Music City, TN | Nashville Staycation

    Today marks the fourth day of our Nashville Staycation series! In this series we are giving readers a planned themed day out on the town to escape from your jobs, but not spend too much money by going on a vacation.

    Today’s theme is Music City, TN. This theme is designed for everyone wanting to vist everything that makes Nashville the Music City!


    Music City, TN

    Breakfast: Loveless Cafe

    For over 60 years, Nashville residents have been waking up bright and early to head out to the Loveless Cafe for a made-from-scratch, Southern breakfast.  The Loveless Cafe cooks arrive at 3am every morning so that by the time you arrive (sometime after 7am) the biscuits are buttery and fresh out of the oven.  Get ready for what Martha Stewart called, “the best breakfast I’ve ever had.”

    Loveless Cafe
    8400 Hwy 100
    646-9700
    Check out their website here

    Morning Activity: Country Music Hall of Fame

    The Country Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the evolving history and traditions of country music.  The non-profit functions as a local history museum and international arts organization for fans, students, scholars, and members of the music industry to visit.  The Country Music Hall of Fame offers numerous tour times and options, so visit their website to plan your visit!

    Country Music Hall of Fame
    222 5th Ave S
    416-2001
    Check out their website here

    Lunch: Jack’s Bar-B-Que

    Jack Cawthon began Jack’s Bar-B-Que on the corner of Broadway and 1st Ave after many years of decline on lower Broadway.  In fact, many people say that Jack’s began the revitalization of the area.  Since then Jack’s has relocated along Broadway, but the food has stayed the same—food that has drawn in people from all over the world on their visit to Nashville!

    Jack’s Bar-B-Que
    416 Broadway
    254-5715
    Check out their website here

    Daytime Activity: Tour of the Grand Ole Opry

    The Grand Ole Opry began as merely a radio show in 1925, but has grown to be an American icon and the live entertainment phenomenon is now Nashville’s number-one attraction.  The Opry has been called everything from the “home of American music” to “country’s most famous stage.”  With past and current acts including Garth Brooks, Little Jimmy Dickens, Dolly Parton, and Martina McBride, it’s no wonder why a tour of the Grand Ole Opry is on our list of top things to do in Music City!

    Grand Ole Opry
    2804 Opryland Drive
    871-6779
    Check out their website here

    Dinner and Evening Activity: General Jackson Showboat

    Spend the evening cruising down the Cumberland River and enjoying live entertainment.  The General Jackson, a reproduction paddle-wheel boat, is a throwback to the days of river travel.  The Heart of Tennessee: A Musical Journey evening cruise departs from the dock at Gaylord Opryland.

    General Jackson Showboat
    2812 Opryland Drive
    458-3900
    Check out their website here



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