Things to Do in Tennessee

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Touring the plantation home and resting place of the seventh U.S. president, Andrew Jackson, is a favorite activity for history buffs and locals who... Read More

Half an hour south of Nashville, Arrington Vineyards' lofty perch provides the perfect setting for soaking up the natural beauty of Tennessee's rolling... Read More

Nashville has been sorely lacking a regular outdoor music venue since Starwood Amphitheater's last season in 2006. So locals and visitors alike... Read More

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Forties hair salon-turned-dining room. Food and cocktails are served at refurbished hair dryer stations in this beauty parlor-turned-lounge and restaurant. Read More

It might be hard to envision a prettier setting than tree-lined Belle Meade Boulevard as it veers away from bustling Harding Pike and carves through the... Read More

Grand old-school bar. Though you won't see The Peabody hotel's famed ducks (they stay in the lobby), The Corner Bar offers more than 40 martinis and... Read More

You don't have to be a country lover to appreciate the Country Music Hall of Fame, the 350,000-square-feet museum that recently underwent a $100 million... Read More

Just a 20-minute drive from downtown, the Warner Parks comprise 3,100 acres that attract outdoor lovers of all stripes to the shady, forested trails,... Read More

One of country music's late icons now has an entire museum dedicated to him. Opened in 2015, the George Jones Museum memorializes the singer with... Read More

Going strong for 90 years (and counting), Nashville's live radio broadcast has been playing over the airwaves since it started as WSM Barn Dance in 1925... Read More

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The epicenter of country music is going glam: Nashville royalty Faith Hill, Carrie Underwood, and LeAnn Riimes were among the first in line at the city... Read More

Just 70 miles south of Nashville, one of the South's most popular attractions celebrates the heritage of an old distiller. In the second half of the... Read More

Credited with starting the "rhinestone couture" movement, designer Manuel Cuevas has outfitted stars aplenty over the years from Elvis to Johnny Cash... Read More

The new cocktail lounge, from Toby Maloney and Jason Cott of New York City’s Rusty Knot, pays tribute to the pre-Prohibition era by serving turn... Read More

While Nashville boasts its share of green spaces, few are as beloved as Radnor Lake. The 1,200-acre park at the very southern tip of the city is the... Read More

One of the world's most renowned venues, the Ryman—known far and wide by its nickname "the Mother Church of Country Music"—was founded as a tabernacle... Read More

Home to the Nashville Symphony, the Schermerhorn with its opulent concert hall and incomparable acoustics is one of the most locally cherished venues... Read More

This Gulch area music venue has features a weekly set by award-winning Western swing band The Time Jumpers. Read More

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville's non-profit arts organization, brings a taste of New York to the South as a regular stop on national... Read More

The Bluebird has long been one of the hottest tickets in town, but its popularity has increased tenfold since becoming a regular on ABC's drama... Read More

Now 15 years old, one of Nashville's most celebrated museums utilizes its 24,000 square feet of space to host a wide variety of exhibitions ranging from... Read More

Rocker Jack White’s Nashville headquarters doubles as a music store in the afternoon. The shop sells vinyl albums, White Stripes posters, and... Read More

Former food writer Karen-Lee Ryan is a pro at navigating Nashville's restaurant landscape; after all, for years, her job consisted of exploring the... Read More

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