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Downtown NashvilleAttractions » Historic LandmarksYou can relax as you travel through downtown Nashville, and you can see what this has to offer you. You need to check out the music hall of fame, watch the water flow down the river, or you need to visit the great restaurants that this town has to offer you. You hear the music as it plays in music city, or you can walk through downtown Nashville and feel the energy of the city lights. This is filled with all kinds of entertainment and this is a easy walk. As you visit this great city, Nashville is easy going and laid back. This is filled with music as you will hear the music floating in the air. When you come to this town, you will feel like royalty.
Belle Meade PlantationAttractions » Historic LandmarksHarding Pike, 37205View siteThe Belle Meade Plantation is one of Nashville's best attractions. Providing visitors a glimpse into the history of Belle Meade, costumed guides show visitors around the 1807 mansion and the beautifully landscaped grounds, including the winery. President Andrew Jackson is among the many people to have lived inside of the mansion during its 200 year history. A visit to the plantation provides so much for those who want to learn more of their history and is exciting from the moment that you walk into the door. Tours are available each day, with admission $16 for adults; $14 for seniors; $8 for youth and free for children 5 years of age and younger. A family rate of $45 is also available.
Ryman AuditoriumAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events116 Fifth Ave N, 37219There are many types of events that are held at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Located at 116 Fifth Avenue North, it is a place where many stars have performed. This historical landmark was established in 1892. Many events have been held here and many more will be held here in the future. They have Opry nights and Bluegrass nights as special events that take place here. The Ryman features events for children as well as adults. Tours are available daily. Ticket prices for the shows will be determined by the performances that are taking place and how famous the star of the show is. Many seats are available on the two levels. Tickets can be purchased online as well as at the box office before the event. Some shows will sell out before the day the event is scheduled to take place.
Opryland Hotel GardensAttractions » Parks & Nature2800 Opryland Dr, 37214The Opryland Hotel Gardens consist of three large indoor gardens that are situated in the atrium lobby of the world famous Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Spanning nine
acres the gardens include actual rivers, waterfalls and a lake along with wide varieties of flowers, plants and trees. Many varieties of tropical plants are featured in the
gardens as are many varieties of orchids. There are fountains that spray water in the air, lots of swimming fish and majestic rock formations. This truly amazing attraction even offers boat rides on the rivers. Located close to downtown Nashville the Opryland Hotel Gardens feature several on-site restaurants and retail shops and admission to the gardens is free. At night a free laser/fountain show is also offered.
Grand Ole OpryAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events2804 Opryland Drive, 37214Currently located at Opryland Plaza, Nashville, Tennessee's Grand Ole Opry, originally situated in the radio studio of an insurance office building, began as the WSM Barn Dance. Since the middle of the 1920s, the Grand Ole Opry has been a mecca for country and bluegrass artists as well as a venue for would-be performers seeking to be discovered. More commonly associated with its former 1943 location, the Ryman Auditorium, its stage has been graced by artists ranging from Loretta Lynn, Roy Acuff and Patsy Cline to bluegrass performers Carrie Underwood and Pam Tillis. During a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry, guests are regaled with interesting trivia such as the fact that country artist, Alan Jackson once served as a mail-room clerk. One highlight of the tour is the opportunity to step into the spotlight on the wooden performers circle which was part of the old Ryman Auditorium stage.
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew JacksonAttractions » Historic Landmarks4580 Rachel's Lane, 37076View siteThe Hermitage is the former home of President Andrew Jackson who was also a General in the US Army. It is located outside of Nashville, Tennessee. The home and adjoining farm is operated by the Ladies Hermitage Association and has control over the entire original 1,050 acres that made up Andrew Jackson's plantation and estate. Today visitors go to see The Hermitage to get a glimpse into the life of one on America's most famous presidents and his family while they lived there. The Hermitage contains a majority of the home's original personal artifacts and furniture. Jackson's personal collection of artwork and books remain there for visitors to see. Over 100,000 visitors come to the home of the 7th President of the United States every single year. Admission is $19 for adults and $9 for children ages 6 to 12. Children under the age of five are free.
Country Music Hall of Fame and MuseumAttractions » Museums222 Fifth Avenue S, 37203View siteThe Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, located on the banks of the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee, has been the home of American music since 1967. This facility houses plagues honoring inducted members, and serves as a memorial to their unique talents and service to Country Music. Two centuries of country music history is displayed in dynamic exhibits. There is a museum store, dining facilities, and live performances to enhance an already magnificent ambiance. The museum is opened daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. General admission tickets are available for purchase at the Admission Box Office, but you will want to experience the complete Nashville experience with a Gold or Platinum package. Adult costs for the Gold package is $22, youth $15. Platinum costs for Adults is $33, youth $24.
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