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Travel 873 views Jul 22, 2019
Tips for First time visitor in Nashville

Nashville is a city where the life and soul of the city and its people are bonded with the thread of music. Are you planning on visiting Nashville? Get ready to experience a city where you will find the touch and texture of music in each turns you take- culture, business, social fabric, etc.

Confused about what to do when you arrive in Nashville? If you want some tips, we are here to ensure you the best tour of Nashville ever.


Firstly, where to stay? The Hermitage Hotel, Bode Nashville, Dream Nashville, Holston House Nashville, etc are some of the best. Next, a brief walk from downtown Nashville, you will find the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. It is one of the world’s biggest and most dynamic famous research centers and the world’s largest store of country music relics. If you are a fan of Elvis, you will be walking the place where he recorded most of his songs. In two hours, you can explore the entire place. Don’t forget to visit the Taylor Swift recording booth and Hatch Show Print.

If you are wondering why Nashville is called the Athens of the South, it’s time to visit Centennial Park, home to a replica of the Parthenon. It accommodates paintings of American artists. Its main piece is a huge statue Athena painted in gold leaf just like the Parthenon in ancient Greece- a flash of Greece in America!

Music runs through the veins of Nashville. If you are a Johnny Cash fan, you should visit the Johnny Cash Museum to witness the largest Johnny cash artifact collection. Now, let’s visit the Belle Meade Plantation, a beautiful country mansion and estate situated a little outside of downtown Nashville, built-in 1807. This is a chance to discover Tennessee’s Victorian architecture while learning about the tragic history family and salves that worked there for years.  

Is that all? No. You haven’t experienced Nashville fully if you haven’t tasted their food. You can enjoy food in the legendary Bluebird Café watching live songwriter performances.

Are you having your best tour of Nashville already? Finally, you must take a walk in the Pedestrian Bridge and make your way through the Broadway. You must take a stroll at night through the famous neon lights of the Broadway which have justifiably earned Nashville the name ‘NashVegas’!


Now, the only struggle is to decide which time of the year to visit Nashville because so much is happening in the city all year round!