The capital city of Tennessee is known for its rich history, its great restaurants, and good ol’ country music. Did you know Toledo Express Airport can get you there on an American Airlines flight connecting through Charlotte?
Check out these five fun things to do in Nashville that will be sure to have you on the next flight out!
The Bluebird Café is one of the most well-known cafes in the music industry, as it is the space where you can find songwriters performing their original hits that have been recorded by chart-topping artists, not just in the country music genre, in all genres of music. The Bluebird Café is also the space where you can be the first to hear up-in-coming artists before they take the big stage.
Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tennessee
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If you are a country music fan, the Country Music Hall of Fame will be a must-see on your vacation list. Experience the influence of some of your favorite artists and be immersed in the history and the legends of country music through photographs, videos, interactive exhibits and more.
Visit country music’s most famous stage for performances that are known for being jaw-dropping and an experience for all ages. Some artists that are scheduled to perform this May include Luke Combs, Tanya Tucker, Ashley Campbell, Terri Clark, Trace Adkins, Craig Morgan and many more.
The Parthenon Pavilion housing the Athena statue in Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Take a stroll through Centennial Park and stop by the Parthenon, a 42-foot sculpture that is an exact replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Inside you will find a beautiful statue of Athena, the ancient goddess of love, and an art museum.
Get a taste of the Music City on the one-mile Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour as you walk through downtown Nashville and sample food from six restaurants. You will also get to explore the culture and learn about the history of the city.
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