Located in Downtown Nashville, this boutique hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hank Williams Jr. Museum, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and Ryman Auditorium. ...
This smoke-free Nashville resort is conveniently next door to the Grand Ole Opry and set on 40 acres complete with streams, waterfalls, bridges, and ...
From the Country Music Hall of Fame to the Grand Ole Opry, there's no question you're in the country music capital of America. Mingled in with the honky-tonks is a proud and patriotic history. Throw yourself headfirst into Nashville fun without pulling too many pennies from your pocket. CheapTickets will have you hollerin' a tune for next to no cash on your Nashville vacation.
You don't come on a Nashville vacation expecting classical music, and if you don't hear a banjo while you're here, you're doing something wrong. To fully immerse yourself in the long and proud country music tradition, stop by the Country Music Hall of Fame and take a walk with some of the greats. See Elvis' gold Cadillac, tour the legendary RCA Studio B, and view hundreds of objects from glittering stage costumes to instruments used by greats like Jimmie Rodgers and Mother Maybelle Carter.
Built in 1892, the Ryman Auditorium has been the site of political rallies, community events and legendary concerts for more than a century. Built in the Victorian Gothic Revival style, it's a monument to the spirit of Nashville and a place where both locals and international visitors have experienced some momentous occasions. Take a tour through the dressing rooms dedicated to stars who have graced the stage, and soak up the history of this Nashville icon.
A famed stretch of clubs and bars (many of which helped kick-start the careers of prominent local musicians), Honky Tonk Row is the place to simply follow your ears. Most clubs along the strip don't charge cover, so you're free to have a beer and immerse yourself in the best country sounds on your Nashville travels.
Delve into American history on your Nashville travels, from the Tennessee Museum and Fort Nashborough to the Downtown Presbyterian Church with its Egyptian Revival architecture. But with a full-scale replica of the Parthenon, you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd stumbled into ancient Greece.
Virtually unchanged since 1859, the State Capitol is a shining beacon to the spirit of Tennessee. Home to a few statues, most notably Presidents Jackson and Johnson, you can organize a guided tour through this patriotic landmark from Monday to Friday without it costing you a cent.
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