5 Places to Visit in Nashville
Howdy, y'all! We are thrilled to invite you to the Music City for CGA-IGC 2022. Check out a few of the top places to see in Nashville during your visit:
1. Grand Ole Opry House
Hands-down the most famous attraction in Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry House is home to America's longest-running radio broadcast. Country music fans won't want to miss the chance to catch a show here or take a tour of the stage that's seen all the legends of country music!
2. Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Located in downtown Nashville and dubbed the "Smithsonian of country music," the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum is devoted to preserving, celebrating, and sharing the important cultural asset that is country music. The site is open daily to visitors.
3. Johnny Cash Museum
Featuring the world's largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia, the Johnny Cash Museum allows visitors to take self-guided tours through the highlights of the late country music star's life.
4. Downtown Nashville
The city's most colorful neighborhood, Nashville's downtown area is certainly worth a visit—browse around the famous Music Row or walk all the way down Broadway to Riverfront Park to enjoy scenic views of Cumberland River.
Known as "the Athens of the South" due to its dedication to higher education, Nashville is home to the iconic Parthenon. Constructed in 1897, this full-scale replica of the famous landmark in Athens, Greece, is in Centennial Park, and is certainly worth a visit!