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From musical attractions like the Johnny Cash Museum and Country Music Hall of Fame to professional sporting events including historical properties and gorgeous feats of nature, Nashville is bound to impress. A city not only creative in music but also have a countless art galleries, up-and-coming fashion scene, historic landmarks and a great food scene — there’s never a shortage of inspiring things to do. Here are some highlights of Nashville:
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Grand Ole Opry
The District

The District

Situated in the heart of downtown, The District is a vibrant and a total fun area. Here you will find countless bars and restaurants that are all devoted to country music. In addition, there are long-standing stores selling western wear or vintage vinyl, cafes, ice cream and candy stores located here too. All you need to do is to dive into the country feeling. The District is home to the Johnny Cash Museum and the Patsy Cline Museum. The stretch of Broadway from the Ryman Auditorium to the riverfront is known as the Honky Tonk Highway, where the honky tonks stay open until 3 am every night and don't charge cover for their live music.
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Johnny Cash Museum

Johnny Cash Museum

The Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville, Tennessee honors the life and music of the country superstar often referred to as the Man in Black. Definitely worth a visit for Johnny Cash fans and music fans in general. The historic building contains the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts. The museum's owner and curator Bill Miller employs his personal friendship he once held with Johnny Cash to bring a personal touch to the collection. Special pieces like handwritten lyric sheets, marriage licenses, clothing, records, instruments, and stage props directly tied to the artist’s life can all be found here. Be sure to recharge your batteries at the coffee shop inside the museum. The menu features artisanal coffee, breakfast, and lunch. Food is served 9am–4pm.
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Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum
Nashville's Union Station

Nashville's Union Station

The Union Station was completed in 1900 and functioned as a passenger terminal until 1979. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the landmark building experienced years of neglect until it was converted into an opulent hotel, detailed with wrought iron and Italian marble. Its lobby features a barrel-vaulted, 20-meter-high ceiling enclosed by stained glass. The station looks spectacular from the outside. If you're not staying at the hotel, you can still enjoy the interior while having drinks or dinner at Ergo restaurant, located inside this historic landmark. Check the hotel's facebook page for upcoming events like bartending competitions and live music nights.
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Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery
Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans are one of the NFL’s newer franchises, but their history extends to back to the days of the American Football League when they were the Houston Oilers. The Titans have established themselves as a highly competitive franchise, even having made it to Super Bowl XXXIV. Their regular season runs from September until December, with the playoffs taking place in January. Nissan Stadium — home of the Titans — offers public and private stadium tours. Check their website for more details: nissanstadium.com/public-private-tours
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Cheekwood Museum And Botanical Gardens

Cheekwood Museum And Botanical Gardens

Cheekwood is a 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee, as well as one of the finest examples of an 'American Country Place Era’ estates in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a showcase of vibrancy and horticultural diversity, with 11 display gardens. The Museum of Art has collections of painting, sculpture and decorative arts. The visitors can enjoy the 4 distinct festivals held throughout the year. Plus, the gardens are a fantastic place for photoshoots.
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Music City Walk of Fame

Music City Walk of Fame

The Music City Walk of Fame is located across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Nashville's Music Mile is a landmark tribute to all genres of music and the individuals who have contributed to the world through song or industry collaborations. The Music City Walk of Fame celebrates music celebrities who lived, worked and played in Nashville, commemorated with sidewalk stars. Star-studded pavement honoring Nashville music legends alongside the Nashville Music Garden. You can see the stars in Walk of Fame Park on Demonbreun Street between Third and Fourth Avenues located at the base of the Music Mile in downtown Nashville. The stars lie in the Walk across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, between the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Bridgestone Arena.
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