Nashville

  • Station Inn in Nashville

    Published 11/26/13 in Places
    Station Inn in Nashville

    Nestled in the The Gulch’s growing hipness, you’ll find the Station Inn, Nashville’s premier bluegrass and roots music listening room. It’s been a favorite of locals since it climbed into Nashville’s…   See the Image

  • The Parthenon and Centennial Park in Nashville

    With Nashville’s mild winters, Centennial Park is busy year-round, but summer is its glory season with tons of free programming including big band music and dancing, weekly movies, Shakespeare in the…   See the Image

  • Nashville Public Library

    Published 11/26/13 in Places
    Nashville Public Library

    The library’s main building downtown is a work of art worth wandering, even if you aren’t into libraries. In addition to books, the Nashville Public Library offers a superb line-up of free…   See the Image

  • Nashville Farmers’ Market

    The Nashville Farmers’ Market that got its start on the town square in the early 1800s now resides adjacent to Bicentennial Park. It’s open every day, but weekends at the Farmers’ Market often…   See the Image

  • Mercy Lounge and Cannery Ballroom in Nashville

    Mercy Lounge has a reputation for bringing in the best burgeoning buzz-bands as well as national talents, and it offers great acoustics and cheap drinks to accompany its intimate shows. Cannery…   See the Image

  • Hillsboro Village in Nashville

    Spread over a few short blocks of 21st Avenue South, Hillsboro Village offers everything our local hearts love: boutiques and shops with great shopping for gifts (or for yourself), a used book store,…   See the Image

  • First Saturday Art Crawl in Nashville

    The first Saturday of every month, downtown galleries open their doors for art openings and receptions, introducing locals and visitors to new artists. Many galleries offer wine and refreshments too,…   See the Image

  • Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in Nashville

    The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, in the heart of downtown, commemorates Tennessee’s 200th birthday in 1996 and offers a view of the Capitol building. A Tennessee history and geography lesson…   See the Image

  • Belcourt Theatre in Nashville

    The beloved Belcourt Theatre in Hillsboro Village is the last of Nashville’s neighborhood theaters that’s still operating. It’s Nashville’s go-to spot for foreign, independent and classic films plus…   See the Image

  • The Hermitage in Nashville

    Published 11/26/13 in Places
    The Hermitage in Nashville

    Step back in time at The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson, seventh U.S. president. Located on the outskirts of Nashville, the Hermitage is one of America’s largest and oldest historic site…   See the Image

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