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NASHVILLE local attractions 

The Nashville Holocaust Memorial:

The Memorial site includes educational opportunities for visitors. The goal is to tell the history of the Holocaust through the personal stories of the Nashvillians who are represented there. The name of each European hometown of the Survivors is presented at the pathway leading up to the Memorial. Visitors may pick up an educational brochure as they enter the Memorial. A self-guided audio tour is available. Secondly, the Memorial is conceptualized to be a Living Memorial with a significant role for the general Middle Tennessee community.   - Bio from

The Grand Ole Opry:

The Grand Ole Opry Is the world-famous home of country music that showcases country music's past, present, and future. The lineup is always changing with new artists and shows every night. Tours are available to experience what happens behind the scenes and hear stories about the Opry. There are four different tours available including daytime backstage tours, women of country tour, country duos tour and post-show backstage tours. To learn more and buy tickets visit  - (Show prices vary based on the artist and tours price varies from $45+) - Information from

Tennessee State Museum:

The Tennessee State Museum is available to the public, offering free admission to all. Tennessee State Museum was created for educational purposes aiming to illuminate artifacts that relate to Tennessee's social, political economic, and cultural history. Visitors can immerse themselves in the exhibitions revolving around Natural History, The Civil War and Reconstruction, the Tennessee Time Tunnel, and more. - Information from

Nashville Zoo:

Since 1991, the Nashville Zoo has pursued its mission of showcasing and conserving animal life. Visitors of all ages can enjoy engaging historical and backstage tours, various fun attractions, and up-close animal experiences. (Tickets are $24.62 per person) - Information from

Ole Smokey Distillery Tour:

This distillery tour is an hour long where you'll tour the on-site distillery that includes seeing how it is made, moonshine tastings, and live music. The tour provides tastings of their productions with a happy hour as well. (Available Mon - Thur @ $44.95 per adult) - Information from

Visit Nashville:

Additional activities can be found on the Nashville tourism website.

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