How To Spend A Fall Getaway In Nashville
Kick off your Nashville visit with a walk down the ‘Music City Walk of Fame’ and find your favourite country legends!
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Take your pick visiting a country music museum. I thought the Johnny Cash and Country Music Hall of Fame Museums were amazing
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No trip to Nashville is complete without hitting up Broadway Street. This is where all the live music happens
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A few places on Broadway of note, are Tootsies Orchid Lounge and Robert’s Western World
Tour the historic Ryman Auditorium to see where country music history was made. This is such a great tour - I’ve done it twice!
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Tour the Grand Ole Opry and if you can, buy tickets to see the live show there
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Try and book your tickets for the live Grand Ole Opry show at least a week or two in advance as they can sell out (even in off season)
Visit The Gulch neighbourhood for some boutique shopping and eating. I really loved the street art in this area
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For the best views of downtown Nashville, walk over the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. The fall colours here are lovely
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Check out 12th Avenue in the Hillsboro neighbourhood for trendy cafes and more street art. Grab a donut from the Five Daughters Bakery
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For the perfect fall day trip, head out to Cheekwood. I adored the pumpkin houses, which were still up in November
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The grounds at Cheekwood are beautiful in any season. Go early as this spot is a favourite
Hope this gives you some great ideas! Remember to pack a good jacket for fall travel
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