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Country Music Hall of Fame
1. Country Music Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the world's largest museums and cultural centers dedicated to the preservation, celebration and interpretation of American country music.
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
2. Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is one of middle Tennessee's most popular family attractions, starring almost 3,000 animals from all over the world, across more than 300 species. Nashville Zoo lets the kids have some real hands-on fun, from playtime attractions to personal encounters with their favorite animals. Regular talks by staff mean you'll come away knowing all the fun little facts about the zoo's feathered, furry and scaly residents! It's also home to the largest community-built playground in the United States – Jungle Gym – which features a 35-foot-tall tree house structure, super slides, swings, and a giant snake tunnel. The zoo is located on the grounds of the Grassmere Historic Farm, built in 1810, in Nashville, TN, USA.
National Museum of African American Music
3. National Museum of African American Music
The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is a gateway to the past that showcases the deep impact African Americans have had on shaping American music. From southern gospel to blues, jazz, R&B, and hip-hop. Across five galleries, you can see each genre against the backdrop of history, and learn how the music was shaped by the currents of time. Expect to see artifacts like instruments, stage costumes, and sheet music. There's also a film theatre that provides context around the birth of African American music.
Adventure Science Center
4. Adventure Science Center
Adventure Science Center is a family-friendly attraction in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. It operates as a non-profit science museum for children and aims to educate and immerse its little visitors in over 175 hands-on interactive exhibits. Themes include biology, physics, visual perception, listening, mind, air and space, energy and earth science. There's also a planetarium, which monitors the skies over Nashville and beyond.
National Corvette Museum
5. National Corvette Museum
Inside the National Corvette Museum you can find out why the Corvette is "America's Sports Car". See the brand's history unfold and enjoy the evolution of Corvette's cutting-edge technology. The Museum features a number of interesting exhibits and over 70 Corvettes, from its earliest classics and race cars, to prototypes, one-of-a-kind cars, and the latest models.

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Take a wagon ride for a deeper look at those who were integral to the success of this property during Jackson's time.
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the United States. Since opening as a museum in 1889, more than 17 million people have visited. Today, The Hermitage is a 1,120-acre National Historic Landmark with over 20 historic buildings; a one-acre English garden that serves as the final resting place for Jackson, his wife and many family members, a walking trail and more. The Hermitage is located in Davidson County, Tennessee, 10 miles east of downtown Nashville.
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Nashville Old Town Trolley provides guided Hop-on Hop-off sightseeing tours of Nashville, Tennessee. With over 100 points of interest, insightful and entertaining commentary, and 15 stops to hop on and off along the way, it's the best way to finds your feet in Music City.
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Lotz House, which has been on the National Historic Register since 1976, is located in the heart of historic Downtown Franklin, Tennessee. The house is situated at what was the epicenter of the Battle of Franklin, a pivotal battle in the Civil War. Visitors can explore the house and admire its original furnishings, which were subject to stray bullets and cannonballs during the bloody battle that raged outside. The house is open seven days a week and offers unmissable guided house tours!
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Opry Mills

Madame Tussauds Nashville is located next to the Grand Ole Opry House, inside Opry Mills. Opry Mills is located between I-40 and I-65 on Briley Parkway. It's 7 miles from Downtown Nashville and Nashville International Airport.
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We invite you to explore the largest house built in Tennessee prior to the Civil War. Constructed between 1849 and 1860, Belmont Mansion was the home of Adelicia and Joseph Acklen. Visiting here is a unique opportunity to explore one of the few 1850s era homes still standing in Nashville while learning about the people - both free and enslaved - whose stories make this site worth understanding. ​General admission tickets allow guests to tour at their own pace after an introduction from a tour guide in the Grand Salon. Signage in each room tells the story of the site and the residents. Tour guides stationed throughout the house are available for questions and additional information. Average tour is 45 minutes to one hour.
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Front of John Overton's 1799 home in Nashville, TN
Travellers Rest is the oldest historic house museum open to the public in Nashville. Its primary mission is history education and they serve more than 12,000 children and adult visitors each year. Their programs and events cover 1,000 years of history – from Mississippian period Native American settlement through to the 19th century – using the cultural resources of John Overton's 1799 home.
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