Downtown Nashville sounds like the music of many genres, groups, and instruments at once. With its so many historic music landmarks, it's perfect for curious melomaniacs.
Yet, Nashville is not only about tunes of all sorts. You'll first witness the state's history embodied in the Bicentennial Park and step your feet on its lawns to literally touch it.
Your next stop, the Tennessee State Capitol, is the essence of its statehood and virtues and the country's architectural pride.
Getting back to the music topic, you will reach the Musicians Hall of Fame, crowned by a large dome. Preserving the legacy of the Nashville Music Auditorium that hosted legendary star-studded concerts, it's an award-winning top-notch event space.
Then, tour around the music industry sites and drop in the Metro Riverfront Park, a symbol of Nashville's history, to amuse yourself by walking along the Cumberland River.
If you decide to enter the Johnny Cash Museum, one of the top six attractions in Nashville, you will see chords from the guitars once owned by the famous Johnny Cash alongside his other artifacts.
The Music City Center, a modern architecture gem with free live performances, awaits you at the end.
During your walk, do not miss indulging in the delicious treats and embracing the city's multiple food scenes (and many more facilities).
Join the tour and get to know the city's history while enjoying the music coming to your ears from everywhere!