If you’re planning a trip to Nashville, then you want to make sure you make the trip worth it. We’ve found seven places that truly make Music City what it is, and we’re sure you’re bound to fall in love with it over and over again.
7. Centennial Park
A scale replica of the parthenon in Greece, this is a gorgeous park that truly exemplifies the beauty of the south.
6. Honkytonk Highway
Take a walk down Broadway and go line dancing, hear some fresh talent or pop into Tootsie's for a drink or two.
5. Shelby Park & Greenway
This is a local hangout, so take a bike ride or simply walk the greenway for miles with a loved one.
4. State Capitol Building
The beautiful capitol building is on the National Historic Registrar, and was designed by William Strickland. It's the final resting place for James K. Polk, as well as his wife.
3. Carnton Plantation
Tennessee is steeped in Civil War history, and the Carnton Plantation is located in Franklin, just a quick drive from Nashville. You can tour the Antebellum plantation and visit the largest Confederate cemetery in the nation.
2. Country Music Hall of Fame
If you're a country music fan, you probably came to Nashville to hear a bit about some country legends, didn't you?
1. Ryman Auditorium
You can't visit Music City without a visit to the Mother Church. Check the events calendar, and you may be able to score tickets to a pretty amazing show. All the greats have played here, and it's a true experience to be in the audience.