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About Nashville

Nashville is lovingly known as Music City and offers visitors a big helping of everything country. If you’re looking for world-class music venues, a rich history, and the chance to spot celebrities both on the stage and in the street, this city is for you. Nashville cabin rentals make you feel like you’re home during your time in this popular Tennessee destination.

Things To Do

Nashville’s attractions are naturally rich in music-themed venues. Check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, take a stroll down Nashville’s Music Mile in the Music City Walk of Fame Park, or check out RCA Studio B where Elvis, Dolly Parton, and Chet Atkins have all recorded hits. If you’re looking for a live show, Nashville won’t disappoint with regular engagements at the iconic Grand Ole Opry. Looking for something more intimate? Check out the Bluebird Café where up-and-coming artists test their talent.

For historic highlights in Nashville, don’t miss the Parthenon in Centennial Park. This full-scale replica, constructed in 1897, pays homage to the Parthenon in Athens and houses the city’s art museum. Visit Belle Meade Plantation to tour a 150-year-old Greek-Revival mansion, dairy, horse stable, carriage house, and log cabin. Other popular attractions include the Nashville Zoo, which boasts a petting zoo and playground for younger children, as well as the Tennessee Central Railway Museum where visitors can enjoy themed rides throughout the year. 

Transit

Bus transportation around Nashville is available on the Metro Transit Authority. The Music City Commuter Rail operates Monday through Friday with six stations between Lebanon, east of Nashville, and Riverfront Park downtown. Lyft and Uber are active in Nashville as well, for convenient transportation from Nashville vacation rentals throughout the city.

Climate

While Nashville experiences all four seasons, the winters are mild. January is the coldest month of the year with daytime temperatures in the 40s F. Summers are hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and nighttime lows around 70. The spring months are rainy with frequent thunderstorms, while autumn is dry with just 2 to 3 inches of rain in October.

Food

Nashville’s iconic foods focus on hearty Southern fare. Local icons like Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack get packed around lunch, but the outstanding food is worth the wait. Some of the city’s best dishes are ...

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Top 10 Activities in Nashville

Top 10 Activities in Nashville
Exploring Nashville is a treat for all senses. With mouth-watering southern dishes piled high to the tunes of honky-tonk, the sites, tastes, and sounds will astound you. Here are a few things to add to your must-do list:
 

Catch a Show

You can do this in a number of forums from free dive bar performances to big names at historic venues like Ryman Auditorium. If you haven’t caught a live show, you haven’t experienced Nashville.
 

Visit the Fontanel Mansion

This spot has it all from dining to lodging to a museum full of country music history. You can even catch a top-notch performer in a spectacular outdoor concert at the Fontanel Mansion. Additional attractions include a wine tasting room, gift shop, and hiking trails.
 

Explore the Country Music Hall of Fame

See the greats of years gone by alongside some of today’s biggest names in this memorable museum experience. Standard admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame is $24.95 for adults. ...

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72 Hours in Nashville

72 Hours in Nashville
Known as Music City, Nashville, Tennessee, delivers endless entertainment for fans of music, art, and good food. With so many discoveries awaiting you, how do you narrow down your options? Let this itinerary be your guide for what to do over three days in Nashville.
 

Day 1: Music City 

Start your trip to Nashville by paying homage to some of the city's most significant musical destinations. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will lead you through a fun and engaging history of country music. Settle in at one of the many listening booths to hear some of the most influential songs and tour Studio B, where your favorite artists recorded some of the nation's catchiest pop songs.

Hatch Show Print is a great spot to see the performance side of Nashville's music industry. This vintage print shop has produced the city's concert and show posters for decades. Marvel at the posters on display and take one home as a souvenir. Afterward, cool off ...

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