Think of Nashville and your thoughts naturally turn to country music, but there’s much more to this Tennessee town than picking and grinning…not to say there isn’t a lot of music.
You’ll find all forms of art in Nashville, and quite a bit of natural areas, historical museums and shopping adventures.
Read on for our list of 32 free things to do in Nashville.
MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL SITES
ART, THEATER AND LITERATURE
What amazing, thorough, useful information! Excellent job, friends!Zoe Jones - May 16th, 2013
This is exactly what I was looking for!Seth Morton - August 1st, 2013
Carl Van Vechten isn’t even open to the public right now. And they charge $10 each.Paula M Marshall - October 6th, 2013
I really enjoyed this site and it was very helpful to plan more into my trip, Thank You.Michelle Kelley - October 14th, 2013
Will you add Mansker’s Station to this list and also Cheekwood. And do not forget the free concerts at Blair School of Music.Dawn Treader - February 20th, 2014
Except parking for the flea market.Darith Randolph DeLisle - April 1st, 2014
We are bringing our 4 teenage daughters with us over Christmas break. Anyone have any suggestions for teen-friendly New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day activities?Julie Davis Knight - November 21st, 2014
Four of us are traveling to Nashville, TN October 13-18th any suggestions what we should see. Anything free of charge?Annie Vlinden - August 7th, 2015
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Jesus Saves!Teri Lu Schmoldt - September 7th, 2015
Hey baby, wanna ride the bus together? What about go to the flea market and not buy anything?Johnson Wicks - October 5th, 2015