If you have ever heard of music, then you have heard of Nashville! But there is more to this fabulous city than just music. There are so many fun things to do in Nashville that you can stay buys for weeks!
Of course “Music City” is full of music venues, recording studios, and lively bars, so if that is what you are looking for you will definitely feel right at home.
In addition to Music Row, Nashville, Tennessee is also home to sports teams, awesome food, fun local hangouts, and great outdoor activities.
In this post, we are going to explore all of the great things to do in Nashville so that you can have a fabulous trip to Music City!
No matter what you choose to do, Nashville should definitely be on your couple’s bucket list!
If you want to save money during your time in Nashville, then consider investing in a Nashville City Pass!
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Nashville Sites and Attractions
1. Grand Ole Opry House
2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN 37214
Of course, one of the top things to do in Nashville is to visit the Grand Ole Opry in downtown Nashville.
The Grand Ole Opry began as a radio show in 1925. It was this show that is credited with Nashville’s country music claim to fame and its recognition as the “Country Music Capital of the World.”
Every country music fan dreams of visiting the Grand Ole Opry house thanks to the hosts of country performers that have graced its stage.
You can enjoy a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry or a post-show tour during your visit to the Grand Ole Opry. It’s important to note that the tours are very different, so be sure to choose the one that will meet your expectations.
The daytime tour takes you through the Grand Ole Opry while your guide shares photos, country music memorabilia, and stories about the artists that have visited here. If you are lucky, they will also take you onto the iconic stage.
The post-show tour allows you to look into “Studio A” where the famous country music televisions show “Hee-Haw” was filmed. In addition to this, the post-show tour also will also give you a peek inside the venue’s dressing rooms.
Of course, you can also catch a performance at the Opry during your visit to Nashville as well! If country music isn’t your thing, then don’t worry, the Opry also hosts comedy skits and other routines.
If you’re hungry, you can grab some food at the Opry Back Porch BBQ!
2. Ryman Auditorium
116 5th Ave. N, Nashville, TN 37219
No visit to Nashville is complete without a visit to Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville.
As the original home to the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium is often referred to as the Mother Church of country music. This is because the Ryman Auditorium has played an important role in country music history.
Today, visitors can still enjoy live music performances when they visit the Ryman Auditorium.
You can take a self-guided tour of the auditorium, or book a tour with a guide of the auditorium to learn all about the history of the venue.
If you want, you can even take a picture on the stage, and for an extra fee, you can even go backstage.
Those looking for a night out on the town will definitely want to head to downtown Nashville, and more specifically, Broadway Street.
Broadway is one of the top things to do in Nashville if you love nightlife. Here you will find several blocks of honky tonks, bars, and clubs.
Walking down Broadway reminds me of walking down Bourbon or Frenchmen Street in New Orleans where you hear music pouring out of every doorway just beckoning you to come inside.
If you are looking for a good honky tonk, then you definitely want to visit Robert’s Western World.
Robert’s Western World is a special place for sure. Not only can you enter without a cover charge, but you can also check out the house specialty, a fried bologna sandwich while you listen to the live music performances that take place here daily.
Country music isn’t the only sounds you will encounter on Broadway though. There is live music of all sorts on this famous street.
4. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203
Country music fans won’t want to miss the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Browsing through the Country Music Hall of Fame, visitors can enjoy the photos, plaques, and memorabilia highlighting the history of country music.
You can even view cool artifacts like Elvis Presley’s solid gold Cadillac limo while at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Elvis Presley fans will love the Country Music Hall of Fame as there are several memorabilia items here from the musician.
Of course, the Country Music Hall of Fame is home to unique items from items from loads of country music artists, so you are sure to find this museum interesting!
One of the highlights of the Musicians Hall of Fame is the historic RCA Studio B. Big names like Dolly Parton and Elvis Presley recorded here, so don’t miss it during your visit. (You will find RCA Studio B about a mile southwest of the museum)
A visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame should definitely be on your list, so purchase your ticket today!
5. The Johnny Cash Museum
119 3rd Ave. South, Nashville, TN 37201
Another of the fun things to do in Nashville for country music lovers is to visit the Johnny Cash Museum.
