HGTV Smart Home: Nashville
We know you’re already making plans after your possible big win, so we decided to pull together everything you need to know about Nashville. Take a look at Travel Channel’s recommendations on where you should go and the things you should do when visiting Music City. We go beyond the regular tourist attractions!
Adam Richman visited Nashville when filming an episode of Man v. Food Nation . Music Row, Shelby Street Bridge, the Walk of Fame, Grand Ole Opry, Pancake Pantry and Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack are just a few places he stopped during his trip to Music City.
See this symbol of ancient Greece -- in Nashville’s Centennial Park. This full-scale replica of the Parthenon was built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Tennessee’s statehood. Nashville’s reputation as the “Athens of the South” (the city is home to many colleges and universities) sparked the idea for the replica.
Chuck Koehler, Getty Images
Nashville will surprise you. Explore a replica of the Parthenon, the largest European car collection in the US, the home of a US president and, of course, venues to hear music, music and more music!
Hotel Indigo Nashville
Guests arriving to the Hotel Indigo Nashville enter through their printer-themed lobby and speakeasy-inspired lounge. Located in the heart of Music City, the hotel is located just minutes away from the Entertainment District, Ryman Auditorium, LP Field (home to NFL’s Tennessee Titans) and Printer’s Alley where they can listen to the best in live music.
This piece of artistry -- a Nashville postcard -- includes several Music City’s attractions including the Parthenon and the old Country Music Hall of Fame that are now gone. If you look closely, the mural includes a statue of the seventh US President Andrew Jackson, who owned a home in Nashville, known as The Hermitage.
Brent Moore, Flickr