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This is Why You Must Visit Nashville, TN

Put on your cowboy boots and lets get rowdy in Nashville,Tennessee! Filled with good eats, amazing music, and so much more, there is no such thing as a bad time in Nashville.

Put on your cowboy boots and lets get rowdy in Nashville,Tennessee! Filled with good eats, amazing music, and so much more, there is no such thing as a bad time in Nashville.

Food

Food

Nashville’s Farmers Market: Occurring on Saturdays and Sundays from 7am-8pm, is Nashville’s Farmers Market. Find the freshest veggies, meats, cheeses, jams, clothes, and so much more provided by local farmers. It is the best spot to find something unique to bring home with you!

Hattie B’s: Nashville is known for its hot chicken, and is a must-try while visiting. Only being around for 6 years, Hattie B’s has become Nashville’s hot chicken staple. On Sundays, they serve a hot chicken and waffles meal that the locals rave about.

Edley’s BBQ: Another well-known food in Nashville is barbeque. With a couple locations around the city, this restaurant is known to have the best barbeque in town. Be sure to arrive early because the line starts to get long around 11am!

Pinewood Social: Get work done in the morning or enjoy a cocktail at night, this spot is perfect for any time of the day! Open from morning to late at night, Pinewood Social offers a restaurant, coffee shop, outdoor patio, and even a bowling alley. Definitely one of the best spots in Nashville.

Shopping

Shopping

Downtown Antique Mall: Find all sorts of items from various decades. Hundreds of local vendors sell their stuff everyday here. Definitely a unique place to shop, and a guarantee to find something creative!

Mr. Hats Boot Company: If you don’t have a pair of cowboy boots, Nashville is the place to get them! Mr.Hats is a great boot shop that has been around for years in the downtown area.

Things to See and Do

Things to See and Do

Grand Ole Opry: The Grand Ole Opry is one of the most famous auditoriums in Nashville. There are weekly concerts from either well-known or unfamiliar artists. Be sure to book tickets in advance though! If you aren’t interested in seeing a concert, there are also tours of the theater.

Parthenon: If you can’t make a trip to Greece, then this is the perfect spot for you! The Parthenon was made in 1877 to represent Centennial Expansion. It is now home to Nashville’s art museum offering a bunch of pieces from the 19th and 20th century.

John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge: Being one of the largest pedestrian bridges in the world, this bridge offers one of the best views of the city!

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