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​Holidays to Nashville​

It's all about slide guitars and Stetsons in the capital of Country music. Well, not all, because there's plenty else going on besides: first-class museums, superb art, restful parks and historic plantation houses for starters. Plus there's fantastic shopping and great food; and if you venture outside the city, you'll soon find yourself in the Tennessee hills, a land of walking horses, sour-mash whiskey and Civil War battlefields.

The music comes first on holidays to Nashville though, and there's a rash of revered sites for Country fans to visit. The Country Music Hall of Fame pays homage to all the major stars, while stops at landmark venues like the Ryman Auditorium and RCA Studio B will leave the yesteryear sounds of Dolly Parton and Hank Williams ringing in your ears. You can also celebrate the life and music of the Man in Black at the fascinating new Johnny Cash Museum.

Live music is a must-do while you're here, and it's not hard to find. There's noisy honky-tonk joints for the quintessential experience; music cafés where you might spot a rising star; while an evening at the Grand Ole Opry is the icing on the cake. It's not all country, either. There's blues, rock, jazz and gospel to discover too on holidays to Nashville - while the city's beautiful Schermerhorn Centre stages all kinds of concerts, as well as being home to the Nashville Symphonic.

If you fancy something different, then head to Centennial Park where there's a life-size replica of Athens' iconic Parthenon, housing some great 19th- and 20th-century art; or visit the exciting Frist Centre for the Visual Arts,  where art, culture and history collide. You could even peruse the 150 cars and bikes at the Lane Motor Museum. You'll soon see that Music City isn't just about the music..

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Grand Ole Opry

Grand Ole Opry NashvilleAn event rather than a venue, this giant of Country music is America's longest-running radio show, broadcast since 1925. There's live performances every Friday and Saturday, and each bill features eight artists, from unknowns to stars and Country legends. Come and join the party at 'Country's most famous stage' - just don't expect opera!

The Hermitage

The former plantation and home of American president Andrew Jackson is just bursting with Tennessee history. Tour the stunning 1820 mansion and its 1000 plus acres of grounds, and discover how, with the help of slaves, it was transformed from frontier forest to a prosperous farm - before falling prey to post-Civil War dilapidation. It's now fully restored.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Discover the history of Country music via behind-the-scenes video clips, intimate sound recordings, rare images and an absolute treasure trove of memorabilia - the largest collection of all things Country in the world. There's everything from Rhinestone costumes, to prized instruments and tear-stained lyric sheets.

All About The Music

Time spent cruising the honky tonks of Lower Broadway for a riotous night of live music and drained glasses is an essential part of holidays to Nashville. The likes of Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and Legends Corner practically guarantee a good time, and it's where stars such as Willie Nelson started their careers. Also try and catch a stripped-back songwriter session at the Bluebird Café.

Hit The Shops

Great shopping means you'll have no trouble finding a memento of your holiday. Districts like Hillsboro Village, 12South and East Nashville have lots of interesting boutiques,
while Five Points is good for galleries and antiques. There's also vintage music posters at Hatch Show Print, and classic vinyl at Ernest Tubb Record Shop - both on Broadway. 

Our Top Hotels in Nashville

The Inn at Opryland

The Inn at Opryland


This hotel brings you all the excitement of Music City while offering a comfortable, inviting place to recharge located Music Valley Drive next to Gaylord Opryland Resort and the Grand Ole Opry®.

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DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville Downtown

DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville Downtown


Set in the heart of "Music City U.S.A," this modest hotel is conveniently located just steps from The District and some of Nashville's most-popular attractions.

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Hotel Indigo Nashville

Hotel Indigo Nashville


The courteous and friendly staff, inspired decor and boutique approach to hospitality offer you a warm Southern welcome.

