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You almost certainly know this already, but Grand Ole Opry simply mustn't be missed. As far as world-renowned attractions go, it's up there with the best.
A visit to the Tennessee State Fairgrounds or Wave Country is a terrific opportunity for some family bonding. If you're looking for a bit more excitement, the Discovery Center at Murfree Spring and Nashville Shores Waterpark are a couple of other options.
Come face-to-face with some extraordinary animals and learn about the need to protect our environment during an excursion to the Nashville Zoo.
Would you like to try a few glasses of local wine? Spend a lazy day tasting liquid delights crafted by dedicated local vintners at the Arrington Vineyards and the Sumner Crest WInery.
If you're interested in knowing about the local species of flora, make your way over to Opryland Hotel Gardens. Alternatively, spend a relaxing day wandering through the winding pathways and taking in the variety of local plant and flowers at the Cheekwood.
Feel like an alfresco lunch? Grab some cheese and crackers and venture to Centennial Park or Riverfront Park for a picnic. There's also plenty of fun to be had at Hadley Park and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
Want to know about upcoming events, city tours or the best local restaurant? Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Rutherford County Convention and Visitors Bureau are the places to turn to for any questions you may have about your stay.
Watch birds soar and dip or simply look out across the mirror-like water at Marrowbone Lake and Radnor Lake. Percy Priest Lake is one more natural waterbody that's worth getting your shoes a little muddy for.
You probably already know about its must-see shopping centres and museums, but don't forget that Nashville has some pleasant natural havens too. Radnor Lake State Park and Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge are two to consider. For some more quiet time, head over to Edwin and Percy Warner Parks and Bledsoe Creek State Park.
Get going to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum or the Lane Motor Museum if the weather's not looking good. Study the eye-opening exhibits or just take a moment in the peaceful surroundings. Grand Ole Opry Museum and Nashville Toy Museum are also leading institutions.
Science nerds will be over the moon with the Adventure Science Center, where a whole range of mind-boggling scientific objects and innovations are just waiting to be discovered.
With so many excellent art collections to pick from, you might need a push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a strong coffee and heading over to the Parthenon or the Frist Center for Visual Arts. Also enquire about what exhibitions are on at the Local Color Gallery and the Carl Van Vechten Gallery.
The best way to understand the now is to learn about the past. Find out how this city came to be the destination it is today at the Tennessee State Museum and the Historic Mansker's Station Frontier Life Center.
A trip to Nashville has you spoilt for choice when it comes to history-filled sites. You're sure to get a deeper understanding of the city's past at the Vanderbilt University and Belle Meade Plantation. If that doesn't satisfy the history buff in you, extend your sightseeing to The Hermitage and Tennessee State Capitol.
Arrange a trip to Fort Nashborough and discover the significance of this fortified position. Built to withstand enemy attack, it's easy to imagine the turbulent events that took place on the ground you're walking!
Ready to take a spiritual journey? Get a glimpse into some of the local beliefs, and maybe even find the answers you've been looking for, at Upper Room and The Village Chapel. You can also check for guided tours at The Village Chapel.
It's better to look back on your past and say, 'Did I really do that?' instead of, 'I wish I did that.' So, while you're in Nashville you should also check out some of the less well-known sights, such as the Fort Campbell and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Don't forget to check out Governor's Residence and the Nashville Public Library either.
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Whether you're after a basic room or one with all the fancy extras, Nashville has your back. For quality service that won't burn a hole through your wallet, book a room at the Quality Inn Nashville Downtown - Stadium (303 Interstate Dr) or the Extended StayAmerica Nashville - Vanderbilt (3311 West End Ave). Or perhaps you'd rather indulge yourself in more luxurious surrounds? Then let the expert staff at the Omni Nashville Hotel and the Hilton Nashville Downtown take care of your every need.