Nashville Travel Guide
Welcome to Nashville!
Appropriately dubbed Music City, Nashville is known throughout the world for its strong country music heritage. Countless visitors are drawn to Tennessee's capital city for its music-themed attractions, including the Grand Ole Opry—a large studio and theater that is home to the oldest continuous radio program in the United States. Some of country music's greatest stars perform regularly at the Opry and visitors often take in a live Nashville taping. Music enthusiasts also enjoy exploring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum or venturing to one of Nashville's music clubs that feature live country, blues and jazz performances nightly. Nashville offers much more than just music, however. Popular non-music attractions include The Cheekwood Botantical Garden and Museum of Art, The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame and the Cumberland Science Museum. Nashville is also known for its events, including the Fan Fair Country Music Festival in June and the Tennessee State Fair in September.
Located in Centennial Park, the Parthenon is a full-size replica of the one on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.
Hotels & Motels
Built in 1910, the historic hotel features a three-story arched ceiling lobby.
Nashville sightseeing tours and attractions.