The Grand Ole Opry is the world’s longest-running radio show, with a history stretching all the way to its conception in 1925. The show was also credited with bringing country music to the mainstream, putting Nashville right in the heart of this musical movement. You can catch a live recording of the famous show every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evening, with at least eight performers on each night’s bill. If you’re a particularly big fan, consider the pre-show VIP Tour, which ends with you on stage as the big red curtain rises for the first performance.
Be transported to ancient Greece at The Parthenon. The Parthenon is a full scale replica of the original Athenian building and statue found in Greece. It features a statue of Athena that stands at 42 feet. This is the main focus of the incredible sight. The Parthenon is used by the city of Nashville as an art museum with 63 paintings from 19th and 20th century American artists adorn the walls for all to see.