Nashville Information

Grand Ole Opry
As Nashville's most popular attraction, the Grand Ole Opry is a must do when visiting the city. Every week, the Opry features live performances of country, folk, gospel and bluegrass music as well as comedy skits from legendary to contemporary and emerging entertainers. Because every Opry show is unique, guests can be assured of a memorable experience. Additionally, backstage tours are available from February to October where guests can visit the studio, dressing rooms and the famous Opry stage.

Opryland Hotel Gardens
Visitors to Nashville will not want to miss out on the spectacular experience of the Opryland Hotel Gardens. Located at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, this huge botanical garden complex features three different atriums where guests can spend hours walking and enjoying the beauty and peaceful ambiance. The atriums showcase a host of stunning gardens, cascading waterfalls, ornate fountains, a crystal gazebo, dancing water shows and many other attractions. The garden complex also provides connections to several restaurants, cafes and shops.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is another top attraction in Nashville. Visitors here can easily spend hours checking out the extensive exhibits and collections of country music memorabilia and artifacts. Guests can see busts of inductees and photos of country music stars from the 1920s to present as well as hundreds of stage costumes, musical instruments and automobiles.

Belle Meade Plantation
The Belle Meade Plantation is a 30 acre Southern plantation rich in history and artifacts. As part of the tour, visitors can walk through the beautiful Greek Revival mansion and see the interior with its antique furniture and furnishings. The tour also includes outdoor attractions such as the gardens, dairy, carriage house, old log cabin, horse stables and slave quarters. The plantation also features a gift shop, restaurant and winery where guests can enjoy free wine samples.

Centennial Park
Less than two miles from downtown Nashville, the Centennial Park attracts thousands of visitors every year. Covering a 132 acres, the star feature of the park is the Parthenon, a full-size replica of the ancient Greek Parthenon. Other park features include a lake, stunning gardens, historical monuments, dog parks, volleyball courts, walking trails and an arts center. Additionally, the park serves as a venue for many festivals and events.