Planning a trip to Honky Tonk Central?
Let me just say that, no matter what kind of music you listen to, Nashville is such a great and fun city to visit.
I was only in Nashville for a weekend, but I wish I would have stayed at least one or two more days. I will definitely be back!
Here are 5 things you should do when visiting Nashville, Tennessee (I know one of the things on the list is not in Nashville, but if you can, I highly suggest making the trip to Lynchburg.)
Alright… Here is my list of things to do in the famous Music City…
The Parthenon in Centennial Park, is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. Visit the website for tickets and operating hours.
This is a cool Instagram worthy photo spot.
2. COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM
If you love country music (like I do), this is a must! There is so much history behind it. And you get to see the cool outfits up close!
3. NASHVILLE TRACTOR TOUR
The Nashville Tractor is a fun, party tour through Downtown Nashville.
The custom party wagon has 25,000 watts of rocking stereo, full light-up dance floor that beats to the music, horse saddle seating and on-board bar!
*You can find deals on Groupon!
4. BROADWAY STREET
Broadway Street is where you want to be to get your partying on!
Broadway and surrounding streets is full of bars, restaurants and shops! From Luke Bryan’s bar to Honky Tonks, there is something for everyone.
5. JACK DANIEL’S DISTILLERY*
Whiskey lovers! This is your place to visit. The Distillery tour is really cool. They take you around telling you the history of how Jack Daniel started, how Tennessee Whiskey is made and at the end, you get to taste different flavors of whiskey.
There are 2 different types of tours – Angels Share and Flight of Jack Daniels.
*Note, the Distillery is located in Lynchburg, Tennessee. About 1.5 hours away from Nashville.
Those are some of my recommendations to do in Nashville. Of course there is way more to do and see. We can not forget Dolly Parton’s White Limozeen Bar, Johnny Cash Museum, Nashville Murals and more…
Let me know if you have been to NashVegas before!