Arte y cultura en Nashville
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Venture to the heart of country music, Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame®, for an up-close look at legendary artists, lively exhibits, and soulful tunes. Whether you like bluegrass, Cajun, roc... más información
Even if you are not a big country fan, this is one of the must-visit attractions in Nashville. The Hall of Fame is a state-of-the-art museum tracing the "history and sounds" of country music. Set a... más información
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The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is housed in the former downtown post office, an architectural jewel on its own. Constructed in 1933-34, the building displays both classicism and Art Deco styl... más información
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is a stunning museum here in Downtown Nashville. The exhibits are constantly changing and always beautiful. Nashville's first post office, be sure to look for ... más información
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"The Mother Church of Country Music" and the "Birthplace of Bluegrass" is the ultimate Nashville concert venue. Once the home of the "Grand Ole Opry," this restored tabernacle now hosts concerts of... más información
The Ryman Auditorium is the true Mother Church of Country Music. You can tour the venue, but the best way to experience the sacred space is to check out a concert while in town. More than just cou... más información
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Why is a Greek Temple located in Nashville? The Parthenon was built in 1897 for the centennial celebration of Tennessee's statehood representing Nashville as the "Athens of the South" due to all t... más información
In the heart of West End is The Parthenon, which stands proudly as the centerpiece of Centennial Park, Nashville's premier urban park. The re-creation of the 42-foot statue Athena is the focus of t... más información
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Another "don't miss" Nashville attraction is Cheekwood -- a beautiful site west of downtown that is art museum, gardens galore and historic home all rolled into 55 picturesque acres. Plan a morning... más información
Cheekwood is a Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. A gorgeous place to explore on a sunny day. This garden in Nashville includes a Japanese garden, herb, perennial and wildflower gardens, as well ... más información
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The campus is a National Arboretum. Internationally recognized university with a campus full of energy.
Vanderbilt's campus is also a the National Arboretum. Beautiful old trees and magnificent landscaping. Several places to eat on-campus open to the public. Concerts, plays, and cinema on campus.
Vanderbilt University is 3.3 miles away. It is also a fantastic place to walk. The campus is beautiful and serene.
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Beautiful campus with gardens and fountains. Dining services also provides food and there are concerts and plays offered some evenings.
If you're walking to the restaurants on Belmont Blvd, I suggest you take a stroll through the campus of Belmont University. It is a small, but gorgeous campus. The landscaping is beautiful and me... más información
Belmont University and Mansion. Beautiful campus.
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The original art gallery in East Nashville offers a wide variety of art, gifts, jewelry, and handcrafted items. Owners Meg and Brett are the creators of the now famous Tomato Art Festival.
If you love jewelry, art, pottery, and lots of cool stuff in between- go here! Not only is it an amazing place, but it's owned by two of the most amazing and talented people in Nashville. They are ... más información
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This isn't your everyday movie theatre. The Belcourt just opened after a 6 month renovation. At the Belcourt, you'll see movies that graced Europe's finest film festivals, but not your average neig... más información
Nashville's non-profit independent movie theatre. The newly renovated Belcourt is the best place in town to see art film. Grab a bite at Fido before the show, or a coffee afterward. As an added p... más información
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Belle Meade Plantation is a non-profit historic site located in Nashville, TN. Established in 1807, Belle Meade was revered as the greatest thoroughbred stud farm in the United States. It was home ... más información
Belle Meade Plantation, located in Belle Meade, Tennessee, is a historic mansion whose grounds now function as a museum. Belle Meade Plantation consists of 30 remaining acres and includes a winery ... más información
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Visit The Hermitage in Nashville, TN to walk through Andrew Jackson’s life and home, explore a beautiful, vintage Tennessee farm and experience an important piece of Nashville and our nation. Rated... más información
Away from the honky tonks and bright lights of Broadway lies the home of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. A visit to The Hermitage ranks high on the list of Nashville att... más información
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A visit to Nashville is not complete without paying tribute to America's premier country music venue. Take a seat at the iconic Grand Ole Opry and experience the longest-running live radio show in ... más información
It was this radio show — which began broadcasting in the 1920s — that put Nashville on the map as the "Country Music Capital of the World." Although its venue has changed over the years, the Grand ... más información
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The Johnny Cash Museum features the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, fil... más información
In the heart of downtown Nashville and a few steps off the "Honky Tonk Highway" (lower Broadway), this Museum & Cafe is a tribute to The Man in Black. With all the facets of an exquisite museum, T... más información
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This is a great Science Center for kids and adults who love science activities. They also have a planetarium offering several different shows.
