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About Nashville Tennessee
Nashville, TN, population 549,110, is located in Tennessee's Davidson county, about 40.7 miles from Clarksville and 99.9 miles from Huntsville.
Visit Nashville Shores and delight in a water park that has refreshing swimming pools, sandy beaches, and a wide variety of water slides. You will have a splashing good time! Nashville Shores is the only gathering place in the Nashville area to provide extensive recreational facilities coupled with a wide assortment of meeting facilities designed for business and family fun. At Nashville Shores, any outing - from a simple 4th of July picnic to a sophisticated executive planning session - is like having the best facilities possible right smack in the middle of a beautiful state park!
Nashville has plenty of sports activities to keep every fan happy include football, with the Tennessee Titans, hockey with the Nashville Predators, and baseball with the Nashville Sounds. There are also college sports from 6 major universities in the area.
When you are ready to enjoy the nightlife that Nashville has to offer, there will be plenty of chances to party the night away. Whether you want to hang out at a bar or pub with friends or you'd prefer to go out dancing, there are lots of places to choose from. Whatever your pleasure, you will never go bored in this exciting city.
Nashville also has many great cultural attractions, including the city ballet and symphony. Other theater options include Broadway musicals and operas. Museums in Nashville are also well worth a visit. Check out the Cheekwood Botanical Garden or Frist Center for the Visual Arts and don't forget to stop by the eclectic Museum of Beverage Containers and Advertising. If you'd like to experience the history of country music, including tons of memorabilia, make the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum one of your stops. And of course, Nashville is home of the Grand Ole Opry.
Cheekwood's Botanical Garden
This private home and estate encompasses acres of specialty gardens, greenhouses, and landscaped vistas, and art museum. 615-356-8000 The Cheekwood gardens are seen and enjoyed by over 140,000 visitors each year. The property was once the elegant home of the Cheek family. The fifty-five acre site includes the original Cheek gardens, designed by Bryant Fleming, with pools, fountains, statuary, extensive boxwood plantings and breathtaking views of the rolling Tennessee hills. Cheekwood was opened to the public in 1960 and the many specialized gardens have developed since that time.
Beyond downtown Nashville you can find historic plantations, as well as a variety of museums covering everything from toys to science. For the children, there are some great places for the kids to enjoy, including the Nashville Zoo and the Adventure Science Center.
Nashville Zoo - Inspiring a culture of understanding and discovery of our natural world through conservation, innovation and leadership. Be sure to visit the Zoofari Market while you're at the Zoo. We have a terrific selection of gifts for the animal lover on your list.
Nashville attractions such as the Hermitage, Country Music Hall of Fame, and tours by country music's top stars homes.
Grand Ole Opry Catch great performances by rising stars and country legends at the world-famous Grand Ole Opry.
General Jackson Showboat Take an enchanted riverboat cruise on the General Jackson Showboat and let us entertain you.
Ryman Auditorium Visit the historic Ryman Auditorium, Nashville's premier performance hall.
Wildhorse Saloon Kick back and enjoy tasty barbecue at the Wildhorse Saloon, then work it off on the colossal dance floor.
Opry Mills is a bargain shopper's paradise with more than 200 manufacturer outlets, off-price retailers and unique specialty stores, including 20 movie screens, Regal IMAX Theatre and Bass Pro Shop. With more than 1.2 million square feet of shopping, dining and Shoppertainment, you could easily spend an entire day here. Hours Mondays - Saturdays, 10am - 930pm Sundays, 11am - 8pm
Nashville Sightseeing Tours Choose from a number of interesting sightseeing tours including a trip by the homes of Country Music legends and a journey through Nashville's historic mansions.
The NFLs Tennessee Titans hit the field each fall at Nashville's 68,798-seat Coliseum. The Titans took the NFL by storm in 1999, capturing the 1999 AFC Championship and advancing to the Super Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia. The Titans play in the newly realigned AFC South along with the Indianapolis Colts, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Houston Texans. 615-565-4200
The NHLs Nashville Predators take the ice at the Gaylord Entertainment Center from October - April. The Predators begin their fifth exciting season on Broadway as they look to put their 'Fangs' into fellow Western Conference foes. Don't miss out on one of the youngest and most exciting teams in hockey, the Nashville Predators. 615-770-PUCK (7825).
Country Music Hall of Fame
Spanning an entire city block, this must-see venue features live performances, miles of memorabilia, and Elvis' 1961 Cadillac. 800-852-6437
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Located in a painstakingly restored Art Deco post office, this renowned gallery and interactive art center offers something for everyone. 615-244-3340
A full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens, this grand structure is a monument to a pinnacle of classical architecture. 615-862-8431.
Belle Meade Plantation
This antebellum home preserves a century of heritage from a frontier cabin to a working farm, nursery and thoroughbred stud farm. 1-800-270-3991
Built by one of America's wealthiest women, this 36-room summer cottage is famous for its gardens, statuary and ornate furnishings. 615-460-5459
The restored Greek Revival home of President Andrew Jackson also features an original slave cabin, Jackson's tomb and family cemetery. Andrew Jackson always welcomed visitors to his home. Since The Hermitage opened as a museum in 1889 nearly 15 million people have crossed its threshold. We invite you to become part of that tradition. Plan your family, group or school visit to The Hermitage today. The Hermitage is much more than the mansion. Take time to discover Andrew Jackson's life story, stories about his farm and the slaves who worked it, descriptions of the many other sites and buildings on the property, and the efforts to preserve them. You will also find information here about our education programs and resources for teachers. The media will find links to press releases and other useful information.
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere Feed your wild side with a trip to the Nashville Zoo. On display are over 350 animals including Bengal tigers, elephants, zebras and river otters. The zoo also features a jungle gym and petting zoo. 615-833-1534
Music Valley Village Home to non-stop country music shows and souvenir shopping, this is the place to buy gifts for the folks back home and stomp your feet at a live music performance at one of the two 600-seat theatres.
One of Nashville's trendiest neighborhoods, this area is perfect for a relaxing afternoon of window shopping and people watching. Four eclectic blocks feature unique boutiques, upscale antique furniture, entertainment and hip restaurants The crown jewel is the Belcourt Theater, Nashville's last surviving revival film house. Complete the outing with brunch at the Pancake Pantry, a Nashville tradition, or lunch at an outdoor cafe. Keep your eyes open - big name stars such as Tim McGraw are frequently spotted in this area.
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