Take part in the great 34th Annual Bellevue Community Picnic, starting in Bellevue outside of Nashville on May 21. The event is perfect for adults and children alike as a host of gourmet cuisine, exciting rides and attractions and entertainment will be yours to take part in. The incredible event will feature many vendors for visitors to interact with, offering all kinds of arts and crafts to purchase and take home. About 15,000 people are expected to attend, and to mark the finale of the event, an enormous fireworks display will take place after the sun goes down, lighting up the Tennessee sky! To prepare for this great event and remain close by to other attractions, you can reserve your Nashville lodging.
Experience the open air of Tennessee with other attractions as well, including the Nashville Trolley Tour, which will take you to many of the top landmarks of historic Nashville. View famous architecture like the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium and the Tennessee State Capitol. In addition, your old fashioned trolley will travel by Historic Second Avenue, Bicentennial Mall and the Parthenon. Look for famous country music stars as well – you may see your favorites walking along Music Row!
If you’d like to walk a little bit yourself, you can do so with the Nashville Unpublished Walking Tour, providing you with a realistic, unbiased look at Nashville’s history. Listen to stories that have never been publicized about famous Nashville legends such as Patsy Cline, Elvis, and Johnny Cash. Also, you can find out about your favorite historical war heroes like Davy Crockett, Andrew Jackson and Daniel Boone. One of the most glamorous stories your guide will share with you provides the background of a Confederate spy named Fannie Battle, who started the city’s first daycare after returning from the war. To mark the highlight of your trip, you’ll be able to participate in a “Behind the Scenes” look at the Ryman Auditorium!