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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
9
Downtown Nashville
10 reviews
'Honor Thy Music' is the catchphrase of this monumental museum, reflecting the near-biblical importance of country music to Nashville's soul. — Lonely Planet
Cheekwood
9
10 reviews
The museum, in a carefully restored neo-Georgian mansion once home to the Cheek family of Maxwell House coffee fame, has a permanent collection of American art. — Fodor's
Ryman Auditorium
8
Downtown Nashville
10 reviews
The single most historic site in the world of country music. — Frommer's
Frist Art Museum
8
Downtown Nashville
10 reviews
The lack of a broad permanent collection allows the Frist Center to operate like a large gallery for a rotating roster of big-name installations organized by other museums. — Concierge
Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery
8
8 reviews
The 1853 mansion is open to visitors, as are various interesting outbuildings, including a model slave cabin, and wine tasting. — Lonely Planet
Grand Ole Opry
8
7 reviews
These exhibits are tributes to the performers who have appeared on the famous radio show over the years. — Frommer's
Adventure Science Center
8
6 reviews
An educational and playful trip for kids and adults alike. — Afar Magazine
Carl Van Vechten Gallery
8
4 reviews
This university gallery is very much worth a visit. It houses photographer Alfred Stieglitz’s personal collection of art spanning from Cézanne, to Toulouse-Lautrec, to Picasso. — goop
The Johnny Cash Museum
8
6 reviews
The legendary Man in Black now has a dedicated space in Nashville. — Fodor's
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
8
5 reviews
The life and times of Andrew Jackson, known as Old Hickory, are reflected with great care at this house and museum. — Fodor's
Nashville Parthenon
7
7 reviews
The full-size reproduction of the Athens Parthenon is the world’s only exact replica — Frommer's
Patsy Cline Museum
7
3 reviews
Housed in the same building as the Johnny Cash Museum, this is a fun experience in its own right — Frommer's
Johnny Cash Museum Store
7
3 reviews
The new museum dedicated to 'The Man in Black' is smallish but houses the most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world, officially endorsed by the Cash family. — Lonely Planet
7
Downtown Nashville
6 reviews
Although the history of Tennessee is the focus at the Tennessee State Museum, the mummy steals the show. — Frommer's
Lane Motor Museum
7
5 reviews
One's man passion for automobiles led to this collection of mostly European vehicles of all shapes and sizes, from mini cars to an amphibious car—one vehicle for almost every letter of the alphabet. — Fodor's
Belmont Mansion
7
Bellmont/Hillsboro
5 reviews
This 1850s Italian-style villa was the home of Adelicia Acklen, Nashville's answer to Scarlett O'Hara, who married "once for money, once for love, and once for the hell of it. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Built in 1830, the Carter House served as the Union army command post during the Battle of Franklin. — Frommer's
Tennessee State Capitol
7
Downtown Nashville
4 reviews
designed by noted Philadelphia architect William Strickland who was so impressed with his Greek Revival creation that he requested—and received—entombment behind one of the building's walls — Fodor's
Carnton
7
3 reviews
There are almost 1,500 graves in the McGavock Confederate Cemetery, which makes this the largest private Confederate cemetery in the country. — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
Every day is a beach day at this 385-acre, lakefront water park — Where
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