It may be nicknamed “Music City,” but Nashville is so much more than just country music.
It’s a city of culture and history, haute cuisine, pro sports, outstanding academics, natural beauty and pure Southern charm.
A peaceful place where the past and future create a destination that attracts many to move here.
Civil war history brings reverence to those who visit the restored beauty of plantations. Others historical places are Fisk University, the oldest higher learning institute in Nashville, Tennessee State Museum, and Capital Grille, which opened in 1910.
If you are a nature-lover, Tennessee has much to offer from beautiful state parks and lakes to nature trails and golf courses.
But for music lovers, Nashville is where music lives. It’s a place you can walk down the street and experience good ole country music. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum showcases why it’s called “Music City”. At night, Nashville comes alive. Good food and honky tonks are jam-packed with people listening to up-and-coming singers as well as renowned performers.