How to See the Best of Nashville in a Weekend

Ryman Auditorium

Nashville is renowned as the Music City, and if you enjoy country music, there's no better location to experience it. Most will visit the Opry House, home of the Grand Ole Opry (established in 1925 by an insurance firm founder).

RCA Studio B

After seeing where famous singers performed, visit their studios. Visit historic RCA Studio B to stand where Dolly Parton and Elvis recorded their classics.

The Parthenon

On a budget, you may see Nashville's full-size replica of Athens' Parthenon for free. The Centennial Park Parthenon hosts art displays, musical concerts, and exhibits about the ancient Athens edifice.

Nashville murals

Murals on Nashville streets are famous and respected. There are many sites to find Instagrammable spots for pals.

Bluebird Café

This is for nightlife, live music, and the finest new country songs fans. Since 1982, Bluebird Café has been a prominent venue for rising artists. Get a drink and watch the musician perform live that night.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Nashville should not be visited without seeing the Country Music Hall of Fame. Walk around the museum to learn about country music's history and significant figures.

Honky Tonk Highway

Broadway has several country music bars, so bring your cowboy boots. The main strip, Honky Tonk Highway, has music, energy, and line dancing late into night.