My husband & I were camping in the area & decided to check out Nashville,In. We had visited years ago when we still had 3 kids in tow.
This basically started out as an artist's enclave. You can still find some places that sell art work, but most are touristy shops with grossly overpriced merchandise. We saw a lot of people walking around looking. Not many were holding shopping bags.
The shop keepers were very friendly in every shop I went into. There is free parking if you are willing to walk. Most people, if they couldn't find a spot close on the street paid the $4-$5 for parking in a lot. Shades of Gatlinburg!
There is a visitor center & the girl behind the counter DID know where the nearest drugstore was. She was probably the least friendly person we came across in this town (not really unfriendly, but not going out of her way to be friendly if you know what I mean). There are also public bathrooms located around town.
The best deal in town was not there last time we visited. They have a trolley shaped like a train that takes you around town & gives you a tour, complete with the history of the town. We didn't take it, but you can't miss it roaming around town. $5 for adults, which isn't that bad.
There are numerous restaurants & ice cream shops to choose from.
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