How To Plan A Group Getaway To Nashville, TN

When people think of Nashville, most of the time they automatically think of country music. Although country music is a big pastime of Nashville, the city is filled with its own rich history and culture. If you want to plan the perfect getaway to Nashville, it is important to be aware of all that the city has to offer. Listed below are some of the best restaurants, places to stay, and other attractions that should be included on your itinerary when planning your perfect getaway to Nashville. All of the items below are great for any group of people traveling together because they offer something special for everyone.

Where to stay
When planning a group getaway, there are several different personalities and wants that you have to try to factor into planning. This can get challenging when you’re trying to find a place to stay in Nashville. Some people may want to be close to nightlife, while others may want a quieter location. Nashville vacation rentals make accommodation planning easier. You can choose vacation rentals in Nashville’s most popular areas and based on the number of people you have. Some vacation rentals also have kitchens. This allows you to save money by making group meals versus going out for every meal.

Restaurants

F. Scott’s
F. Scott’s makes an impression right away on its guests as they arrive to a huge movie marquee outside of the restaurant. The menu is changed every season, always offering something fresh and hip to its guests. There is an extensive wine list that can be enjoyed while the live jazz bands are playing.

Loveless Cafe
Loveless Cafe features some of the best country ham, hash browns, grits, and biscuits in the city. The biscuits are the feature dish of the cafe, and tourists come just to try them. The recipe was created by Carol Fay, also known as The Biscuit Lady, and has been around for over 25 years.

What to See in Nashville

The Country Music Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame is located right in the west part of the Cumberland River. The hall of fame shows the history of over 200 years of American country music. Visitors to the museum can see the evolution of history through videos, exhibits, live performances, and other public programs.

The Frist Center for Visual Arts
This visual arts center has been opened since the year 2001. Exhibits from around the world are all featured throughout different parts of the year. There are more than 30 different media stations that are available for guests to interact and explore with. The museum is great for adults, as well as children.

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