Whether you live in Nashville or have just found yourself on a little southern jaunt to Music City, there are a few things you simply CAN’T miss out on. Curious, locals? Intrigued, tourists? We’ve found a few of the best things to do in Nashville that are sure to round out your Music City bucket list, right here.
12) Cheer on the Preds at Bridgestone.
Learn the chants online and wear a solid shade of yellow to the game - this is where you see Nashville competitiveness shine!
11) See what's cookin' on a Friday night in Five Points.
Five Points is a happening spot in East Nashville, where you can run by a skeezy bar, grab a slice at Five Points Pizza, and check out the fun festivals.
10) Enjoy a craft cocktail at Holland House.
It's decadent in the best way. Also, it's way close to #8 on our list. Girl's night out, maybe? Classy bachelor party?
9) Grab a scoop at Jeni's.
They don't call them splendid ice creams for nothin'! We're a big fan of the Brambleberry Crisp. Plus, with two locations - East Nashville and 12 South - you can indulge no matter where you're at.
8) Have a burger at The Pharmacy.
The Farm Burger boasts enough meat to give you a solid case of the sweats - worth every dang minute, though.
7) Order extra hot chicken at Prince's.
It's a Nashville staple and is completely necessary.
6) Play pick up frisbee at Centennial Park.
Springtime is the best time when it comes to Centennial Park. You can catch the Shakespeare festival late in the summer, and it's always good for a run around the track.
5) See a show at the Ryman.
Is this even a question? Go to the Mother Church of Country Music. It's necessary.
4) Take a turn on Broadway - just to giggle at the tourists.
This is just SO entertaining. Everyone is wearing cowboy boots and Taylor Swift curls circa 2006. Rock on, crazies!
3) Walk 12 South on a lazy Saturday afternoon.
It's perfect for a little window shopping and fresh air in the springtime.
2) Walk the pedestrian bridge.
Another great date spot, the pedestrian bridge spans the Cumberland and gives you a rockin' view of the city.
1) Watch a Nashville sunset from Love Circle.
This one gets #1 because it's gorgeous AND romantic. Pack a picnic lunch and stay awhile.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Nashville? Who knows…we just may make another list. Leave your thoughts about what you consider the best things to do in Nashville!