Things To Do To Nashville

Local's Guide


Nashville has more than just honky tonks and BBQ joints, if you’re anything like the locals – you’ll want to experience the hills, the winding roads and the amazing trails that Tennessee has to offer.


The music scene in Nashville has always been one of its most defining and vital attractions, and 2019 is no stranger to that vibe. Music is Nashville’s bread & butter, it’s foundation and one of the main reasons so many people flock to this city every year.


A little known fact about Nashville, we are a foodie’s idea of a good time.

When you start planning your trip to Music City you usually focus on the music, and that’s understandable. But everybody’s got to eat, so we are here to give you a quick rundown on the hotspots you can grab a quick delicious bite & the restaurants that will be stored in your memory bank forever.


It’s never too early to be thinking about cool temps and the holidays that come along with them. Holiday season in Music City is full of hot chocolate with extra marshmallows, twinkling lights and songs played by the cozy fireside.

Music City July 4th

Did you know that Nashville is home to one of the Nation’s Largest July 4th Fireworks shows every year? We aren’t kidding when we say, it never disappoints. Plan to find yourself in Nashville for this exciting freedom-filled holiday, we have a few tips on what you should do, what spots are the best for watching the big fiery display and how to be able to hear Brett Eldredge serenade you in that hi-def clarity you’ve been daydreaming about.

CMA Fest

So you’re thinking about attending CMA Fest, or maybe you’ve already checked off your boxes and taken the plunge of purchasing tickets but you still have so many questions. We are going to tell you the ins and outs of attending this 4 day Country Music extravaganza- what you should bring, where you should eat and how you should plan – because all of this is important.