The Johnny Cash Museum has the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia in the world and is the perfect place to learn more about Johnny Cash’s life.
In addition to highlighting his country music career, the Johnny Cash Museum also showcases other portions of the entertainer’s life.
I love that you can visit the museum at your own pace. This means that you can even enjoy listening to some of his country music at the different listening stations throughout the museum and get a real feel for the music of Johnny.
After your visit to museum, be sure to visit the café near the museum to listen to live music performed by a Johnny Cash cover band.
Be sure to visit the gift shop so that you can take home a piece of Nashville with you.
For information on operating hours and ticket prices, please visit the museum’s website.
2500 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Prior to being the Country Music City, Nashville was originally renowned as being an institute of higher learning. There were so many colleges and universities here that it was originally called “the Athens of the South.”
That nickname is the reason that in 1897 builders decided to build a full-scale replica of the Parthenon.
Yes, you read that correctly, there is a full-scale replica of the Parthenon right in the center of Nashville in Centennial Park.
A visit to Nashville’s Parthenon allows you to see paintings, texts, statues, and more all while visiting the fabulous Centennial Park as well.
If you’re lucky, maybe you will catch one of the theater troupes performing a Greek play out on the front steps.
7. Cumberland Park
592 S. 1st Street, Nashville, TN 37213
If you want a fantastic view during your time in Nashville, then you definitely want to head to Cumberland Park to see the amazing views of the Cumberland River.
Families flock to Cumberland Park to enjoy the gigantic splash pad, a maze, a cloud bridge, climbing structures, and butterfly gardens.
People of all ages enjoy the miles of bike paths, and the outdoor amphitheater to catch a concert in.
Adding Cumberland Park to your list of things to do in Nashville guarantees you some time outdoors while still in the city limits.
8. Nashville Zoo
3777 Nolensville Park, Nashville, TN 37211
For more outdoor fun, then add a visit to the Nashville Zoo to your list of things to do in Nashville.
Home to more than 350 species of animals, the Nashville Zoo is definitely one of the fun things to do.
If you want a hands on experience, then be sure to visit the Lorikeet Landing and the Kangaroo Kickabout.
In addition to all of the animals, you can also check out the zoo’s zipline and huge jungle gym.
To make the most out of your time, be sure to purchase your skip the line tickets prior to your visit!
9. Frist Art Museum
919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
The Frist Art Museum is one of the fun things to do in Nashville for art lovers.
Housed in a grand Art Deco building from the 1930’s, the Frist Art Museum is dedicated to bringing art to everyone.
To my surprise, there are no permanent exhibits at the Frist, only rotating exhibits. The cool thing about this is that you are guaranteed a different experience every time you visit the Frist Art Museum.
To see the current exhibition and to view current operating hours and prices, please visit the museum’s website for the most up to date information.
10. Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
501 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the many great athletes that have come from Tennessee.
If you’re a sports fan, then you’re in luck as the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is located in Downtown Nashville.
During your tour of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, you can also try on jerseys, pads, and helmets for photos if you would like.
11. Tennessee State Capitol
600 Dr. M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Nashville, TN 37243
As one of the oldest working state capitols in the United States, the Tennessee State Capitol should definitely be on your list of things to do in Nashville.
Visitors can take a self guided tour of the Tennessee State Capitol any time of the day, or if you would prefer a guided tour of the capitol then you can catch the 45-minute guided tours that take place once per hour.
The Tennessee State Capitol also boasts great views of Nashville, so don’t miss them during your visit to this FREE attraction.
12. Tennessee State Museum
1000 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208
To make the most out of your time in Nashville and to learn more about the unique history of Music City, then you should definitely add a visit to the Tennessee State Museum to your list of fun things to do in Nashville.
The Tennessee State Museum showcases permanent exhibits that date back to Tennessee’s early history.
Here you can view Native American history, military history, history from the Civil War, and more.
In addition to the permanent exhibits, there are also temporary exhibits that rotate as well.
The Tennessee State Museum also offers numerous events and several on-site educational opportunities throughout the year.
13. Cheekwood Estate and Gardens
1200 Forest Park Dr., Nashville, TN 37205
When you are ready to enjoy some more time outside, then head to Cheekwood Estate and Gardens.
