Nashville is closely associated with music. It can undeniably be called the “country music capital of the world.” The lively music scene, entertaining bars, extensive shopping options and warm atmosphere make it one of the most beloved cities in the United States for tourists. There are a few iconic landmarks in Nashville that are a must see.
The Shelby Street pedestrian bridge is a century-old bridge. It used to be busy with cars and trucks, but now it is a pedestrian bridge. Printer’s Alley might sound like a shady destination, but it is a historical place. It is here that many legendary books were published. This part of the city has a plethora of entertainment like sexy clubs, hot bars, and exclusive restaurants.
Midtown Nashville has clubs and restaurants to indulge you, but the famous landmark is The Parthenon. It is a photocopy of the original Parthenon in Athens, the only exception is it is built in concrete. Grand Ole Opry is the significant destination which all music lovers visit. It is situated in the Music Valley. Formerly a part of an Amusement Park, it has now been turned into the Opry Shopping Mall. Grand Ole Opry is a music radio program, which has been for a century.
Bluebird Café is where the very famous artist Taylor Swift performed for the first time. The wealthy and famous have made Nashville their holiday destination. That is why you can find Nashville golf here, an amalgam of seven golf courses throughout the city.
Museums like the Tennessee State Museum, the Hermitage (home of Andrew Jackson) and the Tennessee State Capitol are the finest examples of architecture and history in the city. Fort Nashborough and Fort Negley are also tokens of the past where you can uncover history. Take a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, as it reflects the true essence of Nashville.
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February 1, 2017 10:48 am