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#1 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Very interesting tour of the Ryman, with so much history, it's also a beautifully preserved site and it continues to be a favourite of great figures in music in recognition of its place in music history.
Great night great music great venue well worth a visit , really close to the stage awesome views in walking distance of Broadway loads of bars and restaurants nearby
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#2 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
The mansion is beautiful in every way and very elegant.The history of the site is also educational and fun to hear from the excellent tour guides.
This is a perfect visit for a historic view of the South, with wonderfully preserved architecture throughout the property.
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#3 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
... slave cabins and the original structure Jackson lived in before the larger home was built)… the site, grounds and home are well-maintained and interpreted... a great stop for history buffs (what does "buff" me...
... home, is so impressive with a series of guides who give you tidbits woven into this very historical landmark.. the property is massive and wonderful just to walk through.. there is a mobile guide used as you w...
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#4 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
The house is situated on the Belmont University site, it has a small but beautiful garden with seating and fountains.
The tour provided a good mix of history, storytelling, and sights.
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#5 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
If you lived the mandrel sisters you will certainly want to take the tour The entertainment is excellent, the talent is unbelievable!! Views of the mansion and trails are incredible !
This was a great spot for my friends to meet,dine, enjoy great music, and experience a great selection of wines all in one location, while getting a wonderful view of the rolling hills around Nashville.
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#6 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
The view of the State Capitol is awesome and the greenery is likewise- You can watch local kids run through the fountains, learn about our river system and all the 95 counties in the State.
This is a beautiful and historic urban state park that anyone that wants to learn about the state of Tennessee's history, and its natural attractions and landmarks, would love.
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#7 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Although we were late getting our tickets and were seated in the upper level, we were very pleasantly surprised by how well we could see the stage and the large screen video projectors gave us an excellent view of...
Easy to navigate around, super friendly staff, great views from anywhere in the house.
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#8 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Cute little bridge there's always people singing people riding bikes the view is amazing and just a great walk or to see the sunset (:
It was a windy day, but an invigorating walk, great bridge, and the views were amazing!
#9 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
You'll get great views of the city skyline and Nissan Stadium (where the Titans play), have some great photo opportunities and get a little exercise as well.
this is a must see a must do good exercise place to walk they offer a elevator to get to top if stairs are something you cant do.. the view of the city is awesome the river the sunset view is incredible its free a...
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#10 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Our favorites included George Jones Rooftop Bar with amazing view of Columbus River & Nissan Stadium, Tin Roof has great music & good sandwiches, Bootleggers Inn was good, Crossroads had Best Bands!
Part of it is listening to very talented musicians and meeting folks from around the world which is so great but there are also many museums , fabulous restaurants, parks and sights.
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#11 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
It was early Spring, so trees were just starting to bloom and we had a nice sunny morning so the light hitting the leaves made for pretty scenic views.
Beautiful campus surrounded by the sights and sounds of Nashville.
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#12 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
What a surprise to see the life-size Greek Parthenon in Nashville.....Went to view US Civil War sites and found 450 BC.....The building is awesome and gives you the feeling of see the real thing....The statues ins...
Enjoyed the history of the Greek Goddess Athena and the history of the Nashville site.
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#13 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Picked up at any hotel in Nashville and given a great tour filled with historically facts, sights and fun! Terry our shuttle driver from Gray Line Tours was fantastic!
Ethel & Ben are very nice folks and very knowledgeable.A must see , as a part of the Battle of Nashville sites.
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#14 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
I loved walking through the District and taking in all of the sights and sounds - definitely worth lacing up your trainers and padding it on foot to see all that there is to see!
Tour some historic sites, visit galleries, have a cocktail on a rooftop bar or a nice dinner and enjoy some local music!
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#15 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
The southern sections of the route are very historical, so the novice historian or professional will enjoy seeing sights that were important in our nations's history.
You can also stop along the way down to Natchez to view Jackson Falls, the grave of Meriwether Lewis (from the Lewis and Clark expidition) and a great view of the beautiful and very wide Tennesee River.
#16 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
It is really amazing that the people of Nashville thought that this was a great idea to build and it is it is gorgeous, little art museum inside and fabulous views upstairs of the building... they must have had to...
There are inexpensive bike rentals and we got to ride around the entire park and view the beauties trees and flowers blooming and see the Parthenon from all sides.
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#17 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Stadium is in a wonderful location--close to downtown and the fun and music of Broadway, but across the river, so you have a nice scenic view of the area.
Wonderful eventful experience Great site to see only during public events Football games very exciting there
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#18 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Excellent view with a great plaza with statues and fountains - all for free!!
Stunningly Beautiful State House With Exquisite Views Of City
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#19 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
We visited this place while we were in Nashville, Tennessee.Upon arrival there is the option to view a video about both the stained glass windows and Last Supper carving.The artifacts are so magnificent.The beauty...
This is a free site and visitors are welcomed but a small donation is suggested.
#20 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Excellent skyline view of Nashville.
With a view of Nashville’s skyline you are seated in a ballpark designed with the spectator in mind!
#21 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
We always do a city tour, and what better place than Music Row? Stop and enjoy all he sights and stops hat define all the aes of Nashville.
For the most part, the two parallel streets (16th and 17th) each about 1 mile, offer views of nice middle class homes turned into recording studios and other offices.
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#22 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
... that are displayed in the store- t-shirts and other souveniers can be bought as well..a small Marathon Motors Museum is across the street-4 very unusual cars still exist ..you can view these behind the glass.
Great view of downtown Nashville.
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#24 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
If you want something fun to do, take a walk down Printer's alley and catch all the sites, Stop in at a few bars and listen to some great music.
Great views all around.
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#25 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
It's free 2. BEST, most beautiful views of the city 3. Civil War history that will tug at your heart as you revel in your surroundings and the significance.
There is a fair amount of walking but the view is incredible and the history is fascinating.
#26 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Wow....at the top were the most amazing, notable momentous grave sites that I have ever seen!
There is a distant view of downtown Nashville.
#27 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Temple is located on a smooth sloping hill with great view !! When you are inside the temple you will forget that you are 7 continents apart from home land India.
#28 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
the most beautiful grave site is that of George Jones.
So we couldnt pass it up.. His grave was very easy to find bc it's so tall and the black fenece it has around the site.
#29 of 64 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
The best view, easy access to embibements and a direct shot to the bathrooms- no need to swim through the small, but tightly packed table seating to move about.