Plan your trip to Nashville. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Gaylord Opryland Resort), find things to see and do (like Grand Ole Opry), and research places to eat (like Bluebird Cafe).
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Here are some places to eat in Nashville.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Nashville:
"Being a Nashville native, I have to suggest seeing Union Station Hotel, Autograph Collection® even if it’s just to look around, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center (which is the most acoustically sound building in the world and also breathtakingly beautiful), eating at The Hermitage Hotel downtown and having something on the menu that has been served for 100 years, the dance parties downstairs at Woolworth On Fifth downtown, a Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) show and a cruise on the General Jackson Showboat which is a wonderful experience in talent, history and hospitality. The Nashville ghost tours are also a lot of fun and you learn a lot about the history with a tour of the city. The Frist Center for The Visual Arts is a great thing if you love art and 12 South is a nice street to walk, shop and eat. These are some suggestions beyond the country music Broadway scene. If you love history be sure and look into the Belle Meade Mansion, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Museum of Art, The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson and the Belmont Mansion."