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#1 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Enjoyed the tour - lots of history from Country Music's early years - wonderful old building with amazing acoustics.
We did a self guided tour of the Ryman Theater which I highly recommend to anyone visiting Nashville; great history and exhibit.
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#3 of 72 Sights & Landmarks in Nashville
Like other sections of the Trace, there are plenty of historical sites along the way and hiking trails that many visit and use.
While many might think it's boring, there is beautiful scenery the entire length, some historic points of interest and some nice hiking trails, too.
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Randy was absolutely wonderful in providing us with so much information on sights to see.
She was able to assess what we would like and pointed us to sights we would not have known about, eg Belmont Mansion, Union Station, The Hermitage Hotel, Frist Museum.
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Free activity in the downtown area within walking distance of many hotels and The Country Music Hall of Fame.
There were also big name country stars like Dolly, Wynonna and Elvis.
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