Welcome to Nashville, Tennessee. Commonly known as Music City, it's home to many major record labels. No visit is complete without seeing the world famous Grand Ole Opry, where some of the most renowned musicians launched their careers. Ride through the Belle Meade area to see the many enormous Victorian homes. If hiking, biking or horseback riding appeals to you, then visit Warner Parks. Downtown Nashville is home to the tranquil Centennial Park, live music venues and fine dining experiences.
You can fly directly to Nashville International Airport and be immersed in the music scene right away. From rock to jazz, country to R&B, you will find live music on stages located right in the airport. Find great historical information about the United States when you visit The Tennessee State Museum, home to artifacts and information about Native Americans all the way through the Civil War. Or stop by Hermitage, home to former President Andrew Jackson.
Nashville has a temperate climate with daytime averages above 81 degrees in the summer and below 54 degrees in winter. Nightlife is plentiful, year round. From Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar, you can dance and party the night away. Throughout the city you will find great cuisine. Rich in culture and history, Nashville offers music, museums, nightlife and the best of outdoors activities.