A walk through the botanical garden at Cheekwood Estate is so relaxing. Enjoy the 1.5 mile trail as it loops through the garden taking you past outdoor sculptures and 12 different gardens.
In addition to the botanical gardens, you can also enjoy the museum which is housed in a 1930s Georgian Mansion that was once home to Mabel and Leslie Cheek. This historic home is full of furnishings, artwork, and more.
Cheekwood also hosts numerous festivals throughout the year. Be sure to visit their website for more information.
14. Music Row
Music Row has to be on your list of things to do in Nashville, TN! I mean, it is the most famous street in the city, so you have to visit it!
Music Row is where you will find all things related to music in Music City.
The street is lined with radio stations, recording studios, record labels, and more.
We suggest taking a guided tour of Music Row. This will allow you to learn about the historic sites and to get inside some of the famous venues pumping out Nashville sounds.
Venture off of Music Row into the neighborhood and you will notice that the streets are named after famous country music artists.
This is a great area to go shopping, or to visit one of the restaurants or bars for a drink and some food.
15. Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge
422 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
While visiting Nashville, you have to visit the oldest honky tonk bar in the state of Tennessee, right?!
Well, if you answered “yes” to that, then be sure to head to Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge (just be ready to wait in line)!
As a historic country music site, legends like Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings have graced Tootsie’s stage!
Many people have gotten their start in the country music industry after performing at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, so even today there are up and coming performers wanting to perform here.
16. Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
2800 Opryland Drive, Nashville, TN 37214
Granted, the Gaylord Opryland Resort is a hotel and convention center, but it is truly almost a destination in itself!
Boasting a great location in Downtown Nashville, TN, this resort is the perfect place to stay as it is located in a great area.
Inside the resort you will find more than a dozen bars and restaurants, fountains, great lounge spaces, and more. For those of you that like to lounge around the pool, you are in luck also as there is a great pool at the Gaylord.
There is also an indoor jungle area where you can do a boat tour. Yep, you read that correctly!
In addition to all of this, the resort is also home to a golf course, banquet facilities, and a fabulous spa!
17. Radnor Lake State Park
1160 Otter Creek Rd., Nashville, TN 37220
Another of the Nashville attractions that you don’t want to miss is Radnor Lake State Park.
This beautiful park is stunning and well worth being on your list of things to do in Nashville.
Standing on the shores of Lake Radnor, you can’t help but to notice the clear, sparkling water and the rugged, rocky shoreline. It is truly incredible.
This area is the perfect place to enjoy some time outside. Take time to do some wildlife watching or just enjoy sitting by the water’s edge.
Just take note that you can’t swim in Radnor Lake as it is a protected, Class II Natural Area.
18. Nashville Shores
4001 Bell Rd., Nashville, TN 37076
One of the Nashville things to do that kids and adults will love is Nashville Shores.
Nashville Shores is a recreation and water park facility located along Percy Priest Lake.
Here you can enjoy the onsite waterpark, RV campground, zip lines, ropes course, cabins, and more!
There is something for everyone at Nashville Shores, so be sure to add it to your Nashville itinerary.
19. Nashville Farmers Market
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208
One of the free Nashville things to do is to visit the weekly Nashville Farmers Market.
Here you can enjoy local wares of all sorts. Think things like farm fresh produce, homemade pastries, artwork, and many other artisan-style products.
Be sure to come with some cash to this Nashville, TN hot spot as not all of the vendors take cards.
20. Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory
100 Oman Dr., Nashville, TN 37027
Standing high on top of a hill in Nashville, TN, you will notice one of he biggest astronomy centers in the state of Tennessee, the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory.
Visitors can enjoy guided tours and the opportunity to learn about and use the telescopes during your visit to the observatory.
This is the perfect Nashville outing for people who love to do some stargazing.
In addition to the tours, the observatory hosts several events throughout the year. You can come out and enjoy eclipse parties, outdoor concerts, or drop the kids off at summer camp!
21. Tennessee State Prison
Tennessee State Prison, located in Nashville, TN is one of the unique Nashville attractions.
The prison, which you probably recognize from movies like The Green Mile and Ernest Goes to Jail.
The history of the prison is very interesting and it definitely wasn’t a place to do “easy time” in prison.
