Country music's home is based in the heart of Nashville. From Music Row to the famous Wildhorse Saloon downtown, country's influence is everywhere. That's not all Music City USA has to offer, it’s also home to the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Nashville is more than just music; it also offers several different museums, sporting events and history. Nashville has it all.

Taking in Bicentennial Park is a must. Not only does it give you a striking view of the State Capitol Building, but it is organized to give you the history and geography of Tennessee in a beautiful and relaxing way. You can stop and listen to the carillon play "The Tennessee Waltz" while you watch the Rivers of Tennessee Fountain.

A short walk will take you to the Farmers Market, where you can grab a bite to eat or buy some fresh produce. Whether touring the country music sites or enjoying the laid-back charm of the delightful state capital, visitors to Nashville are in for a "down-home good ole time".