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They don’t call it “Music City” for nothing.
We get it, Even after exploring countless parks, saloons, shops, and restaurants, at some point you’re gonna have to go back home.
ith over 350 music studios and an infinite amount of talent, Nashville is continually releasing the hottest, newest country music around and is the nation-wide leader in country music production, distribution, and creation.
So don’t make this your last time to visit. We’ll miss you as much as you’ll miss us. Come back and visit anytime.
• 4 day Country Music Festival in June • Country Music Awards night in November • 100’s of concerts with big names such as Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Jason Aldean, Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band, & countless others
Trust us, we’re not going anywhere
ANYTIME SOON. Y’all come back now!
Nashville return to the southern charm and country music capitol of the world. Along the banks of the slowly flowing Cumberland River lies a city whose tradition and spirit is as deep as the river itself.
It’s only after you leave that you’ll begin to miss the sharp pluck of a banjo, the taste the freshly-baked butter biscuits, or the shin ache brought on by custom tempered leather boots.
• Visit • See • Hear Alan Jackson
Tennessee Office of Tourism Development 312 Rosa L Parks Ave #25, Nashville, TN 37243 (615) 741-2159
• Taste • Experience • Stay
FEED your wild side Nashville is home to some of the finest southern cuisine, in addition to harboring countless other must-visit restaurants. • Don’t chicken out! Having been called “the best fried chicken in the world” Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack offers customers the chance to crunch into some of the hottest, tongue-scorchingly delicious fried chicken in the city.
EAT RIGHT the magic Experience Even if you’re not here for the country music, Nashville is the perfect place to explore and rediscover your passions. With sports, museums, shopping, art, and civil war monuments, there are more than a few afternoons packed with activities to enjoy.
Just because you’re ‘neath the Mason-Dixon Line doesn’t mean your south of the border. Satco is a Tex-Mex restaurant that has established itself as a local landmark. It is an upbeat, affordable, fingerlinking taco joint that will leave your stomach full and your wallet just as content.
Does the sound of freshly salted hams, pit-smoked barbecues, or homemade buttermilk biscuits dripping with in-house made jams and local honeys make your mouth water? Situated at the end of The Natchez Trace, The Loveless Cafe specializes in flavorful comfort food and southern cheer in an atmosphere that is equally delightful and inviting.
Everything from the Patterson House’s peanut butter oozing, grilled bacon and banana panini, to the low-andslow style, juicy Nashville-style BBQ that melts in your mouth, to the sin-filled deliciousness as you bite into a sweet potato pancake from the pancake pantry — Nashville is a city filled more wonderful grub than you can point a fork at.
The Tennessee Titans were introduced in the NFL back in 1999 and Nashvillians have been going crazy ever since. With a stadium capable of housing almost 70,000 fans, it is one of the loudest and wildest football experiences in the NFL. An absolute must-visit attraction for any tourist! Ready to break the ice? Nashville is one of the few southern states to host a hockey team, The Nashville Predators. From October until April, the team shoots, smashes, and slams its way to victory and offers tickets fitting any budget – providing an unparalleled experience of entertainment and enjoyment.
Prepare for a shopping experience unlike any you’ve ever known. Everything from name brand clothes, to custom designed shoes, to budget friendly apparel can be found in Nashville. Make sure to bring a friend!
Visit the Parthenon! Located in the beautiful Centennial Park, The Parthenon is a full-size replica of the original Greek masterpiece, complete with a 42-foot statue of Athena, a diverse art museum, and a delicious cafe.
The Country Music Hall of Fame is a Nashville must-see. Aside from being certified as one of the top-quality museums, it contains records, samples, and exhibitions from a half-generation of country music singers. Ranging from Elvis Presley, to Johnny Cash, to Keith Urban – this museum has something for everyone.
Operating 362 days/year, the Nashville Farmers Market is one of the biggest and most diverse farmer’s markets in the US. With fresh breads, jams, fruits, veggies, soaps, and a whole slew of delivious full-time restaurants and eateries, you’ll be sure to find something you love during your time here. The Grand Ole Opry began in 1925 as a radiobroadcast for aspiring country music stars. Having expanded to TV, Satellite and Internet, the program now features additional genres such as soul, R&B and gospel, and has become a state icon that attracts thousands of visitors every year.