Prisoners here were required to wear the striped uniforms and were subject to manual labor. Long periods of solitary confinement were also assigned to prisoners here when they misbehaved.
While you can’t go inside, you can drive up and take pictures of the cool castle looking building.
There are also certain events that are given permission to use the building throughout the year. One of these events is a ghost tour-I bet that is cool!
22. The Hermitage
4580 Rachels Ln., Nashville, TN 37076
The Hermitage is not only an important historical site in Nashville, but it is also a National Historic Landmark.
As the home of former President Andrew Jackson, it is important to note that the site is hard to visit as this was a working southern plantation and Andrew Jackson did own slaves who lived on the property.
The plantation home has been carefully preserved as have the log cabins behind the estate that were home to the enslaved people who lived on the property.
A visit here allows you to understand what life was like in the 1800s. You can purchase your grounds pass in advance to save you time in line if you would like.
23. Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary
545 Beech Creek Rd. S., Nashville, TN 37027
Outdoor lovers definitely want to visit the Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary.
Located a short drive from Downtown Nashville, the Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary is home to much more than owls. Here you will find a sanctuary devoted to providing a safe home to many species of wildlife.
You can take a guided tour of the sanctuary to learn more about the plants and animals that call this area home.
In addition to the tours, the sanctuary also offers structured activities throughout the year. These activities vary buy include many fun classes and events. And the best part, all of the proceeds go toward the conservation efforts of the sanctuary.
24. Printer’s Alley
What was once home to the newspaper stands and publishing companies of Nashville, Printer’s Alley is now the hot spot for night life in Nashville.
The gritty atmosphere now glistens with light from the many bars and nightclubs that now call the area home.
The alley is usually always crowded and probably isn’t the place that you want to bring your kids.
25. Long Hunter State Park
2910 Hobson Pike, Nashville, TN 37076
Long Hunter State Park is one of the many parks and outdoor spaces near Downtown Nashville, and definitely worth being put on your list of Nashville things to do.
What makes Long Hunter State Park unique is that it celebrates the Native American heritage of the Nashville area.
In addition to the demonstrations, lectures, and workshops that are hosted here, Long Hunter is also home to the annual NAIA Education Pow Wow! This annual Pow Wow bring together thousands of people to celebrate this amazing heritage.
Of course, like most state parks, there are loads of outdoor activities to enjoy at Long Hunter also.
Visitors can enjoy swimming, boating, hiking, camping and more during their time at this fabulous state park.
26. Have Dinner on the General Jackson Showboat
2812 Opryland Dr., Nashville, TN 37214
For a romantic evening out in Nashville, consider booking a dinner cruise on the General Jackson Showboat.
This historic paddleboat glides along the Cumberland River as you and your date enjoy a night of dinner and sightseeing.
Be sure to spend time out on deck enjoying the great views of the city from the Cumberland River!
Your ticket also includes live entertainment with you meal. Now that’s a great night out!
27. Shelby Bottoms Greenway
Another great nature spot not far from Downtown Nashville is the Shelby Bottoms Greenway.
The Greenway is home to numerous, diverse ecosystems. We love that you can experience forests, swamps, wetlands, and more during your visit to the Shelby Bottoms Greenway.
Here you can enjoy over five miles of paved trails to explore, making the greenway easily accessible for everyone!
This is the perfect place to get some exercise or just enjoy a nice picnic out in nature.
During certain times of the year, the greenway is known to be home to a golden pheasant, so see if you can spot it during your visit.
28. Adventure Science Center of Nashville
800 Fort Negley Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203
For a fun, interactive experience, especially with kids, then head to the Adventure Science Center of Nashville.
There are loads of interactive learning experiences for kids of all ages. With a focus on hands-on learning, there are a variety of activities available to explore.
Some examples of the activities available are a flight simulator, an adventure tower, beekeeping, and a space garden! Kids of all ages will love visiting the on-site Planetarium.
Throughout the year, the Adventure Science Center hosts events as well. Please check their website for a calendar of events, operating hours, and current prices.
29. Hatch Show Print
224 Rep. John Lewis Way S., Nashville, TN 37203
If you are looking for a cool spot that just screams Nashville, then you have to visit Hatch Show Print!
