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A guide for first time visit to Nashville

Devon Williams
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NASHVILLE, TN — Is this the first time you visit Nashville? There are so many tourists attractions that you want to see or visit, but here is some suggested must-see for first-timers visiting Nashville. Welcome to Nashville!

For first-timers, your journey in Nashville can begin with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Here you can experience the evolution and growth of music genres. At the same time, you will see how country music has influenced other genres of music and made Nashville the epicenter of the country music industry.

Then you can head to the Parthenon located at Centennial Park. You can find the replica of a full-scale Greek Parthenon and the reason why Nashville is sometimes called “Athens of the South” before it is now better known as Music City.

Since Nashville is known as the Music City, why not book a trip to Grand Ole Opry and the Ryman Auditorium, where legends play. The Ryman Auditorium was originally built as a tabernacle and was home to the Grand Ole Opry for forty years. Take the day tour around the building and hear stories on legends performed on the Ryman stage. Now, the Ryman stage hosts a diverse lineup throughout the year, including Grace Potter and Sara Bareilles.

You can also visit the Grand Ole Opry, which moved to Opry House in 1974 and proudly boasts to be “the show that made country music famous”. The Opry put on three live shows a week in a live radio format that has been used for more than ninety years.

Then, head on to Nashville’s neighborhoods for a taste of the local. The Hillsboro Village, 12 South, and East Nashville are great locations for a stroll to local restaurants, cafes or shops.

Any first-timer to Nashville has to check out the honky-tonks on Lower Broadway. Sometimes when people think of Nashville, they think of the neon lights and music that filled the streets. There’s no cover charge, but the bands play for tips. If you wanna experience other genres of music, you can hit more than 180 live music venues in the city,

So those are the spots to visit for first-timers in Nashville. Enjoy!

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