Nashville October 30, 2017
by Meghan Kraft 11 Things You Absolutely Must Do In Nashville This Fall
Nashville is beautiful any time of year, but we are particularly fond of Music City when the leaves begin to change and the air grows crisp and bright in the mornings. We’ve pulled together a great list of places for you to visit and experiences for you to take part in over the next – albeit short – season, before winter comes and Christmas takes over once again. We’re here for fall, Nashville – what have you got for us?
these gorgeous trails just outside of Nashville - they're perfect for immersing yourself in fall foliage.
We take you through the trails of Brentwood, a Nashville suburb that hides some of the best hiking in Middle Tennessee. Gorgeous, isolated and just close enough to Nashville to get your city fix, these are the kinds of hikes you remember for years to come.
10. Is there anything that screams, "autumn" more than
The Loving Pie Company is located in Nashville, Tennessee, and they make delicious from-scratch pies that they can even blend into a milkshake - really. Your favorite pie in a milkshake. Is there anything better?!
9. Visit this Nashville lake, and learn
the eerie story behind it...
There's an odd story behind Center Hill Lake, located just a couple of hours from Nashville. Read the story and learn the history, then go check out the fall foliage along the water. It makes for a neat experience!
historic Nashville monument is located in the most beautiful place.
Shy’s Hill is a historic monument located just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, and it was erected to honor the fallen in the Battle of Franklin.
7. Drive the
loneliest road in Nashville, windows down and music blaring.
Neelys Bend is located in Madison, just north of Nashville and it's a beautiful place to drive at al hours of the day.
6. Take a note from God's book and enjoy a meal amidst the greenery at
the Greenhouse Bar.
This is probably the prettiest bar in Nashville, mainly because it is decked out in all the beauty of the outdoors.
5. Check out some of the
best pumpkin patches around the city.
Because who doesn't want to go to a pumpkin patch in October?!
4. And a
few apple orchards to top it all off.
What a perfect idea for a date or a sweet morning out and about with friends. There are four spots perfect for a day trip from Nashville.
tiny town turns into an autumnal wonderland every fall.
D'you know what town we're talking about...? Here's a quick hint: it isn't Franklin.
gorgeous road trip will show you Nashville fall foliage like you've never seen it before.
A fall foliage road trip is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday, and we've mapped out the best parks and areas to enjoy your time in Nashville.
1. And here's just a quick remind why Nashville is
the best kind of city in the fall.
There's nothing prettier than the south - well, really anytime of year - but we can't get over Nashville in autumn.
Check out the unwritten rules every Nashvillian lives by, if you’re curious.
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