534 Chesnut Street Nashville, TN 37203 +1 615 242 4371
Herschel Greer Stadium has the capacity to seat up to 10,000 spectators and it plays host to the Pacific Coast League and Southern League baseball games. The most interesting feature at the stadium is the guitar shaped electronic scoreboard. During summer season, you can catch a game almost every weeknight.
Vacations are great, but the price of hotels and resorts can wreak havoc with your budget. Why not take all the comforts of home with you? Park your mobile home away from home at this full service camping center called Chad's Camping Center. Or, if you'd prefer, you can rent a fantastic trailer or camper. You will also find all the other camping gear you need-tents, gas stoves and more are available at reasonable prices.
Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 +1 800 657 6910(Tourist Information)
Home to some of the best landmarks in Nashville, Music Valley Village is a must-visit destination! From live music shows, dining, shopping, camping and many more fun activities for the whole family! Visit Nashville Nightlife and enjoy their fabulous dinner theater, rub shoulders with the stars at Nashville Palace, check out waxed country stars at Music Valley Wax Museum, pick up country music souvenirs and merchandise at Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store, rekindle country legends and enjoy live performances at Grand Ole Opry and shop for records at Ernest Tubb, the most famous record store in Nashville. The area has many hotels and resorts as well, making the village a perfect holiday destination for the family!
3810 Kings Lane Nashville, TN 37208 +1 615 876 4084
Staying true to the duties of a church, the Temple Church is dedicated to serve the community and educating people about the teachings of Christ. To fulfill the aim, the church has several ministries actively working for the betterment of the society. Educating the youth is what is important and for the purpose, the church has started the Bibleversity-as they call it-located next to the church.
Along the beautiful Cumberland river is this links-style golf course with 18 holes. Ted Rhodes Park & Golf Course is spread over a vast green expanse with lakes and the river that are home to turtles, fish, muskrats and beavers. A walk around the golf course could well be a trip to the natural wonders of Nashville. The Ted Rhodes Golf Course is home to the Duffers Golf Association that holds the annual tournament to support, Sickle Cell Anemia and MeHarry Hospital'. This place is open from 7a on weekdays and 6.30a on weekends.
152 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 +1 615 256 2727
If you like the blues then you have to head to this place. The B.B. King's Blues Club is one of the best places to enjoy a night of good blues with some awesome bands like The B.B. King's House Rockers, The B.B. King's Soul Brigade, Burning Las Vegas, and The Soul Searchers. Even if you are not into the blues thing but are a complete foodie, come here for a taste of Southern Cuisine. There is something for everyone with well-marbled New York strip to fried catfish. Your visit would be incomplete without trying the impressive drinks on the bar menu. The B.B. King's Blues Club can put together a customized special package for you if interested in hosting an event here.
Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland is a beautiful, magical, musical Christmas event not to be missed. Located in Nashville at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland is a fully orchestrated LED drive-through Christmas light show open to visitors from November 5th through January 2nd. Guests drive through the park and watch and experience Christmas lights which dance in time to a local radio station's Christmas music selection. For an example of this attraction, check out the video on the Shadrack's website. This could become a Christmas tradition or a wonderful Christmas memory for kids of all ages. -Lynn-nore Chittom
624 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 +1 615 255 0705
Bicentennial Mall was constructed to offer the city of Nashville a central location for multicultural events. It is only fitting, therefore, that this small gallery near the park displays the city's best African art. Photographer and gallery owner Carlton Wilkinson has spent the better part of his life putting together this collection of paintings, sculpture and photographs. He expresses his passion by providing space to local and regional artists. Exhibits change regularly, so call for the current artist and theme.
Hadley Park was built in honor of Nashville's African American citizens nearly a century ago. After World War I, a memorial was erected with the names of brave African-American soldiers who lost their lives in battle. Today the park remains open to the public with many memorials to citizens who have made an impact on the city. You will also find ample space to enjoy a game of football, a picnic lunch or an afternoon of kite flying. Baseball diamonds and softball fields are available for league play, and a large playground area with swings and slides provide endless entertainment for children.
Appalachian Center for Crafts has a collection of cabins overlooking Center Hill Lake and serves as a museum and school. The beautiful setting provides inspiration for creative minds and a relaxing backdrop for gallery visitors. Some of the country's finest artisans hold workshops and classes here during the spring and fall. Subjects include wood, glass, clay and metal. Two galleries showcase work from artists around the nation. A dining room in the main hall serves brunch on Sundays.
This outdoor haven stretches along a sloping strip of land,
between the Cumberland River and Nashville's downtown district. During the day people stroll the many paths, enjoy afternoon picnics on the riverbank, and ride the "Foxtrot" carousel. During the ...
This 200 acre walk through zoological park is home to
the rare and beautiful. You'll encounter cougars, black bears, Bengal tigers, zebras, cheetahs and playful river otters. Kids can even go a bit wild on the Jungle Gym playground. ...
This 19 acre park was built in 1996 to commemorate
Tennessee's 200 years of statehood. It provides wonderful views of the city and features a 200 foot granite map of Tennessee, which is bordered by thirty one fountains that ...