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Hello, and welcome to our Nashville, TN city guide the Internet’s most detailed write up of what its like to experience our magical city. Whether you are visiting for the very first time as a tourist from another state or outside of the country, or someone who is already living here, or better yet you are planning on living here, you will find this guide is full with very useful information from someone that actually lives here. You will find this guide very refreshing and better than any other guide you will find on the internet. There is no other place that I can think of right now that is as hot as Nashville right now besides any of the other party cities out there in the U.S. This city is full of art, musical talents as far as the eye can see, good food and southern hospitality all around.
Top sights in Nashville, TN
These places are based on real life traveler ratings and visit statistics pulled from various sources such as Google, articles, Facebook groups, forums and more…
1. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The country music hall of fame is one of the most visited places in Nashville, TN by far. This is one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to archiving and preserving american country music history and its artifacts. If you are a fan of country music you will not be disappointed with your visit to this massive 350,000-square-foot facility which features over 250,000 sound recordings from the Bob Pinson collection. Over 500,000 photographic images comprising of negatives, transparencies, and digital images, more than 30,000 moving film images in film and digital formats, almost 1,000 musical instruments belonging to the most famous country music stars, memorabilia that used to belong to the legends such as Elvis, Webb Pierce, Jerry Reed and many more!
Questions & Answers
Q. What is the price of admission for the country music hall of fame?
A. The general price of admission is between $25-$30. According to frequent visitors they have a special discount for tickets if you arrive 1 hour before they close but its only recommended if you have already visited because the recommended time to fully enjoy the experience is at least 2-hours.
2. RYMAN AUDITORIUM
Second on the list is the Ryman Auditorium a historical Nashville landmark where many music and other events are held all throughout the year. Originally designed to be a house of worship in the late 1800’s but was also used for other events to pay for the building’s debts. This place has had many legends host events such as Joe Rogan, Carlos Santana, Taylor Swift and many more. If you are planning on visiting Nashville make sure to check out the upcoming events which can be seen in their official website.
3. Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center
The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, previously named Opryland Hotel is a place you definitely shouldn’t miss when visiting Nashville. This hotel is managed and operated by Marriott International and is considered one of the largest hotels & resort in the whole world. This place offers the all that Nashville has to offer under one roof, here you will be able to find all kinds of entertainment that’s family friendly, and best of all you don’t even have to be a guest in one of their 2,800 rooms to attend. This convention center is a climate controlled indoor garden which features tropical plants, cascading waterfalls and even an indoor river with boat tours! This place has everything for all ages! They have restaurants with amazing food, light and synchronized water shows and it even has bars & live music for your entertainment. This place is located about 20 minuets away from downtown Nashville, if you are planning on coming here make sure to at least have 2-3 hours free to fully enjoy what this great resort has to offer.