Hatch Show Print is a print shop that has been making awesome posters for local artists for years. Many of these musicians have gone on to be Music Hall of Fame artists, thus making their posters become collector’s items!
Not only can you visit the print shop to see and learn about their printing process but you can also pay to have your own poster made. How cool is that?!
Hatch Show Print is truly an awesome, historic place to visit in Downtown Nashville!
30. Tennessee Performing Arts Center
505 Deaderick St., Nashville, TN 37243
If you enjoy live theater, then be sure to visit the Tennessee Performing Arts Center during your time in Nashville.
The theatre, which is home to three stages which allows you numerous choices when booking your tickets.
In addition to the Broadway-style shows performed here, the Performing Arts Center also hosts pre-show discussions and other interesting events.
This is one of the places in Nashville that makes for a great date night!
Be sure to visit their website for the most up to date information and schedule.
31. Nashville Food Tour
When you take a food tour in Nashville, be ready for a flavor overload!
We are talking about trying food like hot chicken, southern bar-b-que, and other local specialties.
A Nashville food tour is a great way to be introduced to the local food scene and to meet some fun, food-loving people as well!
32. Take a Trolley Tour
Another fun activity in Nashville is to do a trolley tour.
Hop onboard and head out to learn all about the points of interest throughout Nashville. Along the way, you get to hear about the history of the city aa well.
Trolley tours are truly so much fun! Book your today!
33. Take a Celebrity Home Tour
Did you know that Nashville is home to numerous celebrities? It’s true, and there is no better way to see how they live than to do a Celebrity Home Tour.
Join your tour guide and fellow tourist on an adventure checking out the local Nashville neighborhoods that these celebrities call home.
Your tour will take you by the homes of stars such as Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, Kid Rock, and more!
Now, I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a fun tour to me!
34. Taste Whiskey at the Jack Daniel’s Distillery
Whiskey lovers will definitely want to book a tour to the Jack Daniel’s Distillery.
Your tour will travel to Lynchburg, Tennessee where you will learn all about Jack Daniels and his famous whiskey.
Your tour includes transportation, a tour of the distillery, an elevated whiskey tasting, and some time to shop in the charming town of Lynchburg.
Of course, there are opportunities to taste test and purchase whiskey products as well.
35. Nashville Flea Market
401 Wingrove St., Nashville, TN 37203
One of the fun and unique Nashville attractions is the Nashville Flea Market.
Here you will find about 1,000 vendors from all over the United States set up and ready to sell you their goods.
Treasure hunters will love browsing through the endless amounts of antiques, home goods, vintage clothing, and collectibles. I mean, you truly never know what you will find!
The market sets up monthly at the Nashville Fair Grounds and is known as the number one flea market in Tennessee!
36. Belle Meade Historic Site
5025 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205
The Belle Meade site is another of the historical sites in Nashville.
The Belle Meade Plantation is home to a revival-style home that dates back to the 18th-century and was once a working plantation.
Due to the history associated with the Belle Meade Plantation, this is another of the Nashville historic sites that is hard to visit.
During your time on the grounds, you can book a tour to learn more about the history of the plantation and to receive a guided tour of the 18th and 19th century buildings. The historic buildings here include the home, carriage houses, stables, and slave quarters.
You will find Belle Meade Plantation just south of Nashville in the town of Belle Meade. Please visit their website for more information.
37. Bootlegger’s Inn
207 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201
A bar and honky tonk that comes highly recommended by locals and visitors alike is Bootlegger’s Inn.
Be sure to put on your dancing shoes prior to your visit. Here you can enjoy some fun signature cocktails while you dance the night away listening to country and bluegrass music.
Bootlegger’s Inn is truly one of the places in Nashville that makes you understand exactly why this city is known as Music City!
38. Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1 Symphony Place, Nashville, TN 37201
If you are into all sorts of music genres, then the Schermerhorn Symphony Center might be right up your alley!
Located in downtown Nashville, Schermerhorn is a concert hall and museum for the Nashville Symphony.
The center showcases live performances for all kinds of music including jazz, classic music, and more.
The Schermerhorn is another of the places in Nashville that makes for a great date night.
Be sure to visit their website for a complete line up of performances.
