Most people travel to Nashville, Tennessee, to experience the music side of this vibrant city. After all, it is considered the center of country music in the United States, and the city’s most important tourist attractions revolve around this. With all that being said, there are still quite a lot of things you can do in Nashville if you don’t like country music.
Explore Centennial Park
Centennial Park is one of the most popular parks in Nashville. Besides the green spaces, ponds, and recreational opportunities, the park also offers visitors an opportunity to check out some valuable monuments. This includes the full-size replica of the Greek Parthenon, the F-86 Sabre fighter jet, and a historic steam locomotive.
Visit the Hermitage
The Hermitage is a 1,000-acre site once owned by Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. The place, which has a status of a National Historic Landmark, features 30 historical buildings and various points of interest that make it a popular tourist attraction in Nashville. More than 200,000 people visit The Hermitage on an annual basis.
Take a Tour of Jack Daniel’s Distillery
Want to see how one of the world’s best whiskeys is made? Then take a tour of Jack Daniel’s main distillery in Lynchburg. You will be able to explore the facility, learn about whiskey making, find out cool facts about the brand, and also get to taste some whiskey. There is a shuttle service to Jack Daniel’s Distillery provided from the center of Nashville every day.