3 Nashville Vacation Ideas You Have to Try
We strongly believe that Nashville is one of the best places for vacation whether you’re doing a weekend getaway by yourself or packing up the family for a bit of traveling in Tennessee. It can be challenging to see everything that Music City has to offer while you’re on a vacation, necessitating that you pick the things you’d like to do the most and spend some time enjoying them.
But how are you supposed to narrow it down? There are so many exciting things to see and there’s no shortage of things to do, making it a difficult choice. Luckily for you, we have a few suggestions on how to make the most of your time in Nashville, so keep reading to learn more!
Our Favorite Things to Do in Nashville
Country Music Hall of Fame
If you’re planning a family vacation in Nashville, you absolutely have to make it a point to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. It doesn’t matter if you like what you hear on the radio nowadays or you’re a diehard fan of outlaw country musicians like Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, Sr., because this is one location that is sure to be fun for everyone in your family. You can enjoy an evening spent listening to John Carter Cash (the son of Johnny and June) talk about what his life has been like or learn about the stories behind some of country’s most iconic songs.
It’s a great way to get a taste of Nashville and do something you can’t do anywhere else, ensuring that you and your family enjoy some unique memories that will last a lifetime.
The Row Kitchen and Pub
One of our favorite Nashville vacation ideas is to simply spend your time sampling some of the incredible food that the city has to offer. We can think of no finer place to get started than at The Row Kitchen and Pub, which touts its “Southern American Cooking” which you can trust us when we say that it’s truly a thing to behold.
With an incredible lunch menu containing everything from burgers to hickory pit barbecue and a drink menu that’s sure to put a smile on your face, The Row is a great place to visit if you’re in Nashville and you want to get a taste (literally) of the type of food that the city is known for!
Parenting Magazine recently ranked Nashville as the number three best places for vacation if you’re bringing your family, noting that even those who don’t love country music can “still have plenty to enjoy.” One of those things is a trip to the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere.
A vast selection of amphibians, mammals, reptiles, fish, and more make up the list of things to see while you’re at the zoo and as of the time of this writing, the zoo notes that they “have more than 2.248 animals and 353 species that call Nashville Zoo home.” No matter what animals fascinate your kids, you’re sure to enjoy a day spent seeing some of the world’s most interesting creatures that you simply can’t see anywhere else. With newly added white rhinos and a spider monkey exhibit that just opened, you can rest assured that kids and adults alike will find plenty to enjoy about their day at the zoo!
Book Your Trip Today
These Nashville vacation ideas ought to give you an idea of where to get started while you’re planning your trip, but one thing is for certain--if you want to stay at the best place in Nashville, the Wyndham Nashville Resort is the obvious choice. Enjoy a day of exploring the city and then head back to your home base to relax in the hot tubs, splash around in the pools, or even plan a picnic and take in some live entertainment. It’s a great way to spend a day!
Perhaps Nashville isn’t the location for you. Not to worry because we offer a number of vacation packages, ensuring that you’re able to find the right spot for you and your family. Take a look around and feel free to call us at 888-832-4223 with any questions.
- Janero Gonzales