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#1 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Fontanel Mansion is a 27,000 square foot log home formerly owned by Country Music Hall of Fame(R) member Barbara Mandrell,... more » Owner description: Fontanel Mansion is a 27,000 square foot log home formerly owned by Country Music Hall of Fame(R) member Barbara Mandrell, and is Nashville's only country music mansion tour giving visitors a sneak peek into the lives of country music greats. The home, situated on the 136 acre property, is nestled in the rolling hills of the Whites Creek Valley. With The Inn at Fontanel, the Woods Amphitheater, Pritchard's Distillery the Pepsi Studio Gallery, Cafe Fontanella, Goo Goo Outpost, AdventureWorks Ziplines, The Trails and Metro Parks Greenway, it is easy to see why Fontanel is becoming one of Nashville's premier destinations. We offer a family and dog friendly atmosphere located just minutes from downtown Nashville in Whites Creek. « less
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#2 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Theaters; Concerts
One of the most famous concert halls in the history of country music, this auditorium still hosts live music events.
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#3 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Historic Sites; Specialty Museums; Educational Sites

Studio B is part of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tours start at the museum where you board a bus for the one-hour tour of the actual studio. The museum offers package for... more »

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#4 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Libraries
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#5 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Belle Meade Plantation is a non-profit historic home-site located in Nashville, TN. Established in 1807, this home-site tells... more » Owner description: Belle Meade Plantation is a non-profit historic home-site located in Nashville, TN. Established in 1807, this home-site tells the history of the Harding and Jackson families and the impact that they had on the city of Nashville and, more importantly, their indelible contribution to the development of thoroughbred racing horses in the United States. Belle Meade was revered as the greatest thoroughbred stud farm in the United States in the 1880s and 1890s and was home to Iroquois (the first US-bred horse to win the Epsom Derby) and Bonnie Scotland (whose bloodline includes Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Native Dancer, Big Brown and I'll Have Another, to name a few). Beyond thoroughbred horses, this history also encompasses the Antebellum South, slavery, the Civil War, emancipation and reconstruction, and was the home of Civil War Generals William Giles Harding and William Hicks Jackson, as well as national statesmen including US Supreme Court Justice Howell E. Jackson, US Secretary of War Jacob Dickinson and US Senator Luke Lea. « less
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#6 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Historic Sites; Hiking Trails
Tours are available of this fancy 19th-century Italian villa-style mansion.
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#7 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Specialty Shops; Historic Sites
Owner description: If you follow Southern music, art and culture, from the Delta blues to honky-tonk heroes, you've no doubt seen the... more » Owner description: If you follow Southern music, art and culture, from the Delta blues to honky-tonk heroes, you've no doubt seen the unmistakable look of a promotional poster made by Hatch Show Print, one of the oldest working letterpress print shops in America. Located in a historic building at 316 Broadway in the heart of downtown Nashville, Hatch Show Print has produced posters for performers ranging from B.B. King to Dolly Parton. « less
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#8 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Religious Sites; History Museums
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#9 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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#10 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Educational Sites
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#11 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Cemeteries
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#12 of 23 attractions in Nashville
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#13 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Neighborhoods; Historic Walking Areas
This section of 16th Ave. serves as the headquarters of America's country music industry.
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#15 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Neighborhoods
Small, gritty street lined with some of Nashville's best bars and restaurants.
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#16 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Religious Sites
The chapel is non-denominational and offers services each Sunday.
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#17 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Historic Sites
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#20 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Neighborhoods; Historic Walking Areas
#21 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Located close to the bustling Second Avenue and Broadway tourist areas next to Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough offers a... more » Owner description: Located close to the bustling Second Avenue and Broadway tourist areas next to Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough offers a glimpse into the founding of Nashville in 1780 by James Robertson. Self-guided tours of this replica of the original fort located along the banks of the Cumberland River run daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. « less
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#22 of 23 attractions in Nashville
Category: Art Galleries
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