Attractions

Nashville-Davidson County is equally known as both the “Country Music Capital of the World” and the “Athens of the South”, a duality of character which has created a vibrant community and eclectic, artistic population. Our city is one where you can take in the breathtaking 38 foot tall Musica sculpture by day and go “honky-tonkin'” by night, feeling equally at home in either activity.

Historic downtown is home to some of the most interesting shops, bookstores, coffeehouses and fine dining destinations in Tennessee; Midtown Nashville is full of restaurants, galleries and landmark buildings. The instantly recognizable “Batman Building”, the AT&T Building, is Tennessee’s tallest structure, while the historic Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge offers spectacular river views and the downtown skyline silhouette. And no visit to Nashville would be complete without a trip to the Grand Ole Opry, one of the institutions that have made our city synonymous with music and traditional Americana. So whether you choose to take a ride on the General Jackson Showboat, take in some tunes at Bluebird Café, hunt for bargains at Opry Mills or just relax and enjoy a cone at city favorite Bobbie’s Dairy Dip, there’s an adventure or a retreat from the ordinary waiting for you in Davidson County! To learn more about the attractions, activities and leisure destinations of the Nashville Metro area, please visit:

Nashville Area Attractions Index
Grand Ole Opry
General Jackson Showboat
Tennessee State Fair & Exposition Center
The Parthenon at Centennial Park
Wave Country
Music Row
Helistar Aviation
Jack Daniel’s Distillery
Tennessee Wineries
Nashville Convention Center
Music City Walk of Fame

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