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Loews Vanderbilt Hotel - Nashville
2100 West End Ave.
Nashville, Tennessee, 37203
Phone: (615) 320-1700
Reservations: (800) 336-3335
Fax: (615) 320-5019
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Variety awaits you in Nashville: you’ll find everything from Tin Pan Alley torch songs to world-class performing arts, from the Cheekwood Museum of Art and Botanical Gardens to the Music Valley Wax Museum of the Stars, from kiddie league to professional sporting teams. From Nashville sightseeing to concerts to historical attractions, Loews is in the middle of it all. So dust off your boots or shine up your opera glasses and experience the excitement of the Country Music Capital of the World.

Belle Meade Plantation
5025 Harding Road
(800) 270-3991 or (615) 356-0501
Once a world-renowned 5400-acre thoroughbred horse farm, the plantation showcases the 1853 Greek Revival mansion filled with original furnishings and a large antique carriage collection. More info

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
222 Fifth Avenue South
(615) 416-2001
The world’s largest music museum is also an exciting and entertaining destination with something for everyone. More info

General Jackson Showboat
2800 Opryland Drive
(615) 458-3900
Lunch and dinner cruises with country music shows and a variety of entertainment. More info

Adventure Science Center
800 Fort Negley Blvd.
(615) 862-5160
Go on a scientific adventure the entire family will enjoy. Take a journey through the human body and see what goes on beneath the skin at BodyQuest. Blast off into the sky at BlueMax. If you still have energy, visit the Adventure Tower - scale a wall of skin, lift a car and let your imagination go wild at this educational Nashville attraction. More info

Grand Ole Opry
2802 Opryland Drive
(615) 871-OPRY
The Grand Ole Opry has hosted thousands of prestigious and memorable performance and events from the CMA Awards and the Gospel Music Awards to special appearances by Dolly Parton, Elton John and Bruce Springsteen. See the concierge for schedules for this Nashville tourist attraction. More info

The Hermitage
4580 Rachels Lane
Explore the site that former President Andrew Jackson once called home. Wander through the halls of this mansion and visit the formal garden, slave quarters and the original log cabin the Jacksons once occupied. The plantation was home to more than 150 slaves who worked the farms, cultivated livestock and tended gardens. Take a voyage into the past with Stories from the Slave Community and get a glimpse into the lives of those that contributed to the maintenance of the country's most authentic presidential home. More info

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
3777 Nolensville Pike
(615) 833-1534
Explore a wild kingdom with more than 350 species of exotic animals, including Bengal tigers, zebras, cheetahs, ostriches and river otters. Discover the habitats the animals call home and get up close and personal with the critters in the petting zoo. More info

Ryman Auditorium
116 5th Avenue North
(615) 889-3060
The original home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium has showcased some of the country's best talent, from Roy Acuff to James Brown and Patsy Cline to Sheryl Crow. Check schedules for upcoming events. More info