You may want to start by using one of the interactive maps, or downloading a printable map from Nashville Music City’s Maps and Transportation page.
Whether you’re into sports, hiking, history, fashion, food, music and entertainment, or something else, Nashville has something for you.
- Professional Sports: Nashville is home to the Tennessee Titans (football), Nashville Predators (hockey), Nashville Sounds (minor league baseball), and the Nashville Soccer Club (Nashville SC).
- Nascar Racing: The Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway is home of the All American 400 Nascar event, and also features stock car racing, throwbacks & past champions, and more.
- Historical Attractions: Nashville has a variety of historical attractions including: President Andrew Jackson’s former home, forts from the Civil War era, pre-Civil-War plantations, Old Town Trolley Tours, and a full-scale replica of the Greek Parthenon.
- Parks, Botanical Gardens, and Hiking Trails: Nashville’s Centennial Park is home to the replica of the Parthenon, a one-mile walking trail, historical monuments, arts center, sunken gardens, and more.
Cheekwood Botanical Garden offers more than just beautiful gardens to explore. It features a mansion, art museum, exhibitions and special events.
The highest rated trails in Nashville include Shelby Bottom’s Greenway and Nature Center, Radnor Lake State Park, and Percy Warner Park and Equestrian Center.
- Fashion Designers and Shopping: In need of a little shopping therapy? Nashville offers everything from flea markets to high-end fashion design and everything in between. Check out the 10 Best Places to Shop in Nashville and Nashville’s Fashion Scene.
- Museums, Art Museums, and Galleries: If you love art and museums, don’t miss Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Tennessee State Museum, Fisk University’s galleries, Vanderbilt University’s Fine Arts Gallery, Country Music’s Hall of Fame and Museum, and The Upper Room Chapel and Christian Art Museum which features a wood carving of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper.
- Fabulous Food: Popular local cuisine includes hot chicken, hot fish, barbeque, and meat and three (a meat entree with your choice of two or three side dishes).
- Live Music: Nashville has over 150 music venues that feature everything from pop, rock, and gospel to jazz, blues, soul, classical, symphony, and even Indie! For more information about upcoming events, free options, or to download the Live Music Guide App, check out the Nashville Music City website.
For more ideas and information, Nashville has a number of Visitor Information Centers (you’ll find their contact information here) or you can visit the Nashville Convention Center & Visitors Corporation website.
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- Tennessee Titans
- Nashville Predators
- Nashville Sounds
- Nashville Soccer Club (Nashville SC)
- Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway
- President Andrew Jackson’s former home, The Hermitage
- Fort Nashborough
- Fort Negley
- Belle Meade Plantation
- Belmont Mansion
- Old Town Trolley Tours
- Greek Parthenon
- Centennial Park
- Cheekwood Botanical Garden
- Shelby Bottom’s Greenway and Nature Center
- Radnor Lake State Park
- Percy Warner Park and Equestrian Center
- Nashville’s Best Hot Chicken Joints
- Captain D’s Hot Fish & Seafood
- Nashville’s 10 Best Meat and Three Restaurants
- Frist Center for Visual Art
- Vanderbilt’s Fine Arts Gallery
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- The Upper Room Chapel and Christian Art Museum
- Top 25 FREE Things To Do In Nashville
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