Top Five Must See And Do Things In Music City
March 25, 2019
So, you've decided on
Nashville for your next timeshare destination, now what? With options for music, food, history, and nightlife around every corner you can't go wrong, but if you're looking for some guidance, we've got you covered. Here is a list of our top picks of things to see and do in Music City for your next timeshare vacation. It's also a great place to be for the
Fourth of July!
1. Grand Ole Opry
A trip to Music City wouldn't be complete without a night out at the
Grand Ole Opry
. The Opry is an American icon and Nashville's number-one attraction. The venue showcases a mix of artists creating entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages, so the kids will be sure to enjoy as well. Take in a single
pair it with a tour
for the ultimate Opry experience.
2. Country Music Hall of Fame®
Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
is the home of America's music, with more than 2.5 million artifacts, including recordings, photographs, costumes, instruments, and more. During your timeshare vacation, spend the day exploring the
grab a bite to eat inside the museum
and stop in at
the Museum's two retail stores
for a look at the selection of locally-made gifts, clothing, books and music.
3. Eat Some Hot Chicken
Nashville is known for some really amazing cuisine, but you can't leave without trying some
, breaded and coated with an abundance of spices. No matter where you eat, you're bound to find hot chicken on the menu. If you're planning on heading to Nashville for the
Fourth of July
for a timeshare vacation, you're in for a treat. Every year, hot chicken lovers gather for the
Annual Music City Hot Chicken Festival
. This free event features a parade, fried chicken samples, cold beer, plenty of local vendors and more.
4. Honky Tonk Highway
Honky Tonk Highway
, located on Lower Broadway, is a row of bars with stages that are always rockin' and drinks that are always cold. From 10am to 3am you will be delighted by constantly-rotating live acts, with everything from country music to rock and roll, and the best part? It's free!
5. Ride The Row
While visiting Nashville, be sure to take a tour of Music Row and visit the historic
RCA Studio B
where Elvis recorded over 200 songs. Some other notable artists who recorded classics here include Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and many more. Tours depart daily from the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
For more suggestions of can't-miss-things-to-do and places to see, visit the
Nashville Visitors Bureau
. For more top recommendations for timeshare vacation inspiration, click