Experience in Nashville

The Franklin Theatre

When you see the dazzling sign in front of The Franklin Theatre, you feel like you’re about to step back into yesteryear.  This Theatre has a lot of love that has been poured into it to get back up and running.  You can enjoy great classic movies, plays, concerts, and listening to various speakers here.  Check their website for their calendar of events.

Hatcher Farms Chocolate Milk

I am not a big milk drinker. In fact, I only drink chocolate milk when I get in the mood to satisfy my calcium needs.  Hatcher Farms Chocolate Milk is far from a chore for me to gulp, though.  It is a profound treat.  The thick, smooth, and luscious delight is sure to make your day so much better.  They have a list of places you can find it around town.  Personally, I usually got it from Whole Foods or The Turnip Truck.  Be sure you try some before you leave town!

The General Jackson

Talk about show boating.  This is the place to be. For live music shows, dancing, great food, and a cruise down the Cumberland River, The General Jackson is the riverboat for you.

Line Dancing at Wild Horse Saloon

This spot is a big hit for anyone who wants to scoot their boots around the dance floor.  Famous for their line dancing and their concerts, this restaurant in Downtown Nashville is a lively place for good ole fun.

Titan’s Game

Are you ready for some football??? Then head on over to LP Field right next to the Cumberland River and prepare to see a Tennessee Titan’s Game.  The excitement in the air only competes from the nice breeze wafting off the river.

Trolley Ride Downtown Nashville

This was one of the most informative, fun things we did in Nashville.  You purchase your tickets ahead of time and hop on outside The Hard Rock Café on Broadway.  Your trolley driver will take you all over Nashville giving you a guided tour of interesting places such as Fort Nashborough, The State Capitol Building, the news station that HeeHaw was filmed in the basement as well as where Pat Sajack AND Oprah got their start, and the studio where Elvis recorded.

Tour of the Stars’ Homes

Ever get in a snoopy mood and wonder what kind of homes the rich and famous live in? This will quench that desire.  I even took notes when we went so I could show my out of town guests around.  We saw the homes of Martina McBride, Minnie Pearl, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Little Jimmy Dickens, Trace Adkins and more.  On a hot summer Nashville day, this air-conditioned bus is the place to be!


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