what is the age to enter the bars in nashville
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Going to Nashville for FanFest. I want to visit a few honky tonks. Is there any such thing as a non-smoking honky tonk downtown? Are there some that are better ventilated than others? I am also presuming that because of the age of them that most will have no air conditioning. Is that right? Any suggestions would be appreciated and would cut down on endless rambling around. Also do the majority of restaurants have a non-smoking section?
My friends and I are going to NV for a girls weeks, we are over 50, what would be our best places to to out?
Is EuropeanDestinations a reputable company? What other companies offer comparable prices?
What is a great place to take a large bachelorette party?! Day time or night life??
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Where in Nashville is the best place to see Merle Haggard memorabilia?
We will be staying in a midtown hotel during Fanfest in June. They have shuttles downtown and back. My concern is if we miss the shuttle back or want to stay downtown for a while. I have read that Nashiville taxis must be reserved i.e. you cannot flag one down. If this is the case, is there a realistic chances of getting one in a reasonable time, given that there are thousands of people in the Broadway area at that time.
For those of you who have gone to the Opry at the Grand Ole Opry House, I wonder about seating. I have an opportunity to get seats in Row A which is obviously near the front, separated from a few rows ahead (closer yet to the stage) by what appears to be an aisle. If this is the area where people are encouraged to come up and take photos of the stars I would think that might be a bit of a pain in the neck. Anybody have any experience with this?? Thanks in advance for your input. John
Does anyone have experience with the shuttles that Gaylord Opryland operate during the June FanFest. I am interested in how early they start running, how often they run and how late they return. Whether we stay there depends on if we can get back and forth during the day as opposed to going in the morning and staying until the concert is over at night. Also would like to be able to taste the nightlife so when the last shuttle returns is important. Thank you in advance.
Next week there will be 7 traveling to nashville tn for relaxation. I was wondering if there is a service or individual who transport to and from hotel to the downtown area. (Broadway)having a van that can haul of us. we will be arriving on Thursday the 2nd of August.
I'm getting really excited as I'm leaving to go to America on thursday where i will spend a week in philly with family and im then going to stay with a 66 year old lady who is a dear family friend. She lives in Nashville where i will be for a week before returning to philly and then traveling to Las vegas and all the national parks. Does anyone have any ideas on "must sees" in Nashville or Memphis Tennessee?? i would appreciate some pointers! Thanks xo
So me and a couple friends are going to be in town on Wednesday night and some people are under 18. Are there any places with live music or just fun atmospheres that we can hang out after 7pm?
Does anyone know if there are any tours departing from Downtown Nashville to Jack Daniels distillery? tks
I may possibly be in Nashville next month for only ONE night. I love listening to indy artists and music. I know Nashville is the city for Country music, but I also know it is the home of a lot of Christian artists. Are there any coffee shops, clubs, or venues where you can listen to live music? And, since I won't have a car, is there a hotel close to these venues? Thanks, D.
Would like to do a ladies weekend in Nashville. We would like to know where we could stay that would be in walking distance of the nightlife, particuarly Tootsie's and/or Wild Horse Saloon. (no one wants to drive after a wild night out with best friends). Thanks!
Besides viator and reserve123 what other internet discount tour companies give tours in nashville?
I'm going to Nashville the last week of September. What is fall weather like down there? Will I need a jacket or coat?
As people may have seen from my previous posts, I'm doing a bit of a road trip around the American South in September. We're currently alloting 2 nights to Nashville and a night in Muscle Shoals - what does everyone think about this, is this enough time in Nashville and is MS an interesting place to spend the night (think we'd be staying in Florence) Secondly The Grand Old Opry. Is this a good thing to go to? I am just a bit worried, it might be a tourist trap full of coach trippers.....and I'm wondering if it might be worth spending our short time in some of the more down to earth music bars/venues such as the Bluebird Cafe - any advice? Thanks in advance! x
We will be traveling to Nashville next week. Staying at a motel by the airport and plan to do all the traditional tourist stuff. I have reviewed this site but have a few specific questions. What is better to traveling to the downtown area: I40 or other connecting roads. What is the current construction areas to avoid? Where are just regular places to eat that are not just touristy? We will be having to take lunch downtown a few days for touring. I have read about downtown parking. We have to make a stop at the Visitor's center to get discount tickets before some tours. Can one person go in and the other drive around? How strict are they on ticketing if someone stays in the car? Any places to avoid due to flood damage? Any other info you can let me know about?
