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John Seigenthaler was a Nashville icon. I had the pleasure to work with him occasionally and hear stories from his rich life as a journalist and civil rights activist. Fitting that the city named... más información

Because you may find yourself on Broadway at least once during your stay in Nashville, you might as well see the downtown district laid out in panoramic glory while above the Cumberland River. Some... más información

The pedestrian bridge spans the Cumberland River, connecting the Titans Stadium on one side to Downtown/Broadway on the other. Particularly beautiful at sunset. Great park on the stadium side.

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Nashville's newest, huge, green, convention center. Some interesting displays of old music items among other things. Near historic Lower Broadway.

Many of my guests attend conventions held at the Music City Ctr. There's a FREE Shuttle bus 2 blocks from me that will take you to the Music City Ctr.

Even if you aren't going to an event here, just walk by this thing. It's a marvel of modern architecture and design. Also, there is a football field sized garden on the roof...if you can get up there

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Franklin - Built 1826, home became a hospital for the Battle of Franklin soldiers.Largest privately owned military cemetary in the Nation. Widow of the South to be made into a movie.

If you only see one historic site while you are here, this is the one to see. Beautiful home and garden, great story well told by trained guides. Bonus? Canoe launch/fishing spot across the street.

If you're interested in Civil War history, this is a must see. Situated just north of downtown Franklin, it was at the heart of the Battle of Franklin.

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Nashville was the last city to join the confederacy and the first to fall. If you're a history fan, you'll be able to learn about the Battle of Franklin and see where it all happened.

The Battle of Franklin was one of the bloodiest battles in the Civil War. There are many sites around town and the Carter House is one not to miss.

The site of the Battle of Franklin during the Civil War. So much history, definitely worth a visit.

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Downtown - More than 1,000 top ten hits were brought to life here including 150 Elvis songs. Studio B is part of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tours start at the museum where you board a bus for ... más información

Because if you love music, this is where many hitmakers were made! Tours of Studio B depart hourly between 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. daily from the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.

Downtown - More than 1,000 top ten hits were brought to life here including 150 Elvis songs. Book more than 24 hrs ahead. $12.99

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If you love looking at beautiful homes (like I do) I highly recommend driving around Belle Meade! It's super close to the house and a fun way to see beautiful homes.

Drive down Belle Meade Boulevard to see some of the most beautiful and expensive homes in Nashville. End your road trip at one of the amazing Warner parks.

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Catch the Olde Town Trolley across the street from Primmstone House Bed & Breakfast in front of the Belmont Mansion. This is a narrated hop-on/hop-off style tour that will give you a good overview ... más información

This takes you all around the iconic places in Nashvilles Downtown area, and lets you hop on and off, staying as long as you wish. Great for a morning or afternoon, with kids or elderly.

Hop on and off old style trollies to see the sights.

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This exquisite home was built in the late 1800s and was owned by the Merritt family. The property surrounding it is equally alluring, with a huge, expansive yard. The neighbors tell us that a membe... más información

A beautiful mansion -- tours given periodically -- next to the Two Rivers Greenway, a walking trail that crosses the Cumberland River.

Just a mile down the road, Built in 1859, once part of 1,100 acre plantation. There is another building on the grounds built in 1802. Tours in the summer.

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Arguably the location that the most photographs of Nashville skyline is taken is from the Shelby Walking Bridge. Walk over the Cumberland river and see the skyline, riverfront parks, Nissan stadium.

Take the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge to head into Downtown! Super beautiful view of the city and easy access to all the honky tonks and bars!

Your access to downtown via foot! Pedestrian bridge also has parking on the East Nashville side to delete .5 miles off your walk from the house.

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A great place for a lovely walk around the park.

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Largest inland Civil War fort in the US.

This is a unique Nashville landmark worth your exploration.

Old Civil War fort, partially restored and a good trail for hiking. Also, trail provides good views of the city as the Fort is located on a hill and is marked with historical signs.

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If you want to go to a Catholic Church

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Kayak the Cumberland from Opryland to downtown.

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Family oriented if your looking for a good church on vacation

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Walk to a pleasant, non-denominational church service.

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If you're a fan of Country Music and like to have a good time, the girls who run the Music City Rollin' Jamboree should be on your list of people to hang out with. They have so much fun, they were... más información

There are city tours, and then there's the Music City Rollin' Jamboree…The Rollin' Jamboree is a rolling country music, comedy sing-along on wheels that serves up Nashville's biggest sights, sings ... más información

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Cool way to see the sights. Pick up across from the house.

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Hick Chick Tours provides a variety of tour options, including the Honky Tonk Pub Crawl and the Nashville Comedy Tour. The Honky Tonk Pub Crawl is a walking tour and pub crawl combined, visiting fo... más información

I've taken the tour dozens of times because it's different each time. The combination of the guests and Kristy's humor make this a "must do" when you're in Nashville

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Home and farm of President Andrew Jackson who was nicknamed 'Old Hickory". You will find as you drive around our city, there are many streets with this name, in fact Old Hickory pretty much surrou... más información

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The best place to by farm fresh vegetables, eggs, and meat in West Nashville. Beautiful drive and location. Worth a visit. Support a local farmer!

Great home grown produce and food

Farm with organic produce shop and local artisan goods

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Join for a tour of Sri Ganesha Temple in a Bellevue highlighting Hinduism, Indian culture, tradition and Temple Architecture. Second Saturday of every month - open to the public

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My church- beautiful cathedral built in 1890 in downtown Nashville

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Non-denominational church...