Living in Nashville, Tennessee provides many benefits found through the attractions, climate, location and more. Some of the best reasons to live in the area include the economy and the job market, but don't forget about all the things residents can enjoy right in their backyard.
As a National Historical Landmark, the Ryman Auditorium was first opened in 1892. It started as a Gospel Tabernacle and later became the place for the Grand Ole Opry broadcasts. It closed for a while, but reopened in 1994 as a museum and performance venue. Many concerts, theatre shows and comedy shows are featured at the Ryman Auditorium.
General Jackson Showboat
Visitors enjoy cruising the Cumberland River, while enjoying a show and dinner. It's the world's largest showboat and one of the "must see" attractions of Nashville.
Country Music Hall of Fame
If you love country music or history, this is a great place to visit with plenty to see. Residents may need to visit multiple times to take in the full experience. The Hall features many live performances, along with on-site dining, a store and much more.
Grand Ole Opry
Known as "Country's Most Famous State", the Grand Ole Opry hosts some of the best choices in country music. Many come to Nashville just for this venue and it's certainly one of the favorites of the locals.
The Nashville Parthenon was built in 1897 as a full-scale replica of the Parthenon in Greece. It’s the centerpiece of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition and hosts many productions and pageants. The Parthenon is also an art museum with many great works of art and is another "must see" of Nashville.
These are just five of the many great venues/attractions found throughout Music City. Residents enjoy many attractions right in their backyard. There's plenty to do and plenty of history to enjoy throughout the music scene.
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