Nashville Things to Do

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Belmont Mansion

Belmont Mansion, whose construction began in 1849, was built as a summer home for Joseph and Adelicia Acklen, one of Nashville’s wealthiest couples. The 19th-century estate now operates as a museum and sits in the middle of the Belmont University campus, one of the ten most beautiful urban campuses in the United States! It’s a must-see for history buffs and anyone interested in early architecture or decorative arts. Details
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Step into an interactive world of music, fame and fun at Madame Tussauds Nashville. Get up close with your favorite stars, strike a pose for selfies and enjoy an unforgettable day of stardom. Located in the heart of Music City at Opry Mills, this renowned Nashville wax museum is a must-visit attraction for music lovers and pop culture enthusiasts alike. Details
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Discover the stunning gardens, historic architecture, and peaceful surroundings of Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. Explore the 1,120-acre property at your own pace, with informative signage and interactive exhibits throughout. After exploring the Hermitage grounds, enjoy a visit to the onsite Natchez Hills Winery for a discounted wine tasting (ages 21+). Details
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Journey through country music's rich heritage and history in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum halls. The museum hosts many of the genre's beloved memorabilia – from Hank Williams' Martin guitar to plaques dedicated to some of the finest country music artists like Patsy Cline to Reba Mcentire – and more! Details
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Take a tour and discover the artistry and history of the letterpress! The Hatch Family started the letterpress printing business in Nashville more than a century ago, creating beauty in the simplicity found in fonts and formatting. Today, guests can admire the skill and creativity that goes into this passing art form at the Hatch Show Print shop! Details
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Explore Music City aboard the Old Town Trolley Nashville. Take an entire day to hop on and off the trolley at your leisure, or choose to stay on the trolley for the entire 90-minute loop. This fully-narrated city tour includes stops near Nashville’s top attractions including Ryman Auditorium, Centennial Park, Antique Archaeology and more. Details
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Experience Nashville's energetic bar scene with Music City Pub Crawl walking tour, Nashville's original and most popular bar crawl. Visit 4 to 5 stops at local and less touristy pubs along 2nd Avenue and Printers Alley with no worries of getting lost thanks to your entertaining and knowledgeable guide. The tour offers lighthearted history, exclusive drink specials, fun toasts, and plenty of activities to keep the party rolling. Bring your friends. And make new friends along the way! Details
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Get a chance to see the tools of the trade of the historic letterpress industry and the artists that coined the iconic ‘Nashville Sound’! Guests on this tour will appreciate the history and heritage found in the attractions as they tour the halls and learn the inner workings of both trades. Discover what Nashville has to offer with just one ticket! Details
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Listen to iconic music and the stories behind them with this Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Combo ticket. Hear all about the singers that coined the 'Nashville Sound' as you roam the studio that gave birth to icons like Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and more. Feel the rhythm and enjoy a day full of learning all about music right here! Details
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Experience Nashville lit up for the night on this Soul of Music City Nashville trolley tour of downtown. From honky-tonks to legendary sites like Ryman Auditorium, you’ll get the inside scoop about its music, people and places from your talented and entertaining guide. Details
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Whether it’s a getaway with the family, friends, or exploring the city by yourself, Nashville offers a range of things to do for all ages. For the country music fan, get up close and personal with your favorite artist at Madame Tussauds Nashville, or take a true country-style ride with The Nashville Tractor to downtown Broadway street, where you can dance the night away! If you are looking for a more relaxed family attraction, the Nashville Zoo is a fun way to spend the day.