Spend the weekend in Nashville as the weather changes and the leaves turn colors. There’s so much to do in the city, you’re bound to have a great time. From shopping to eating, there are tons of places you must visit. And while you’re at it, book a Nashville hotel and a few other activities to keep your trip fun and memorable.
Although it’s expanded its reach over the years, the live Grand Ole Opry performance continues on in the country music tradition started over 75 years ago. The show is the longest-running live radio show, and is now televised on Country Music Televison and heard worldwide on Sirius Satellite radio. Country music’s hottest stars are known to stop by and surprise the crowd at any given show, making this historic experience as exciting as it is rich in American traditions. You’ve gotta go to the Opry while you’re in Nashville!
The General Jackson Showboat offers Nashville visitors an encompassing time of sightseeing, dining and entertainment, and has long stood as one of the area’s more popular activities on a 300 foot paddlewheel river boat. The General Jackson cruises the beautiful Cumberland River, and with options including a Lunch & Show Cruise, and Evening Dinner & Show Cruise, there’s sure to be a setting to perfectly fit your time in Nashville.
No visit to Nashville is complete without a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. This 37 million dollar structure will have you marveling at the two-story display of every gold and platinum record to hit the country charts, and the museum features 40,000 square feet of country music’s history on display, as well as a full-service restaurant and gift shop. The 214-seat Ford Theater is also housed here. Don’t miss out on your chance to see the history and the future of country music first-hand at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.