Nashville's skyline is recognizable by the "Batman Building," which is the AT&T building and its iconc "bat ears."
Nashville is known as the Country Music Capital of the World and it's where many artists got their starts.
Denis Tangney Jr.
The Parthenon in Nashville is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
It was this radio show, which first aired in the 1920s, that put Nashville on the music map.
Courtesy of Grand Ole Opry
One of the best ways to experience Nashville is to bar hop and enjoy the different live music acts at each venue.
In Nashville, you'll often find country musicians playing at venues in the District area.
The Cheekwood Estate & Gardens were once owned by the Cheek family, the founders of the Maxwell Coffee company.
The Ryman Auditorium was originally home to the Grand Ole Opry. Performances are still held here.
Belmont Mansion is Tennessee's largest house museum.
Courtesy of Belmont Mansion
You can walk the perimeter of the Parthenon and get some unique photos of its columns.
Lots of green space is available near the Parthenon, which makes for a great picnic area.
Once the home of U.S. President Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage is now a National Historic Landmark.
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As part of the Adventure Science Center's interactive "Space Chase" exhibit, visitors can get a first-hand look at the technology astronauts use in their preflight training.
Courtesy of the Adventure Science Center
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is popular with music lovers and history buffs.
Among the handwritten notes and letters, you'll also find artifacts, memorabilia and more than 25 costumes from country crooner Johnny Cash's stage life at this museum.
The Johnny Cash Museum
Occupying 30 acres, the Belle Meade Plantation is known as the "Queen of Tennessee plantations."
Inside the Tennessee State Capitol building you'll find the Tenneessee State Museum.
The John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge makes for a great photo op.
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Tulips are some of the flowers you'll see at Cheekwood Gardens & Estate.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is a popular museum for adults and kids alike to enjoy.
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Travelers say the best time to visit Cheekwood to see the most blooms is in the spring or summer.
Make sure you have your camera ready to snap photos of beautiful blooms at Cheekwood.
Nashville is home to many popular breweries and distilleries that offer tours.
Courtesy of Nelson's Green Brier Distillery
Honky Tonk Central is one of many popular bars along Broadway. This venue spans three stories and boasts indoor-outdoor patios.
You'll find the Tennessee State Capitol building in downtown Nashville.
Lower Broadway is known as "Honky Tonk Highway" because of the concentration of popular live music venues.
Broadway by day is a different scene than by night.
Nashville is famous for its hot chicken. Hattie B's, Prince's Hot Chicken Shack and Bolton's Spicy Chicken and Fish are three popular places to try the regional delicacy.