Centre both have a number of captivating displays. Ask the friendly staff about special happenings or walk the tranquil halls on your own. Looking for more? Also pencil in visits to the Tennessee State Museum and the Lane Motor Museum.
With a good number of impressive art exhibitions to wander around, you might need a slight push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a coffee and heading straight to the Parthenon or the Frist Centre for Visual Arts. More colourful canvases and splendid sculptures are waiting for you at the Local Colour Gallery and the Carl Van Vechten Gallery.
Discover exhibits packed with information and artifacts that delve into the fascinating past of this region at the Historic Mansker's Station Frontier Life Centre.
Time spent exploring history is never wasted. Let the Vanderbilt University and Belle Meade Plantation help you form a deeper understanding of the area's past. If that's not enough to satisfy your inner history geek, also check out The Hermitage and Tennessee State Capitol.
Discover the immense stronghold of Fort Nashborough. Learn about its impressive defence mechanisms and let your imagination run riot thinking about the sieges that happened right under your feet.
Want to learn about the local faith? Make time to see Upper Room and the Sri Ganesha Temple. Many spiritually inquisitive travellers also put The Village Chapel on their must-see list.
It's much better to look back on your life and say, "I can't believe I did that," rather than, "I wish I did that." So, while you are here you should also pay a visit to some of the less famous sights, such as the Fort Campbell and the Tennessee Performing Arts Centre. Two more worthwhile attractions are Governor's Residence and the Nashville Public Library.
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