Music City Moments

Just 20 miles to the north yet a world away, Nashville is a collection of unique neighborhoods with cultural offerings that rival any city; it is alive with engaging museums, historic landmarks, acclaimed art, architectural treasures, and epic photo ops. And of course, any visit to Music City simply must include a show or experience that highlights the area’s rich musical history.

Music Venues

If you’re looking for live entertainment, you’ve come to the right place: Nashville is overflowing with talent. Whether you’re at one of the city’s legendary venues or its smaller dives and joints, you can find well-known virtuoso players, under-the-radar bands, and everything in between. And just down the street from Southall in Franklin, national musical acts and beloved movies are on the marquee at the restored 1920s Franklin Theatre.

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A Hall of Fame here, a full-scale replica of the Greek Parthenon there—Nashville’s museums take many forms.  The Tennessee State Museum is not to be missed, nor are the historic sites that share the human stories that shaped our region, beautifully wrought through good times and bad. The Frist Museum regularly features world-class exhibits, and the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens are equally notable.

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Nashville’s charming local boutiques offer unique finds, inspired fashion, and stylish accessories. Hip and historic in their own ways, neighborhoods like downtown Franklin and 12South boast a mix of on-trend boutiques and one-of-a-kind vintage and antique stores, while Green Hills, the Gulch, and downtown Nashville offer global brands that can be destinations unto themselves.

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The wheels of the spoke around downtown Nashville point to neighborhoods that feature everything from antebellum mansions to suburban blocks full of Arts and Crafts, Tudors, Four Squares, and Victorians that tell the architectural tale of the past century. Mixed-use neighborhoods abound, from working-class gems to New Urbanist masterpieces. Each has its own personality calling out to be explored.

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Art Scene

As Nashville’s star has risen in the fashion world, so has its art scene. From Franklin to Leiper’s Fork and throughout the metro area, local artists have been recognized as among the most sought-after in their mediums today, and countless others are waiting to be discovered. Extraordinary art galleries, murals, street art, sculptures, and more can be found throughout this vibrant city. Whether you’re a serious collector or just looking for a fun art crawl, you won’t be disappointed.

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Honky Tonk Highway

Nashville has the neon and rhinestones to show for its standing as the birthplace of country music, and no trip to Music City would be complete without a stroll down the Honky Tonk Highway. Here, on lower Broadway, listening doesn’t cost a thing and the party never really ends. It’s where many of the biggest names got their start. And behind every window, the next chart-topper might be playing at any hour, day or night.

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