Mom & 17 yr old daughter visiting both Nashville and Memphis - mainly to hear great music. I'm looking for good music spots and wasn't sure if they'll let her into bars like Wildhorse Saloon, Bluebird Cafe, etc. We'll probably go to Rymans Theater - wasn't sure about Opryland because we're not too much into country music. Any other great places to hear music??? Also - we're visiting both cities in 5 days and I'm looking for advice on the best day time tourist attractions. We're planning to go to Graceland and Rock and Soul Museum.
I've never been to Nashville and have been asked by my boss to find a hotel for a trip he is taking with his family over 4th of July weekend. He and his wife have 2 teenagers and would like something (I think) within walking distance of shops and restaurants and nightlife. The one hotel that keeps coming up as nice is by the airport, but I don't think that would be walking distance to anything. Can someone please recommend a nice hotel for a family close to lots of things to do? Thanking you in advance!!!
I'm going to be in Nashville in early July. I'll be w/ my kids, 7 & 9 1/2. We are not huge country music people so some of those sites (Opryland, etc.) wouldn't interest us. Saw that there is the General Jackson Showboat and that looked fun. Just wondering about the quality? How is the food? Is it something kids my age would like? What about the show? Is there something else kids might like if that doesn't seem appropriate?
Will be spending a weekend in Nashville in March. What hotels are within walking distance to bars/clubs downtown?
Hi. We are heading to Nashville this summer for 3/4 nights. We think we will have to take a hotel near the airport due to costs. How much do taxis cost from this general are into the centre, Opryland and out again. Any suggestions for hotels, areas that are good or to avoid also greatly appreciated. Many thanks.
I'm going for a short vacation to Nashville in a few weeks and would love a great drive to see fall foliage (since we don't get that here in California) in TN. I am going for the BBQ festival in Lynchburg on a Saturday and was thinking of heading to Chattanooga for the aquarium afterwards. Any nice drives between the two places you can recommend? Thanks in advance! I always take the scenic route!
Hello, My name is Taylor, and I live in the east Bay Area of California. I am 19 years old, and family matters necessitate that I move out on my own. I come from a poor family, frankly, ridden with debt and other problems. I've foregone college partly to help out at home and, in lesser part, due to the expense. However, with no real job experience (apart from housesitting and gardening and the like), finding a job in the small town in which I live is next to impossible. Forgive all the background, but I believe it helps clarify my question. So, in short, I would like to move to Nashville. I hear only good things about it, and I am a songwriter and musician, so I would like a chance at that. I have extremely limited travel and moving experience, and very limited funds. I am wondering if anyone would be so kind as to offer any kind of advice regarding any aspect of this goal. Even just resources to look into, such as affordable housing or ideal areas to consider. As it is, with my lack of experience, I find myself being completely overwhelmed and not knowing where to even begin. Forgive me for being so completely vague and helpless. If there is anything I can clarify, I gladly will. I sincerely appreciate any help anyone can offer; it really means a lot to someone basically trying to start a new life from scratch. I will continue to research, but I thought it best that I ask generally to begin with, in case I'm completely off in my research. Thank you kindly, Taylor
Will it be possible to go to bluegrass underground show at 2pm on October 2nd then be back at the grand ole opry for the 7 pm show. Is the drive possible in that time space. Any information would be of help.
I'm doing a trip to Nashville between December 4th to 26th. In the last few years I've become a huge country music fan, specially a fan of Taylor Swift. So this is the main reason of my trip: to meet Taylor Swift. In second place come the sports: I want to watch a Titans game and a Predators game too. And in last place I'm interested in all the Civil War history. Places I would visit: -Hotel Alexis Inn: I believe it has a good balance between price and amenities. -Taylor related: Bluebird Cafe (where Taylor was first discovered), Hendersonville High School (where she was a freshman and a sophomore), Aaron Academy (where she finished high-school with a home schooling program), Big Machine Records (her record label), Castle Gwynn (where she shot Love Story music video), Mad Platter (where she shot White Horse video). -Country music related: Grand Ole Opry (at the Ryman Auditorium because of the time of the year), Music City Roots at the Loveless Cafe, Country Music Hall Of Fame. -Sports related: LP Field (NFL), Bridgestone Arena (NHL) and if I have time I'll watch a Vanderbilt and Hendersonville basketball game. -Civil War related: Tennessee State Museum. As you may have seen, I have absolutely no idea on how to make my first goal here: to meet Taylor. So if anyone has any idea on how I can acomplish this, please let me know. I'm also looking for many good places to have breakfast and dinner so I also listen to recommendations on this topic. Of course any advise on my itinerary listed before is also welcome: whether I should add some place to visit or even remove any of the ones listed. Please, recommendations of any kind will be very well accepted, even more if they come from the locals (specially related to SECURITY and parking downtown).