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Nashville and country music go together, like, well, Nashville and country music. It’s impossible to imagine one without the other. Home to the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest-running live radio show, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Johnny Cash Museum, Nashville is never far from its music roots. But there’s plenty of other attractions too – from art to zoos and even a replica of an iconic Greek building, (you’ll know it when you see it) – making Nashville a great destination, even if country music’s not your thing.

 

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48 Hours in Nashville

We were going to write a list of all the songs and albums recorded in Nashville, but there’s just too many to list. Anyone who’s anyone has put down some tracks in the city that can’t stop singing, including Elvis (“Heartbreak Hotel”), Bob Dylan “Blonde on Blonde”) Jimmy Buffet (“License to Chill”) and Taylor Swift...

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Top 10 Accessible Hotels in Nashville

Nashville hits all the right notes. The place is hot, red hot, according to “Time Magazine,” which dubbed it “The South’s Red-Hot Town. Nashville’s also been awarded the accolade of one of 30 places to visit before you’re 30 (by “Condé Nast”), destination of the year by “Travel + Leisure” and “Budget Travel’s” list of...

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Top 10 Accessible Attractions in Nashville

Nashville and country music go together, like, well, Nashville and country music. It’s impossible to imagine one without the other. Home to the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest-running live radio show, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Johnny Cash Museum, Nashville is never far from its music roots. But there’s...

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