15 Must See’s for Nashville Visitors

Check out these Nashville hot spots! These places are great, whether you are a visitor, or even if you have lived in Nashville for your whole life! 

1.The Country Music Hall of Fame located in the heart of Nashville is known for teaching its audiences about the beauty and cultural importance of Country Music. Through performances, tours, exhibits, and educational programs you are sure to enjoy yourself and gain a true understanding of Country music. 

2.Madame Tussauds in Music City was voted the world’s most famous wax attraction in the world! Bring your crew and get close to your favorite Country artists.   

3.Take a cruise down the Cumberland River on the General Jackson Showboat. Enjoy amazing views, a delicious lunch or dinner, and an entertaining show!   

4.Jump aboard the Old Town Trolley Tour for the best combination of Entertainment and Transportation. The Trolley passes include FREE admission to two museums, 100 points of interest on a fully narrated tour, and Hop-on Hop-off options for 15 locations.

5.The historic Jack Daniel’s Distillery is a 7-hour tour that guides you through surrounding cities such as Lynchburg and Shelbyville. On this tour you will learn about the whiskey making process and see all headquarters associated. 

6.Make your way down to the longest running Broadcast station in the U.S. The Grand Ole Opry’s Country Music Stage has helped make country music famous by showcasing country legends. Come for a live show and tour to get the full experience. 


7.Are the kids itching for a fun and educational day? The Adventure Science Center offers more than 150 interactive exhibits, family fun labs, and the Sudekum Planetarium!  

8.Take a trip to the historical Centennial Park to view a replica of The Parthenon, a former temple in Greece. The park also has wartime memorabilia and special events. 

 9.If you want to see the beauty and history of the South, the historic Belle Meade Plantation is the perfect place to visit! Make a day out of it with wine tasting and dining.  

10. Located in the heart of Nashville is theJohnny Cash Museum, which holds the largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia. After your visit enjoy dinner and drinks in the Cash Kitchen and Saloon.

11.The visual art scene in Nashville has grown immensely and The Frist Art Museum has been considered the hub. With exhibits and art interchanging every 6 to 8 weeks there is always something new to see

12. If you’re looking for the best HOT Chicken in Nashville, Princes Hot Chicken is the place to go! Push your taste buds with 7 levels of heat, flavorful sides, and a homemade dessert!  


13. Come to Robert’s Western World where the people are friendly, the beer is flowing, and the music is sometimes live. Bring your friends and for a fun night out! 

 14. For over 65 years, Lon and Annie Loveless from The Loveless Café has provided delicious Southern meals and excellent service. Make sure to stop in and enjoy their famous Biscuits and Gravy and the Music City Platter.  

15. Local artist set out to cover the streets of Nashville with the I Believe in Nashville Murals.  If you love unique street art, stop by and take a quick photo. (Murals can be found by restaurants and local businesses all over the city!)