6. Belle Meade Plantation
Just outside of Nashville and built in the 1840s, The Belle Meade Plantation is a Greek Revival-style plantation house and grounds totaling 30 acres. Besides learning about the history of slaves with the various educational exhibits on-site, there’s architecture and hallmarks like slave quarters, carriage houses, cabins, and stables. An outdoor game court features games of corn hole, bocce ball, horseshoes, croquet, and even a putting green.
Broadway is viewed as the life and heart of the downtown region of Nashville and a popular tourist attraction. Covering several blocks long, the neighborhood is filled with bars and clubs to restaurants and shops. Climb on an old-fashioned tram or trolley to take you around the area while enjoying this experience. Live music plays on the streets, and people have fun dancing, singing, eating and drinking, or even riding a mechanical bull!
4. So Bro
Known as South of Broadway, So Bro is set in Nashville’s City Center. Just a short walk from downtown, the neighborhood is famous for its neon lights and honky-tonks, lively bars, top-notch restaurants and cafes, and exciting sights. The Honky Tonk Highway is a group of honky-tonks on Lower Broadway that offer live music every day (10 a.m. to 3 a.m.) at no cover charge.