The Grand Ole Opry is one of the best and most memorable Nashville attractions! No trip to Nashville would be complete without experiencing the music phenomenon of the world-famous 4,400-seat Grand Ole Opry. It’s the worlds longest-running radio show and showcases the best in country music, bluegrass and more.
Opryland USA: Images of Modern America The new book from Stephen W. Phillips, "Opryland USA: Images of Modern America" explores the rise and fall of the beloved Nashville, Tennessee theme park. Opryland USA operated from May 27, 1972 until December 31, 1997, attracting millions of visitors each year and giving many celebrities their first taste of show business.
Nashville Zoo is proud to have the Grassmere Historic Home as a centerpiece of the park. The historic home and surrounding farm are filled with five generations of stories waiting to be told. As a bonus, a beautiful garden maintained by Davidson County Master Gardeners awaits your discovery.
Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, collectively known as “The Warner Parks,” are managed by the Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation Department. The Warner Parks are one of the largest municipally administered parks in Tennessee and together span more than 3,100 acres of forest and field, 9 miles from downtown Nashville.
Adventure Science Center is dedicated to creating learning experiences that open minds to the wonders of science and technology, fostering a better understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Adventure Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit center of science, learning, and exploration.
Fort Negley Visitors Center and Park. The Fort Negley Visitors Center is a historical education and outdoor recreation center of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation. Fort Negley is a place where people and history come together.
About Lane Motor Museum Lane Motor Museum in Nashville features the largest European collection of cars and motorcycles in the United States. Admission ranges from $3 to $12, with children ages 5 and younger admitted free, making it a great family excursion.
Fort Nashborough On January 1, 1780, James Robertson founded Nashville when he led his group of pioneers across the frozen Cumberland river to a place called The Cedar Bluffs. These men built a fort here called Nashborough, which would shelter the first families until Indian attacks ended in 1792.
Belmont Mansion is the largest house museum in Tennessee and one of a few whose history revolves around the life of a woman: Adelicia Acklen. About Belmont Mansion Belmont Mansion is the largest house museum in Tennessee and one of a few whose history revolves around the life of a woman: Adelicia Acklen.
Cooter’s Place Nashville 2613 McGavock Pike Nashville, TN 37214 (615) 872-8358. Sun – Thursday: 8:30AM- 9PM, or later Fri & Sat 8:30AM- 9PM, or later Tickets! Free Admission for Museum. If you love THE DUKES OF HAZZARD (And Americans of all ages do), you will love a visit to Cooter’s Place.
The Music City Walk of Fame is an official project of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp Foundation (Music City, Inc.). The foundation was established to further the education, research and training for Nashville's hospitality industry and to produce events and projects in association with the City of Nashville.
Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues. Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues.
Beaman Park Located in northwest Nashville near Joelton. This wild and rugged land is a unique treasure in Nashville’s park system and features a Highland Rim forest type, unique plant associations and species, and a rugged landscape with steep slopes, narrow hollows, and streams and waterfalls.
Treetop Adventure Park is an adventure course set in the beautiful woods of Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort featuring 100 exciting and challenging obstacles including suspended bridges, giant zip lines, cargo nets, Tarzan swings, and many thrilling other elements.
Fannie Mae Dees. Dragon Sculpture Restoration. The dragon sculpture at Fannie Mae Dees is in need of repair. There is extensive cracking along the belly and the tile work is damaged. The Parks Department and the Hillsboro West End Neighborhood Association are working on a repair plan along with a local engineering team and an art conservator.