Nashville KOA Attractions

Grand Ole' Opry

2802 Opryland Drive (615) 871-OPRY (local) or 800-SEE-OPRY (toll free) No telling who will surprise you at the Opry. Featuring new stars, superstars, and legends. Every weekend, the Grand Ole Opry takes music, laughter and entertainment from Nashville to all points around the globe. Broadcast live over WSM AM-650 since 1925, the Opry is the world's longest-running live radio show.  Check out their backstage tour!

Country Music Hall of Fame

222 Fifth Avenue South 615-416-2096 The Country Music Hall of Fame is located beside Gaylord Entertainment Center, the 135,000 sq. foot limestone, glass and brick Hall of Fame facility houses the past, present, and future of country music for everyone to enjoy and share.

Fort Negley

1100 Fort Negley Blvd

Nashville, TN 37203Explore Nashvilles Civil War History at Fort Negley.Come into the Visitors Center and learn how the Union Army captured Nashville in 1862 as you watch the film The Fall of Nashville. The river, turnpikes, and railroads had spurred the growth of the city from its beginnings. The Union Army occupied the city to control these transportation routes. Almost overnight, Nashville was transformed into the Union Armys major supply depot for the Western Theater of the war. 
Learn the story of the 2,768 people who built Negley. It was the largest of a group of forts built by the Union, and the largest inland masonry fort built during the Civil War. It was 600 feet long, 300 feet wide, and covered four acres of land. The workers lived in a contraband camp on the northeast side of the worksite, and were both free blacks and slaves who had been conscripted by the Union to serve as laborers. Between 600 and 800 died during the construction, and only 310 ever received pa

Belle Meade Plantation

5025 Harding Road 800-270-3991 Belle Meade is the queen of Tennessee plantations. An 1853 Greek Revival Mansion was once a major thoroughbred stud farm and nursery.

Civil War Sites

Including Stones River National Battlefield, the Battle of Franklin National Battlefield and the Fort Donelson National Military Park.

Tennessee State Museum

5th and Deaderick 615-741-2692 At the Museum you will find the historical highlights of Tennessee from different periods of time. Trace the prehistoric Woodland Indians to Daniel Boones and Davy Crocketts time. Civil War weapons and 18th and 19th century dioramas with stories. Look for Andrew Jacksons top hat, Andrew Johnsons piano, James Polks walking cane, and Daniel Boones musket and powder horn.

Frist Center for the Visual Arts

919 Broadway 615-244-3340 ArtQuest Gallery, featuring 30 art stations where visitors can design their own exhibit, make art or play with visual concepts after theyve been inspired by the works currently on exhibit. Then they can take their artwork home. Visit the Frist Center online for more information.

Adventure Science Center

800 Fort Negley Blvd 615-862-5160 Climb the Adventure Tower, all seven levels or power an elevator by bicycle. There are so many learning adventures at the Science Center for children. A new Planetarium will be opening in the summer of 2008.

Golf

There are over 35 golf courses near Nashville. For a list and information, visit Tennessee online. Photo of Gaylord Springs Golf Links...just four miles from our location.

General Jackson Showboat

Opry Mills Mall 615-458-3900 Enjoy a great country music and comedy show plus a delicious southern lunch buffet while you cruise the Cumberland River - 2.5 hours. Evening Cruises offer a Broadway-style show titled "Sing". It is all packed with a three-course dinner that will make your taste buds dance.

Nashville Shores

4001 Bell Road (615) 889-7050 Nashville Shores is family fun with beautiful white sandy beaches along 14,000 acre J. Percy Priest Lake. Seven water slides offer thrills for every kid with nearly 700 feet of twisting, turning fun. Check out all the new attractions.

The Hermitage

The Hermitage is reputedly our nations most authentically preserved early presidential home site.  The museum includes original artwork, furniture, textiles, personal items, wallpapers, and much more.

Located at 4580 Rachel's Lane, Nashville, TN 37076
Telephone: 615-889-2941

Wildhorse Saloon

2nd Avenue, downtown Nashville 615-885-1515 Wildhorse offers 3 floors of action packed fun, 5 bars and live entertainment 7 nights a week. The place to hear the hottest and learn the latest dance steps, with complimentary dance lessons nightly.

The Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee

Take a tour of the Distillery, an hour from Nashville.

The Parthenon

2600 West End Avenue 615-862-8431 The Parthenon was completely gold-plated in 2002, the grey-eyed goddess Athena Parthenon stands 42-feet all in the Parthenon. This is the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western World.

Honky Tonkin on Broadway in Nashville TN

Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater

2620 Music Valley Drive 615-885-0286 Nashvilles premier country music Dinner Theater has music and stars that made Music City famous worldwide. This season features GRAND OLE OPRY STARS, Jeannie Seely, Tommy Cash,Roni Stoneman and many more. Laugh at the hilarious Steve Hall and Shotgun Red.

Downtown Nashville TN

Music City, Nashville - undisputed home of country music, with more musicians per capita than any other US city.

Tribute to the King

2416 Valley Drive 615-758-0098 Now in its eighth season, the legend lives on in Nashvilles first and continuously running show paying tribute to him in Music City, where he recorded 300 songs. This high-energy, live musical biography John Beardsley features 6 areas of the Kings career including over 30 songs and 5 costume changes and has thrilled audiences of all ages from New York to Russia. The Texas Troubadour Theatre is open Monday and Thursday evenings.

Purity Dairies

360 Murfreesboro Road 615-760-2271 Ext. 489 At Purity , you pass the cute ice cream parlor as you enter the tour room. The company shows a film on the making of their ice cream and a complimentary ice cream treat is served.

Historic RCA Studio B

Historic RCA Studio B is one of the world's most important and successful recording studios. More than 35,000 songs were brought to life by the Studio B magic, including more than 1,000 American hits, 40 million-selling singles, and over 200 Elvis Presley recordings (by far more than any other studio). Step into the house of the hitmakers and discover the legend of this Music Row landmark.

Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Avenue North (615) 889-3060 Former home of the Grand Ole Opry, now a premier performance hall and museum. The Ryman was first revered as a revival church when Captain Thomas Ryman opened its doors in 1892. In the century since, it's become the cornerstone of Music City's entertainment tradition.

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

3777 Nolensville Road 615-833-1534 If you can, go to the Zoo early. The animals are alert and being feed. You will want to catch the Bamboo Trail and the Meerkat Exhibit, the Elephant Habitat, the Lorikeet Habitat and so much more. This is a wonderful family activity.

Gibson Bluegrass Showcase

161 Opry Mills Drive 615-514-2200 Watch the Gibson Original Instrument luthiers hand craft each Mandolin, Banjo and Dobro. Visit Gibson online or call for information about the nightly shows and dinner theater.

Tennessee State Capitol

Charlotte Avenue (between 6th and 7th Avenue) 615-741-2692 The grounds of the State Capitol contain statues honoring Sam Davis, Sergeant Alvin York and President Andrew Jackson.

Mike Wolfe from the TV Show "Pickers" has a Nashville Store

American Picker's Store