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Fly Drive Holiday: Southern Discovery

Atlanta – Chattanooga – Asheville/Smoky Mountains – Louisville – Nashville – Memphis - Birmingham

From the cosmopolitan city of Atlanta to the rich southern charms of Birmingham, our Southern Discovery fly-drive will take you through some of the South’s iconic towns and locations, showcasing the best in culture, music, food, history and outdoor vista’s that these states are renowned for. Discover where Scarlett O’Hara was brought to live in Atlanta; experience music mania in Nashville and Memphis – home to the Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll; explore the rugged beauty of the Smoky Mountains and learn about how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and many others raised awareness of the civil rights movement.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Kentucky Bourbon Trails

Nashville – Bardstown – Louisville – Lexington – Middlesboro – Bowling/Mammoth Cave – Nashville

Our suggested self-drive itinerary showcases some of Kentucky’s best attributes. Start in Nashville, Tennessee your gateway into Kentucky, with the first stop at Bardstown to discover where bourbon began. Carry on the bourbon trail to Louisville, home to Kentucky’s yearly Derby horse race, before driving through the emerald hills of Horse Country to Lexington rich with championship thoroughbreds. Continue south to the source of the original Kentucky Fried Chicken in Corbin, then onwards to the mesmerising sights of the Appalachian Mountains from Middlesboro. Finally, end your journey exploring the fascinating cave systems at the Mammoth Cave National Park.
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Fly Drive Holiday: The Sounds and Sights of Tennessee

Memphis – Nashville – Knoxville – Smoky Mountains – Asheville – Chattanooga – Atlanta

Our suggested fly drive itinerary offers the perfect mix of Tennessee’s iconic music heritage, historic attractions, outdoor adventure and relaxation. Memphis is your first port of call, where you can see Elvis’s stomping grounds before moving on to the country music capital that is Nashville, the perfect place to hone your guitar skills. Travel on to Knoxville, where you can experience the old charms of the South blended with modern city living. Journey on, through the majestic grandeur of the Smoky Mountains where outdoor pursuits await, then finally, your Tennessee trip finishes in the scenic town of Chattanooga set on the Tennessee River.
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Discover Nashville  
See the best of Nashville on this half day tour, as you see some of the main attractions that makes this town the Music City of the USA! Take a tour of Downtown Nashville, visit the famous Ryman Auditorium, the onetime home to the Grand Ole Opry, take a trip to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum which pays tribute to some of America’s legendary musicians, and visit Nashville Honky Tonk to experience the live country music. From £27 per person.

Ticket to Grand Ole Opry Radio Show with Transport  
No trip to Nashville is complete without a visit to the Grand Ole Opry, a famous venue home to the longest-running live radio show in America. With your ticket, enjoy an entertaining show and see where some of the world's most renowned country music stars launched their careers. You're sure to have a great time at this classic Nashville musical extravaganza! From £35 per person.

Nashville Showboat Lunch or Dinner Cruise
Step on board one of the country's largest paddle-wheel boats for a fabulous lunch or dinner cruise down Nashville's Cumberland River. Relax in comfort and admire the views of the city from the decks, indulge in a hearty Southern meal and enjoy live entertainment including talented musical performers, dancers and comedy. From £42 per person.

Nashville Evening Tour with BBQ Dinner
Experience Nashville's nightlife come alive on this sightseeing tour! Take a tour past popular landmarks like LP Field, the Ryman Auditorium and the Parthenon in Centennial Park, all beautifully lit up at night. Then, enjoy a Southern barbeque dinner and have free time to stroll down Honky Tonk Row, full of a variety of clubs and live music venues. From £25 per person.

Historic Tennessee - Southern Plantations and Presidents
In addition to music Nashville has had a key role in American history also. During this tour you will take a guided tour of Belle Meade Plantation and Andrew Jackson's manor-The Hermitage. Belle Meade Plantation is known as the queen of Tennessee plantations. The current 30-acre site features 10 outbuildings which include an 1832 slave cabin and a colossal carriage house and stables. The second stop on the tour is to the stately manor of the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson. From £32 per person.

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Time Difference:
GMT- 6hours

Closest Airport:
Nashville International Airport (approx. 10 hours and 35 minutes, indirect flight)

Airport transfers:
There is a flat rate of $25 to the downtown area and the Opryland hotel area, plus an additional passenger charge of $1 when accompanying original passenger and proceeding to same destination.

Getting around:
Nashville's clean diesel hybrid Downtown Circulator offers travellers a free and convenient way to get around downtown and the Gulch. Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Make sure to try a sample of the Goo Goo Cluster, a famous Nashville sweet treat that you can enjoy whilst watching a live music show at the Ryman Auditorium.

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For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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