This is an awesome place to take the kids!! They have tons of hands-on activities throughout as well as a planetarium! There is a Subway inside where you can grab a meal.
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The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, is one of the largest and most visited presidential homes in the Unites States, and recently named the #1 historic house in TN. Today, The Hermitage... más información
Well preserved home of former President Andrew Jackson and the grounds. Good tour of his home and property with many original pieces and lots of history.
Historical mansion, museum and plantation of our country's 7th President and founder of the Democratic party, Andrew Jackson.
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There is nothing I like more than enjoying a concert at the outdoor amphitheater right in the middle of downtown. Sit by the riverfront in the lawn section, grab some BBQ, and something to drink an... más información
Premier outdoor live music venue featuring top bands performing in a stunning new facility on the riverfront with downtown city views and great acoustics. Scalp some tix and check it out.
New venue in downtown Nashville. Outdoor amphitheater right on riverfront with the most incredible views of Nashville and the Titans Stadium. YOU HAVE TO SEE A SHOW HERE.
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The Tennessee State Museum currently occupies three floors, covering approximately 120,000 square feet with more than 60,000 square feet devoted to exhibits.
This museum depicts the history of the U.S. state of Tennessee. Starting from pre-colonization and going into the 20th century, the museum interprets the Frontier, the age of President Andrew Jacks... más información
TN State Museum is a free museum that exhibits the history of Tennessee from the dawn of time to the Reconstruction era. Definitely worth visiting if you're into history!
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Enjoy the Arts at Tennessee Performing Arts Ctr
All kinds of good theater performances to be found here--TN Rep puts on some of my favorite plays
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Want to feel overly sophisticated for one night? Come to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center for some classical goodness. Also, check out their movie nights. Good movie + Live orchestra soundtrack.
My most favorite place to be is through Door #1, Stage left, 2 sections back, 3rd row. See the award-winning Nashville Symphony (& Chorus) as well as a stunning variety of talent encompassed by ex... más información
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Absolutely check out Belmont's beautiful campus, and then hop over to Belmont Mansion to take a tour of the home belonging to the interesting and eccentric woman who started it all!
History buffs may find this tour interesting - we've toured the Belmont Mansion at least 7 times and ever time it's more restored... our property was part of the Acklen Estate and Adelicia Acklen w... más información
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We have a beautiful downtown library. The upstairs courtyard garden is one of my very favorite outdoor spaces in Nashville. Grab something to drink and/or eat from Provence and head to the garden
Amazing public library located in downtown Nashville. Amazing place to take children! They have story time for children every day of the week. Check online for their schedule! Highly recommended fo... más información
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The largest European collection of cars and motorcycles in the United States.
This is so off the beaten path but worth a trip if you like exotic or unusual cars. It's an amazing collection of european small cars as well as scooters and motorcycles. A totally unique museum e... más información
This place is perfect for the gear head in the family. In addition to the classics, it houses the country's largest collection of European autos and motorcycles.
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Fifth Avenue of the Arts has buckets of galleries including this gem.
Upscale art gallery. If you are in town on the first Saturday of the month, check out the Downtown Art Crawl.
Nashville has some great galleries! Our favorites are The Art Company and Rymer.
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Museum honors musicians from stars to studio players, from all genres of music. Historic artifacts include instruments played on original recordings of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hank Williams, and more.
Many instruments played by iconic musicians now call this place home. You will be amazed at the history here and it won't be a disappointment in any way!
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Very well-known gallery in the High Desert. A must visit if you are here to see art.
Local art gallery run by an amazing team of women in East Nashville. Find your new favorite artists here.
Great little gallery featuring local, regional and national artists!
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Housed in a late 19th century Victorian building, The Carl Van Vechten Gallery was established in 1949, when the acclaimed American painter Georgia O'Keeffe donated to Fisk the extraordinary group ... más información
This amazing "jewel box" of an art collection/gallery/museum is worth the trip off the beaten path. Originally gifted by artist Georgia O'Keefe's famous photographer husband Alfred Steiglitz, this ... más información
Georgia O'Keeffe art collection worth checking out!
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Check out Andrew Jackson's famous plantation
The Hermitage is a great place to learn about Andrew Jackson and some of the history behind Nashville's early years.
Andrew Jackson's home! Great for families and history nuts alike!