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  • 1 Gaylord Opry Entertainment Complex Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2802 Opryland Drive USA - Nashville, TN 37214

    This expansive, mega-entertainment complex on the Cumberland River about 9mi northeast of downtown Nashville encompasses the world's longest-running live radio show, the Grand Ole Opry. After occupying the Ryman auditorium for nearly 30 years, the Op..

  • 2 Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    222 Fifth Ave. S. USA - Nashville, TN 37203

    This jam-packed facility is generally considered the best of Nashville's numerous "musems" of country music and its stars. Admission includes a tour of RCA's legendary Studio B, where Elvis Presley and Patsy Cline played the 1940s Steinway ..

  • 3 Tennessee State Capitol Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    USA - Nashville, TN 37243

    The self-professed masterpiece of architect William Strickland (1788-1854), this Tennessee limestone Greek Revival "temple" sits high on a hill and boasts ancient Athenian models for its Ionic porticoes and towering cupola. Inside are marbl..

  • 4 Cheekwood Interesting

    Museums and art

    1200 Forest Park Dr USA - Nashville, TN 37205

    This 55-acre attraction includes the former home on the Cheek estate, and is an elegant setting for rotating exhibits of the museum's collection featuring American paintings by members of the Ashcan school, 18C to 20C English and American silver, and..

  • 5 Ryman Auditorium Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    116 5th Ave. N. USA - Nashville, TN 37219

    Built as the Union Gospel Tabernacle by Nashville riverboat captain Tom Ryman in 1892, the Ryman was designed an auditorium, with a 100ft-high ceiling and stellar acoustics. In 1943 the auditorium became the site of the Grand Ole Opry, staging many c..

  • 6 Fisk University Galleries Interesting

    Museums and art

    1000 17th Ave. N. USA - Nashville, TN 37208

    After the death of her husband, American photographer Alfred Stieglitz, painter Georgia O'Keeffe donated their personal art collection to this black institution. Today the Carl Van Vechten Art Gallery (Jackson St.) is named for the supporter of the N..

  • 7 Belle Meade Plantation Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    5025 Harding Rd.. 7mi West of Downtown. USA - Nashville, TN 37205

    Most antebellum plantation homes display portraits of family members in gilded frames, but at Belle Meade—a stud farm and breeding operation since 1816—the portraits are of Thoroughbred racehorses. For more than 80 years, racehorse owners worldwide c..

  • 8 Gruhn Guitars

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    400 Broadway USA - Nashville, TN 37203

    Opened in 1970 this venerable store features vintage instruments, expert inspections, repairs and certifications all making this a must see mecca for any musician.

  • 9 Parthenon

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    2600 West End Ave USA - Nashville, TN 37203

    After the Civil War, the city emerged as an educational, religious and cultural center, touting itself as the "Athens of the South" and celebrating its rebirth with a Centennial Exposition in 1879. A full-sized replica of the Parthenon, com..

  • 10 Music Row

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Division St. Music Square E USA - Nashville, TN 37212

    Is a 10-block neighborhood of office towers harboring artists' agents; music publishing houses; offices for Arista Records, EMI, RCA, Polygram, Sony Music and Warner Bros.; and signature buildings for ASCAP and BMI. Nearby is the legendary Studio B (..

  • 11 Printer's Alley

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Printer's Alley USA - Nashville, TN 37219

    In 1916 a catastrophic fire destroyed more than 700 buildings in east Nashville. Glimpses of the historic downtown remain along Printer's Alley and in the glass-roofed 1903 Arcade (between 4th & 5th Aves.), which now houses shops and restaurants.

  • 12 Fort Nashborough

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    170 1st Ave. N. USA - Nashville, TN 37201

    Built by James Robertson and his men after a journey of 400mi on foot through the Cumberland Gap. A few months later, John Donelson brought the men's wives and children by boat, a treacherous 1,000mi journey from the other side of the mountains.

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