Nashville (Davidson County)
Nashville, a city of over 600,000 people, is the state capital and one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Downtown Nashville features a diverse assortment of entertainment, dining, architecture, and cultural attractions. Nashville is known as “Music City” and is the second largest music production center in the country. Nashville has many famous attractions including Lower Broadway, Music Row, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the Ryman Auditorium, the Belcourt Theater, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Parthenon, the Frist Center for Visual Arts, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, the Nashville Zoo, the Hermitage Home of Andrew Jackson, and the Tennessee State Museum. The city hosts many major annual events such as the Tennessee State Fair, Nashville Film Festival, and the CMA Music Festival. Several professional sports teams call Nashville home including the Tennessee Titans (NFL), Nashville SC (MLS) and the Nashville Predators (NHL). To learn more about things to do in Nashville visit https://www.visitmusiccity.com/explore-nashville.