Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and is home to Vanderbilt University, the famous Grand Ole Opry House and the Ryman Auditorium. Here is 1st Article in this series.

Downtown is where the legendary country music shows are broadcasted, and you can check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. There are also plenty of honky-tonks and other fun attractions. If you're a fan of the late singer Johnny Cash, you'll want to check out the Johnny Cash Museum.

In addition to the Grand Ole Opry, you'll want to head over to the Mount Olivet Cemetery for a bit of culture. This cemetery has 206 acres of graves, and many leaders from Nashville are buried here. The Confederate Circle is a memorial commemorating those who died in the Civil War and is located here. You can also visit the cemetery in daylight hours, and get a feel for the city's history. Check this info out.

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage is another historic site in Nashville. The mansion was built in 1819 and reconstructed 25 years later after a disastrous fire. Today, you can tour this fully renovated mansion and view fascinating exhibits on Jackson's life. You can also enjoy a wagon ride around the grounds, and check out their themed events. If you have time, you can also visit the Tennessee State Prison. In the 18th century, prisoners were forced to labor for long periods of time in order to survive.


Point of Interest #1 Frist Art Museum, 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Point of Interest #2 Fair Park Dog Park, Bransford Ave, Nashville, TN 37204

Point of Interest #3 Fort Negley, 1100 Fort Negley Blvd, Nashville, TN 37203


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