Tennessee State Museum & Capitol|
You can find it all at the Tennessee State Museum, Military Branch and State Capitol -- art, history, textiles, crafts and culture. One of the largest museums in the nation with interpretive exhibits beginning 15,000 years ago with prehistoric people and continuing through the early 1900s, special displays of furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, and paintings. (State Capitol)
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been the home of Country Music since 1967. Inside, the Museum presents the crown jewels of its vast collection to illustrate country music's story as told through the turns of two centuries.
Adventure Science Center
Statred Oct. 30, 1945, as the Children’s Museum of Nashville. In 1952, the Center opened the first planetarium in Tennessee. Now 'named' the Adventure Science Center & still creates opportunities for children to learn and have fun.
The Nashville Zoo offers a world of excitement. In addition to exploring habitats and viewing animals from all over the world, there are activities, shows and events going on throughout the year.
General Jackson Showboat
Spend an unforgettable evening on the historic 300-foot-long General Jackson Showboat. Whether you want to spend an evening of dining and non-stop dancing under the stars, or you're more in the mood for a lazy afternoon cruise under the clear blue Southern sky, the General Jackson captures the essence of a bygone era
Known as Nashville's Premier Performance Hall, the Ryman Auditorium was originally a church named the Union Gospel Tabernacle. The Ryman Auditorium was the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 - 1974.
Lane Motor Museum
Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee features the largest European collection of cars and motorcycles in the United States.
Parks & Recreation
Travel Tennessee - More Vacation Places
Tennessee State Parks
The Lost Sea - Sweetwater, TN
Graceland (Elvis) - Memphis, TN
Mountain Branch (DAV) - Mountain Home, TN