It may be known for its country music, cowboy boots, and fried chicken, but Nashville has so much more to it than meets the eye. Bookmark these finger-lickin' good restaurants, famous bars, and stunning places to stay so you have them handy for your next trip down south.
Grab a beer with the locals downtown, or get out of the hustle and bustle for a quiet afternoon. Whatever vibe your vacation needs, Nashvillle has you covered!
Boasting the largest collection of bluegrass artifacts in the world, this place celebrates all of the country music greats. Another must-see is the sister museum , a historic letterpress shop conveniently located inside the Hall of Fame.
It’s called the “Honky Tonk Highway” for a reason: The downtown/lower Broadway neighborhood is always bustling! This is the spot to throw on a pair of cowboy boots and practice your line dancing. Some of the most popular dives are , , and .
Coined the “Queen of Tennessee’s plantations,” Belle Meade invites guests to come marvel at a piece of history. Created as an educational not-for-profit, this remarkable antebellum-style estate still has bullet holes in its framework from the Civil War. A tour is highly recommended and the guides dress in period costumes. The best part? There’s an on-site winery for after you’ve had your fill exploring.