Sip Beer And Mingle With Ghosts In One Of Nashville’s Oldest, Most Haunted Bars

There are plenty of old haunts in Nashville, pun most definitely intended. The colorful honkytonks downtown have been around for ages and there are hole-in-the-wall East Nashville venues that have attracted locals for years. The real question is: how many of them have a haunted history? The answer is not many, except for the highly popular Flying Saucer. Located in Nashville’s downtown neighborhood, it’s a local’s dream and a tourist’s treasure.

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If you’re looking for a bit more state history, this park is five times larger than Central Park and is rife with state story.