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While Nashville is best known as a music mecca, there’s so much more to know and love about the progressive and ambitious southern city. Over the last several years, Nashville has undergone a facelift of sorts and it has everyone buzzing. Invigorated neighborhoods are breathing new life, the culinary scene is making waves on a global level, and the economy is surging as big-name corporations are moving their operations to the city. Coined by GQ Magazine as “Nowville,” Nashville is attracting the young and the old, singles and families, and those with and without musical inclinations. And the best part? Everyone is more than welcome.
Located in Midtown, Hattie B’s is serving up a Nashville staple – the fiery Hot Chicken. If you don’t like it hot, their traditional take on fried chicken is also available - and delicious.
Hatch Show Print opened their doors in 1879 and have since established themselves as the world’s best-known letterpress printing shop. A handmade, one-of-a-kind poster makes for the perfect keepsake.
Make a point of visiting Centennial Park. Only in Nashville can you find a full-scale replica of the Ancient Parthenon. Inside you’ll find Athena Parthenos, the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western world.
New to Nashville? The quickest way to immerse yourself in its culture is with a tour of the iconic Country Music Hall of Fame Museum. It’s been called the “Smithsonian of country music.”
Arguably one of Nashville’s most treasured live music venues, the Bluebird Café has been attracting artists to their listening room for years. The scene is intimate, so reservations are recommended.
Explore the grounds of the historic Belle Meade Plantation. At the center of the property you can find a mansion built in 1853. Take a close look at its columns and you’ll find bullet holes from the Civil War.
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Nashville serves as a great home base if you’re looking to explore The Great Smoky Mountains National Park for a couple of days. It’s one of the few national parks that provides complimentary access to the flora, fauna, and trails.
Music lovers flock to Lower Broadway for a true taste of all that is country. Tootie’s Orchid Lounge, Legend’s Corner, and Robert’s Western World are just a few of the necessary stops you need to make on Nashville’s famed Honky Tonk Highway.
New to the Nashville cityscape is the First Tennessee Park. Trade in your boots for tennis shoes while you cheer on the minor league (AAA) Nashville Sounds. The baseball stadium features modern amenities and fireworks at Friday night home games.
Running into a celebrity at the grocery store or bellied up at the bar isn’t uncommon. You may find yourself start-struck and compelled to take a selfie, but play it cool. If you ask a local, celebrities are just like you and me and should be treated as so.
Although Nashville experiences hot summers with temperatures reaching 90 °F, spring and autumn months are relatively long and pleasant. Winters vary, but are rarely bitter cold. Visiting Nashville for the holidays? Don’t miss the decorations at the Opryland hotel. The humid climate does invite afternoon storms, which can cause a dip in temperature. Travel prepared and pack a little bit of everything.
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