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This Central Tennessee location has a population of about 550,000 people.
Want to start your adventure with a bang? An iconic attraction, Grand Ole Opry should be at the top of your itinerary.
Get active with the kids and enjoy some quality time at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds and Wave Country. For more family fun, head onwards to the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring and Nashville Shores Waterpark.
The Nashville Zoo is an amazing place to bring your family for an exciting day among big and small animals. If you're short on time, collect a map so you don't miss out on any of the park favorites.
Spend a couple of hours admiring the plants and flowers at Opryland Hotel Gardens and the Cheekwood.
Pack a picnic basket and take some time out in the leafy surroundings of Centennial Park and Riverfront Park. Hadley Park and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park are two more nice places to while away the afternoon and catch up on some reading.
Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau are practical places to start when you're wanting information about Nashville.
Feel like some bird-watching? Perhaps some fishing if conditions are good? The area's freshwater lakes offer plenty of activities for visitors of all ages. Marrowbone Lake, Radnor Lake and Percy Priest Lake are the most frequented here. Find out which one is the most appealing before you head over for a great day by the water.
Leave your phone in the glove compartment and have a rest from the modern world at Radnor Lake State Park and Edwin and Percy Warner Parks. Bledsoe Creek State Park and Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill are also appreciated by nature lovers.
The area's exhibition spaces are a gold mine of interesting facts and stories. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Lane Motor Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. You might also want to consider a visit to the Hank Williams Jr. Museum and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum.
Take the youngsters to see the many scientific artifacts at the Adventure Science Center, the most frequented science-centered museum around.
A hub for art connoisseurs, this area is home to numerous gallery spaces in which local and international artists can showcase their wares. Immerse yourself in the cool atmosphere at the Parthenon and the Frist Center for Visual Arts. If you have time afterwards, the Local Color Gallery and the Carl Van Vechten Gallery are also well worth your time.
Even if you're not a history nerd, you'll enjoy learning about the past at the Tennessee State Museum and the Historic Mansker's Station Frontier Life Center.
To learn about the people and places of this region's past, be sure to visit its historic monuments and buildings. Start the local history tour at the Vanderbilt University and Belle Meade Plantation. More tales from the days of old await at The Hermitage and Tennessee State Capitol.
The historic fortifications at Fort Nashborough are excellent places to explore if you are interested in the history of war.
Experiencing different religions is one of the most fulfilling aspects of traveling. Want to see Nashville's spiritual side? Go for a stroll around Upper Room, the Sri Ganesha Temple and The Village Chapel.
After you've experienced all of the principle attractions in Nashville, take the time to explore a couple of its lesser-known gems. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center and the Nashville Public Library are some possible options. If you can fit it in, also check out the Brentwood Library and the Beaman Park Nature Center.
Accommodation in Nashville
As you would expect from a state capital, Nashville offers a wide selection of lodgings. You're guaranteed to find the ideal place amid the 282 accommodation options in Nashville on Expedia's lodging guide.
Two of the more upmarket Nashville stays are the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, at 611 Commerce St, and the Union Station Hotel, Autograph Collection, at 1001 Broadway. If you find that those two hotels don't match your needs, the Hilton Nashville Downtown or the Omni Nashville Hotel might be a better fit.
If you prefer to stay closer to Grand Ole Opry, the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center and the Wyndham Vacation Resorts - Nashville are both within easy walking distance.
This smoke-free Nashville resort is conveniently next door to the Grand Ole Opry and set on 40 acres complete with streams, waterfalls, bridges, and greenhouses.
Located in East Nashville, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fort Nashborough, Nissan Stadium, and Ryman Auditorium. Tennessee State Capitol and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Downtown Nashville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Frist Center for Visual Arts, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and Ryman Auditorium. Tennessee State Capitol and Nissan Stadium are also within 1 mi (2 km).
The 4-story Brentwood Suites is 5 miles from Cool Springs Galleria, 7 miles from Nashville Zoo, and 10 miles from Nashville Convention Center and Vanderbilt University.
Located in Downtown Nashville, this spa hotel is steps from Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Music City Center. Johnny Cash Museum and Hatch Show Print are also within 10 minutes.
This downtown Nashville hotel is one mile from the Country Music Hall of Fame and seven miles from the airport.
Located in Oak Hill, this hotel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from Governor's Residence and within 3 mi (5 km) of Tennessee Agricultural Museum and Nashville Zoo. The Escape Game Nashville and Shy's Hill are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of CoolSprings Galleria and Aspen Grove Park. The Factory and Boiler Room Theatre are also within 6 mi (10 km).