Top 10 Things To Do in Nashville
1. Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is Nashville’s #1 attraction. All country music’s legends have had the chance to perform here making the history rich and the location necessary to see.
2. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is at the heart of the Nashville experience. With 2.5 million artifacts, 2 huge floors of gallery space, shopping and dining, you know you have to stop.
A fun and adventurous modern-day treasure hunt you can enter as many times as you want! You will be running the same route as our massive Treasure Hunt which will have you exploring Nashville and the surrounding areas, including spots you likely haven't explored before! It only costs $10 and every time you finish, you will get $5 to the Adventure Hunt Store and be entered to win a FREE TRIP TO PANAMA! You can enter on your own, with a date or with a group of friends. No matter how many people you are with, you will have a blast!
Located in Nashville’s Centennial Park, the Parthenon is a full scale replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Inside there is a 42 foot sculpture of Athena and lots of other things to see.
5. Hattie B’s Hot Chicken
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken serves the delicious, authentic hot chicken you have to get while in Nashville. Eating here will definitely complete your Nashville experience.
6. The Johnny Cash Museum
This Johnny Cash Museum has the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia. There are also interactive exhibits, films and more!
7. John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge
The John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge is a unique bridge as it is for people only! That coupled with the fact that it is well-lit makes it a very safe bridge and shortcut to different parts of the city. You can also admire the great views while walking across and take a fun picture!
8. Ryman Auditorium
The Ryman Auditorium is one of the most famous concert halls in country music. Still hosting shows, you can take a tour to see where it all started and still happens and stand in places where true legends have stood.
9. The Hermitage
The Hermitage was the home of President Andrew Jackson. It is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the US boasting 1,120 acres and 30 historic buildings.
10. Centennial Park
Centennial Park not only houses the Parthenon but also has many paths, grassy areas and a lake making it the perfect afternoon stop to just relax and enjoy.