Destination Nashville


In Nashville, there are plenty of places to eat, shop, and wander. In your spare time, check out some of the cool attractions listed below. Explore around town and see why Nashville is known as Music City.

Centennial Park

The beautiful 132-acre park features Lake Watauga, historical landmarks, a sunken garden, and great trails for walking and exercising. The park is also home to the Parthenon and Athena statue replicas.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Dive deep into the history of country music. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has countless displays of stage costumes, instruments, and vehicles. Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors, Sing Me Back Home, and Brooks & Dunn: Kings of Neon are some of the current exhibits available for your viewing pleasure. Don't forget to stop by the Hall of Fame Rotunda – it features plaques of all Hall of Fame inductees.

Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry has been dubbed "country's most famous stage." Country music greats such as  Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, and Bill Anderson have performed at this prominent landmark in Nashville. Shows are played constantly at the Grand Ole Opry. If you're unable to make a show but would still like to visit this popular attraction – you're more than welcome to do so. Tours are offered daily! Check out the website for tour hours and packages.

Honky Tonk Highway

Honky Tonk Highway, where the party never ends, is located right on Broadway. It's filed with live music, fun bars, and a good time!

Liquor Lab

Come mix it up and get the ultimate mixology experience at the Liquor Lab. The Lab hosts classes on how to properly prepare some of your favorite cocktails. You'll also learn the history behind each recipe from a cocktail expert.

Live Music Venues

You can't visit Music City and not take advantage of the music scene! There are plenty of places to eat great food and enjoy live entertainment. A few popular venues are the BB King's Blues Club, Wildhorse Saloon, and FGL House. Click the link above for more options.


Nashville is filled with museums that explore the city's history, music, art and much more. Some must-see museums include the National Museum of African American Music, First Art Museum, Lane Motor Museum, and The Gallery of Iconic Guitars (The GIG) at Belmont.

Opry Mills

Eat, shop, and be merry! The Opry Mills is the premier shopping destination in Nashville. It will fulfill all of your needs from fashion, to food, and even entertainment. At the mall you can also catch a movie at the Regal Opry Mills, play arcade games at Dave & Buster's, and visit the infamous wax attraction, Madame Tussauds.

Scavenger Hunts

Learn the history behind significant landmarks throughout Nashville and other cool facts about the city by solving clever clues provided by Let's Roam. This activity is an app-lead scavenger hunt that doesn't require a reservation or a tour guide. The starting point of the hunt is located at the Tennessee State Capitol.

The Rabbit Hole

Welcome to Tennessee's number 1 virtual reality (VR) spot. The Rabbit Hole features 30 to 120 minute virtual experiences. The VR experiences consist of escapes rooms, such as Escape the Lost Pyramid and Beyond Medusa's Gate, and arcade games.