Sights to See in Nashville, Tennessee | Zaakirah Nayyar

Nashville, dubbed the Music City, is home to endless music labels and music stars. As the Capital City of Tennessee, it has its own unique vibe. Aside from being the home of many statewide businesses, it is definitely a place that is worth a visit if you are ever flying into the Nashville Airport or even driving. Here are five places you should visit: 

Skyline of Downtown Nashville | ©Nayyar Photography

Skyline of Downtown Nashville | ©Nayyar Photography

Visit and eat at the Hard Rock Cafe, B.B. King Blues Cafe, Farmer's Market or any other place. 

Lots of Food | ©Nayyar Photography

Lots of Food | ©Nayyar Photography

Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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Visit a game or a show at the Bridgestone Arena or Nashville Convention Center (they are right across the street from each other)  (i.e it's Beyonce's first time performing there in 3 years this Spring, right?).

Game Day Crowd | ©Nayyar Photography

Game Day Crowd | ©Nayyar Photography

Take a walk on the super long pedestrian bridge that takes up most of the downtown area.

Pedestrian Bridge | ©Nayyar Photography

Pedestrian Bridge | ©Nayyar Photography

 

Take a ride on a trolley that goes around town so you can get good photos or relax your feet after walking on the bridge.

View from Pedestrian Bridge | ©Nayyar Photography

View from Pedestrian Bridge | ©Nayyar Photography

So there you have it! If you were ever wondering what is there to do in Nashville, viola!
There are plenty of schools to visit if you are interested in expanding your studies as well.