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This interactive science museum is an absolute blast-off! Most notable here is the space wing, which includes the new Sudekum Planetarium with its 63-foot dome. At the Test Bed ...
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Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is home to plush gardens, with flowers, plants and sculptures throughout, as well as the famous home of the Cheek family of Nashville. ...
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The museum started out in 1967 appropriately enough on Music Row but moved to splashier digs in 2001. Its unique architecture makes the $37 million building look like a curving ...
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Located in downtown Nashville, The Escape Game challenges your family to the Prison Break, Heist Escape, Gold Rush and even a Nashville Escape! Purchase the entire game room if you'd ...
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Located in the Arts District of Nashville is the Escape Experience. Experiences include "C-Block: Prison Escape Room," "The Inheritance: Mystery Escape Room," and "Vaccine: ...
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Fort Negley is the largest inland stone fort built during the Civil War. At the Fort Negley Visitors Center, you can learn more about the fort's history, as well as the role of ...
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In the grand tradition of old-fashioned riverboats, this 300-foot paddle wheeler plies the Cumberland River and offers music-themed cruises with a meal and a show. The General ...
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Here's a radio show that you can watch. Started in 1925 as a barn-dance style radio program, the Grand Ole Opry (now the longest running radio show in the world) is credited for ...
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Known as the Home of 1000 Hits, Studio B was the place in Nashville to record from the 50's through the 70's (it closed the day after Elvis died, although that was just a ...
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A great way to see the city is by taking the Music City Trolley by Gray Line of Tennessee. The narrated tour starts downtown by the Hard Rock Café. It features seven stops, ...
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This 200-acre zoo features animals from all over the world in creative natural habitats. Especially notable are the new Flamingo Lagoon (home to a flock of 30 Caribbean ...
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This is the only place in the world where you can walk through a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. This version of the Greek masterpiece, built for display ...
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