Nashville Shares Its Culture and History During Winter Months

Nashville is always a wonderful choice for a winter getaway. The city has so much to offer its visitors, and this is especially true during the first months of the New Year!  The Nashville Convention Center draws visitors from around the United States for its conventions and festivals, and they have a major event planned this season.  The Nashville Boat & Sports Show will be taking place at the Convention Center January 6-11, and both boat aficionados and outdoor sports enthusiasts will marvel at the incredible exhibits and demonstrations.  Be sure to bring your entire family and come early because the first 100 children to attend will receive a complimentary life preserver.

If you are looking to experience the rich culture and history that Nashville has to offer during your visit, be sure to visit The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson during your stay.  History buffs and those just learning about Nashville history will all find something interesting at this historic site, which has been preserved as both a museum and historic home.  During February, which is Black History Month, individuals and families can learn more about the Hermitage’s history of slavery through its Stories from the Hermitage Slave Community exhibit.  This exhibit is ongoing and features stories and images depicting the struggle and hard work of the individuals who lived at the Hermitage as slaves.

Nashville is called Music City for a reason, and visitors will enjoy experiencing the city’s music culture by visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.  The city’s rich history rooted in country music will delight fans of the music genre and intrigue all visitors to the attraction.  A visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will surely be memorable for all who attend.  Exhibits such as Family Traditions:  The Williams Family Legacy will delight fans of Hank Williams, and visitors will leave with a detailed understanding of country music’s beginnings.

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