In Nashville, you'll find uniqueness, diversity and rich heritage that are unparalleled! We invite you to experience for yourself what makes Nashville special. It's a city that resonates with life and vibrates to the beat of every kind of song. It's a town that sizzles with American music, Southern hospitality, unbelievable cuisine and a boundless spectrum of nightlife.
Top 3 Things to do in Nashville.
The Nashville Musical Pass
The Nashville Music Attraction Pass is your passport to the music history of Nashville. Enjoy admission to 4 famous attractions including the Country Music Hall of Fame plus receive a $15 voucher for food and beverages that can be used at Hard Rock Cafe.
The area round Music Square, in southwestern downtown Nashville, is the heart of the music industry. Apart from souvenir shops and museums devoted to musicians Country Music legends the main sight is the Country Music Hall of Fame, which commemorates the greats of the music business and displays memorabilia of famous singers. There are also guided tours of the historic RCA Studio B in which many a hit first made its mark. The limousines of the great ones, including Elvis Presley's Cadillac, can be seen in the nearby Car Collectors Hall of Fame whilst the Hank Williams Jr. Museum is dedicated to one of the greatest performers of country music.
The Belle Meade Plantation
The Belle Meade Plantation (southwest of the city center), built in 1853, is a handsome old Southern mansion, set in one of the finest plantations in Tennessee.
During the Battle of Nashville, Union and rebel forces battled in the front yard and the mansion's massive stone columns sustained many bullet holes - still evident today. The grounds of the mansion consist of a 1790 log cabin, an 1820 smokehouse, an 1840 mausoleum and an 1884 creamery.