This Music City Offers Attractions Like No Other

Nashville is the capital city of the US state of Tennessee. It houses favorite music venues such as the Grand Ole Opry house and country of music hall of fame and museum. The first April month is celebrating which brings together the music, films, and fashion. Every year in June, there is the Country Music Association. There is a variety of historic homes, gardens and plantation houses to visit in Nashville. Nashville is often called the music city. Apart from other tourist attractions, there are child-friendly attractions like theme parks.


We were marveled at the Ryman Auditorium. We also visited the parathion which is a beautiful replica of the Greek landmark along with the centennial park and the Tennessee State Capitol. Our kids loved the historic train ride and the adventure science center. 

We are a lover of wine and Bourbons loved visiting the Nelsons’ green beer distillery. We enjoyed the BBQ at Bar B Cutie on Nolensville Road which is famous worldwide. We took an early hike to the Cummins Waterfall which is situated just one and a half hour from Nashville. The tourists were either swimming in cool gorge water falling or just napping at leisure on the boulder hopping there. Make sure you are carrying good hiking shoes for that.

If you are a history lover, take a tour of Belmont Mansion. Other attractions in Nashville are the Johnny Cash museum, the Hermitage, Tootsie’s orchid lounge, Belle Meade Plantation, the first center for the visual arts, John Seigenthaler pedestrian bridge, historic RCA Studio B, the Broadway, the cheek wood estate and gardens and many other must-see attractions in and around the city.

We lodged at La Quinta Inn and suites. We loved the outdoor pool facility and contemporary breakfast provided by the hotel. As we were visiting during August, it was quite hot and humid there. If you happen to visit between the periods of November to March, you might experience light snow and chilly weather.

Nashville is a place which has to be on the checklist of every traveler.