When visiting Nashville, a visit to the iconic 2,300 seat Ryman Auditorium should be near the top of your list. This historic structure was opened in 1892 and is known for its fantastic acoustics.
A visit to the Grand Old Opry should include time to take in a live viewing of the longest-running radio show in the world and a backstage tour. Take a seat in the 4,400-seat auditorium, where you will hear some of the best bluegrass and country music. The show is a mixture of country legends and today’s hot top ten, along with up-and-coming artists.
Take a trip down memory lane through the 2½ million artifacts commemorating the history of country music along with honoring songwriters and performers at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Walk through the Sing Me Back Home permanent exhibit at this downtown Nashville Museum and meander through the Country music timeline.