Looking for fun or interesting things to do?
Check out my "Mural of the Month"
The Music City Skyline
Other fun and interesting things to do...
Lower Broadway- Visit Nashville's best honky-tonks and enjoy live music.
Ryman Auditorium- Originally built as a popular church in 1892, the Ryman is home for many musicians.
Country Music Hall of Fame- Learn more about Nashville as Music City and how it supports many of its musicians.
Johnny Cash Museum- Explore more into country music! You don't have to be a lover to have fun.
Goo-Goo Clusters- Invented in Nashville, in 1912. Enjoy vintage memorabilia, and even take a class to make your own clusters!
Pinewood Social- For our Millenials, this features a restaurant, bar, bowling alley, even a swimming pool!
Farmers' Market- It features artisan foods and even some from different cultures. Don't forget about the ice cream!
Parthenon- Enjoy Music City's own model of Greece's Parthenon.
Grand Ole Opry- Even in you don't stay for a concert, the Grand Ole Opry is a wonderful place to visit.
Jack Daniel's Distillery- It's a little drive, but you can learn about the making of whiskey and even get to taste some!
Bicentennial Mall- Take a walk and explore some of Nashville's memorials.
Nashville Shores- Nashville's waterpark on Lake Percy Priest! Hop in the pool and hop on a slide.
Wave Pool- There is a minimal fee for entry and hours and hours to play in the water!
John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge- Get a great view of Nashville's skyline over the Cumberland river!