39. Eat Some Nashville Hot Chicken
5814 Nolensville Pike #110, Nashville, TN 37211
You can’t visit Nashville and not try some hot chicken! Lucky for you, there are so many great places to try this Nashville staple.
As the name suggests, Nashville hot chicken is fried chicken with a kick! And by kick, I mean a big kick! The spice in the chicken comes from a blend of secret spices (including cayenne and hot sauce) that is deep fried and then finished off with a spicy sauce drizzle over the top.
Head to Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack to try some of the best hot chicken in the city. Prince’s has been serving up their version of the spicy bird for over 100 years in Nashville!
This means that Prince’s is Nashville’s original hot chicken house and should definitely be on your list of places to visit in Nashville.
40. Take a Pontoon Party Cruise
How fun would it be to grab some friends (or make some new friends) while you enjoy a Pontoon Party Cruise in Nashville?
Of course, this party boat has a honky tonk theme, so get ready to party when you head out on this pontoon boat.
Enjoy mingling with fellow passengers as you sing, dance, and drink your way down the Cumberland river.
41. Take a Helicopter Tour of Nashville
Get a bird’s eye view of Nashville and treat your sweet to an extra special night out on the town when you book a helicopter tour over Nashville.
This is such a cool perspective to see the top Nashville attractions from above. Be sure to upgrade to the VIP treatment so you can enjoy a bottle of champagne on your night out!
42. Do a Haunted Nashville Tour
Nashville is full of tragic stories of sin, horror, and debauchery. Learn all about the history and ghosts of Music City when you do a haunted tour of Nashville.
43. Participate In a Fun Nashville Bar Crawl
Nashville is full of fabulous bars and night clubs, and there is no better way to be introduced to them than through the eyes of a local guide.
That is where a fun bar crawl tour comes in. There are load of bar crawls available in music city, so find the one that speaks to you!
44. Delight in a Nashville Donut Tour
Donut tours seem to be all the rage lately. Lucky for you, there is a great one in Nashville.
Delight in the best confectionary treats when you take a fun Nashville donut tour!
45. Tour Nashville On a Segway
Forget walking! Instead, take a fun tour of Nashville on a Segway!
Traverse through the streets of Nashville on your Segway as you learn all about the history and famous sites of this fun city!
46. Hop On a Double Decker Bus
Another great option to tour Nashville is to book a Double Decker Bus tour.
This one hour tour takes you by all of the best attractions in Nashville while giving you history and insight into the city
47. Visit the National Museum of African American Music
One of the unique museums in Nashville is the National Museum of African American Music. The museum showcases the achievements of African Americans in the music industry.
The over 56,000-square-foot facility celebrates over 50 genres of music and musical styles.
Explore this musical history through the artifacts, memorabilia, clothing, and technology that tells the history of African American musicians.
48. Have a BBQ, Beer, and Bourbon Experience
Food and drink lovers will definitely want to book this bar-b-que, beer, and bourbon tour!
Participants will learn all about the process and history associated with three staples of Nashville, bar-b-que, beer and bourbon! This tour allows you to taste some delicious bar-b-que, sip on ice cold craft beer, and sample some of Nashville’s best bourbon and whiskey.
49. Take a Sightseeing Cart Tour
Is there anything more fun than running around town in an open-air golf cart?
This sightseeing cart tour is a fun and unique way to learn about the attractions in Nashville.
Your tour takes you by 35 of Nashville’s top attractions including many that we mentioned in this post. We are talking attractions like the Parthenon, the Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry, and more!
50. Do a Brewery and Distillery Tour
As we mentioned above, Nashville is big on beer and whiskey. So why not take a fun brewery and distillery tour on a golf cart?!
Your local guide will take you to some of the best places in Nashville to check out the beer and spirit scene. Along the way, you will get to see murals of the city and, of course, sample the goods!
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About The Author
Michelle Snell is a travel writer, history buff, wine lover, and enthusiast of different cultures. Michelle enjoys bringing places to life through her informative writing style on her blogs, That Texas Couple and Totally Texas Travel. Her practical tips and suggestions help make travel dreams a reality while immersing her readers in the history, culture, and food of a region. She is happiest sipping wine in Italy or chilling on a beach with her husband, Marty.