Nashville is a very famous city and is the host to a diverse range of attractions and activities to participate in. Actually, our city has such a wide range of things to see and do that it might be difficult to fit everything in to your visit!
We'd like to help you get the most from your visit to Nashville so we've made a list of some of our favorite attractions and activities based on our knowledge of Nashville below.
Top Things To See And Do In Nashville
Here are a few of the most visited attractions and activities in Nashville that might be of interest to you:
A visit to Nashville would not be complete without checking out the largest mall in the city. There are no less than 200 different stores which offer high quality products. Every day there is a large number of discounts applied to different products. But shopping is not the only thing you can do here. In case you get hungry you can choose one of the 3 restaurants available; as an alternative you can choose one of the fast foods around. There’s also a large cinema and an IMAX theatre. It is basically a small city inside Nashville, a city that provides absolutely everything you need.
Segway of Nashville tours
If it’s the first time when you visit Nashville, a proper city tour is a must. One of the best ways of admiring the city is by Segway. A Segway is a two-wheeled device that is used for traveling at low speeds. Segway of Nashville is a company that takes people on a 10 mile tour on the streets of Nashville. If you have no experience in riding a Segway you don’t need to worry because the staff members will teach you the basics, and within 10 minutes you’ll become an expert. The tours take place three times a day, at 9:00 AM, 12:00 AM and 3:00 AM and price per person is about $80.
At Nashville zoo you can find a large variety of animals to admire. The zoo spreads on an area of more than 200 acres and it has been constructed in 1996. The most impressive animals are: the Bengal tiger, the clouded leopard, the African elephant, the Masai giraffe, the Matamata turtle and the eyelash viper. There are no less than 100 different species of animals available at Nashville Zoo. The zoo is opened daily between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM but we recommend you to go there around 11:00 AM because the animals are more active in the morning. The ticket price for an adult is $15. There’s also a $5 / per vehicle parking fee.
Country Music Hall of Fame
You cannot leave Nashville without visiting this museum. Nashville is popular due to the majority of country music artists that played here throughout the past century. At country music Hall of Fame you’ll be able to see a large variety of guitars, outfits, Elvis Presley’s golden limousine and the famous wall of records. There’s also a place where you can dine in case you’re getting hungry. You can visit the museum any day of the week between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM. There are two different pricing options. For $24 you have limited access to the museum, while for $35 you have full-access to every room of the museum, including a guided tour of Historic RCA Studio B.
The BridgeStone Arena is a major venue located in downtown Nashville. The construction of this impressive arena began in 1994 and took only 2 years. At this moment the arena is mostly used by the local hockey team Nashville Predators. However, many events take place at Bridgestone. Grammy Prize Awards, concerts and the famous American Idol show are only a few things hosted by this impressive arena. It is a good idea to check the official website to see the upcoming events. If you decide to visit the arena when there are no events, you can do so for about $15.