Nashville February 10, 2019
The 10 Best Places To Visit In Nashville In 2019
There’s no doubt that visiting Nashville, Tennesee is on bucket lists around the world. It’s the city that bleeds music, the Hollywood of the south, a place for dreamers and doers alike to come and toss their hat in the ring. It’s where Taylor Swift got her start, where Garth Brooks played in smoky venues before stardom. If you’re planning on visiting this star-addled city, this country lovers dream town, then you have to visit these places in Nashville this year.
1. Check out
these incredible spots
that hearken historic Nashville.
From the Ryman Auditorium to Fort Negley, this guide will take you to Nashville's thinly veiled historic underbelly, the places that reek of history and give a solemn nod to the War Between the States. Nashville is full of heart for its past, and these spots are perhaps some of the most incredible physical manifestations of it.
These seven places in the city will make your kids fall absolutely in love.
Nashville may be fun for adults, but it's not all honkytonks and bars in Music City. There are splash pads and kid-centric museums (a few are even free!), and a whole lot of nature to explore.
The oldest church in Nashville may come as a surprise...
Music City is proud to be called, "The Buckle of the Bible Belt," a city that's chock full of places to worship. One of the oldest in the city is St. Mary of the Seven Sorrows, a gorgeous feat of human architecture and design.
A trip down
Nashville's own biscuit trail is a must!
Though the city is perhaps better known for its link to cayenne-infused hot chicken, it's the city's biscuits that really get the locals talking. Served with jam and butter or a heaping crock of gravy, there's no way to go wrong with a southern biscuit.
Yep, the Nashville Zoo is known around the state and even the country for its fantastic attention-to-detail and great community events. If you're in love with animals, this spot in South Nashville is well worth a wander.
Drive the historic Natchez-Trace Parkway.
The famed and historic Natchez-Trace meanders from the meat of Tennessee down south to Mississippi, collecting legend and local lore along the way.
Marathon Village is a historic warehouse located just outside of downtown Nashville...
This historic factory is perhaps one of the most preeminent historic shopping spots in the city. It's great to wander, or perhaps to visit when you have a certain antique or even homemade pasty (!!!) in mind.
Perhaps stay at
one of the best hotels in the city?
The Hermitage Hotel is located in downtown Nashville, a beautiful place to stay that's lauded for its grandeur and historic ties to the city. It's located right in the heart of Nashville's bustling downtown.
McKay's is a
two-story bookstore that's changing the landscape of used book sales in Nashville.
You can wander sky high aisleways of books and games and music media at McKay's, a massive warehouse on the edge of town that's chock full of entertainment. If you're looking to stock up on your favorite reads, this is the place to do it.
This local bakery is turning heads and making a solid name for itself.
Brightside Bakery is a darling, airy little space located in Nashville's Shops at Porter East. Although it operates only a scant few hours a week, changing around your schedule so you can make it on over in time to indulge in what just might be Nashville's best pastry shop is well-worth your time.
Phew! That’s a lot of moving and shaking around the city, don’t you think? Make sure to cool off and relax with
one of these decadent Nashville milkshakes. They’re out of this world!