Nashville Crash Course
Planning your summer getaway? Nashville is open and ready for you to come and enjoy! On May 14th at 12 am the city will be lifting all capacity and operational restrictions. Bars, restaurants, sporting events, and music venues will be able to open at full capability. So, grab your friends and spice up your weekend plans! Honky Tonk Lane has dozens of bars to explore. Find the right bars with specialty cocktails, delicious bar food, and amazing live music. Try tracking down Printer’s Alley for a more intimate look at the bars and enjoy the pub life in Nashville. Explore a new side of the Downtown and visit the up and coming Gulch area! There are lots of new restaurants with fabulous chefs.
Several of the restaurants in the Gulch have an exceptional beer, exquisite cocktails, and plenty of opportunities to shop or relax! One last place to make sure to check out during your brief visit in the city of Country Music is Marathon Motor Works 1200. This incredible building hides secrets of the past, a Jack Daniels store, Bourbon tastings, and a shop that sells antiques from the Antique Pickers Show! With so many mysteries surrounding the area, how can you resist driving over and spending a few minutes exploring!
Nashville has lots of historical locations available, and many tourist attractions. Some of which are Belle Meade Historic Site and Winery, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, The Parthenon, Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry, Belmont Mansion, Centennial Park, and so much more! One of the most infamous attractions in Nashville goes by many names: Music Row, Broadway, and Honky Tonk Lane! Make no mistake though, it is the heart of Nashville music! There are aspiring artists on every corner and in every bar. So buy a drink and sit back, relax and enjoy the extensive genres within country music!