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This area of Central Tennessee is home to about 550,000 people.
After you've come this far, stopping by Grand Ole Opry is mandatory. This renowned attraction never fails to impress.
The Tennessee State Fairgrounds and Wave Country are nice places to take some quality time with the children. The Discovery Center at Murfree Spring and Nashville Shores Waterpark are also worth a visit if the little ones still have energy to burn.
Whether you like colorful birds or scaly reptiles, the Nashville Zoo and the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge have something for everyone.
At Arrington Vineyards, experts and amateurs alike can tour the vineyards and barrel rooms, before tasting the finished product.
You'll be inspired by the gorgeous range of local and exotic plants that are on display at Opryland Hotel Gardens and the Cheekwood.
Pack a few snacks and take some time out in the leafy, green surroundings of Centennial Park and Riverfront Park. Radnor Lake State Park and Hadley Park are two more excellent places to while away a lazy day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Don't quite know what to see next? You're certain to come up with some excellent ideas at Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Expanses of fresh water almost always attract an intriguing variety of creatures. Take a pair of binoculars to Marrowbone Lake and Radnor Lake and see what you can spot. Didn't see a thing? Head on over to Canoe Music City and Percy Priest Lake and try your luck again.
Lock your phone in the car and give yourself a break from the noises of the modern world at Edwin and Percy Warner Parks and Bledsoe Creek State Park. Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill and Long Hunter State Park are also popular with lovers of the natural world.
See the world in a different light with a visit to one of the area's well-curated cultural spaces. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you admire the displays at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Adventure Science Center. The Tennessee State Museum and the Lane Motor Museum are also well worth a visit.
Build on your knowledge of the artistic process, and perhaps even pick up something to take back home at one of the many gallery spaces. Pop in to the Parthenon and the Frist Center for Visual Arts and see the best of what this creative city has to offer. If you can fit them in, the Local Color Gallery and the Carl Van Vechten Gallery are also well worth checking out.
Take some time to admire the interesting displays and view the historical items and objects at the Historic Mansker's Station Frontier Life Center.
The Vanderbilt University and Belle Meade Plantation are certainly worth looking into, even if you aren't a history buff. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. The Hermitage and Tennessee State Capitol are two more insightful places to check out.
Want to get a look at Nashville's military history? The drums of war still echo in the walls of Fort Nashborough.
The religions of the world are rich and varied. Wherever you journey, this is reflected in each destination's customs, culture and design. Want to see Nashville's spiritual side? Take in the peaceful atmosphere at Upper Room, the Sri Ganesha Temple and The Village Chapel.
Nashville's most popular sights often overshadow its less touristy, but equally rewarding attractions. The Fort Campbell and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center are some interesting options. Also, think about a visit to Governor's Residence and the Nashville Public Library if time allows.
Nashville, being the bustling state capital of Tennessee, offers plenty of hotels and other accommodation options. On Expedia's hotels page you will find 214 Nashville hotels to select from.
Two of the upmarket Nashville places are the Renaissance Nashville Hotel, at 611 Commerce St, and the Hilton Nashville Downtown, at 121 4th Ave S. If those two don't match your requirements, the Quality Inn Nashville Downtown - Stadium or the Extended StayAmerica Nashville - Vanderbilt are two cheaper places that may hit the right note for you.
The world is full of adventure, and there are lots of epic experiences to be had when we grab our bags and go on vacation.
On the lookout for something completely new to do? A General Jackson Showboat Dinner Cruise is well worth considering.
For a complete list of activities, take a look at our Nashville things to do page.