This residence still speaks to the fortune and life of David McGavock, a prominent Nashvillian of the mid 19th century. Roman-style marble columns, high ceilings and frescoed walls provide an opulent setting for the fine art displayed inside. It may be rented for private engagements, parties and weddings year round.
Once a premier ship in the Music City fleet, the Music City Queen is now available exclusively for chartered trips. You can reserve this luxury vessel for your next party or corporate event. The cost of your trip varies depending on the size of your party and the type of meal you select-buffet or sit down dinner. Call for more information and reservations, and make your next event a truly memorable occasion.
When the world famous Ryman Auditorium closed its doors to country music performances, a section of the stage was removed and installed here, at the new home of the Grand Ole Opry. Country music artists, past and present, consider performing on this stage the highest of honors. The 45,000 square foot building seats 4,400 people. It is host to The Country Music Association Awards, various concerts, conventions and business conferences.
The golden days of Country Music and its stars live on at the Music Valley Wax Museum. True legends immortalized include Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Senior, Minnie Pearl and Roy Acuff. Forever loved and forever remembered for their musical talent and grace, these are the pioneers of country music. Check out the gift shop. There is an admission fee but seniors, civil servants and children under 14 are given a discount.
Car enthusiasts and country music fans alike come to the Music Valley Car Museum for a glimpse at the greatest antique and specialty car collection in Southeast United States. Enjoy a walk through music and automotive history as you view Randy Travis' 1965 Ford Mustang or listen to the latest from Garth Brooks on the jukebox.
This 100-yard paddle-wheeler cruises the Cumberland River each day. Once aboard, the atmosphere and hospitality will usher you back to the 19th century. The daytime cruise includes a lunch buffet and service by a singing staff. The three-hour dinner cruise includes a three-course meal and entertainment provided by a swing band and dancing in the ballroom.
Relax among the serene beauty of three nationally acclaimed indoor gardens: The Conservatory, The Cascades, and The Delta. The Conservatory covers two acres and is devoted solely to tropical plants. The Cascades also covers two acres and features waterfalls cascading into a 12,500 square-foot indoor lake. The Delta covers 4.5 acres and features restaurants, shops and a fountain that sends out jets of water 85 feet into the air. A breathtaking river runs through it with passenger-carrying boats. Admission: Free.
Relive the memories as you view tributes to the great stars of country music. Exhibits honor such music legends as Patsy Cline, Tex Ritter, Roy Acuff, Marty Robbins, Minnie Pearl, George Jones and Jim Reeves. You can also browse through a dozen exhibits on current artists like Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks. Displays feature special audio and video electronic effects and interactive devices so you can hear the music as you relive the history of country music. The museum is located in the Opry Plaza area near the Grand Ole Opry House.
2572 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 +1 615 889 4225
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is a perfect getaway for families with children as the scope of activities offered here is limitless. From swimming pools, to camping facilities, outdoor games, basketball and live music, this Wifi enabled space is secluded amidst greenery but still keeps you connected. Pets are welcome too at this vacationers paradise!
18 Springhouse Lane Nashville, TN 37214 +1 615 458 1730
Minutes away from Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center lies this beautiful, green, 18-hole golf course. On the banks of the Cumberland river, this link-style golf course offers more than golfing space. An institutefor golf coaching operates here. In the center is the huge clubhouse featuring meeting rooms, banquet rooms, dining and shopping areas. At the fourth hole there's the Springhouse, from which the club gets its name.
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 ...