Road Trippin’ to Nashville – Your Spring Guide to The Music City
Ahh Spring! This is the time where we pack up our winter clothes and celebrate the warm weather. For the people that celebrate by taking a trip, pack up and head a few hours south to Nashville, TN. Nashville is known as the music city. Many concerts are performed here, a must see show is the famous Grand Ole Opry.
Before catching the show at the Grand Ole Opry, starting on March 31st, is the East Nashville Beer festival all attendees will receive a free glass and souvenir. In June, drive on down to Nashville for a Taste of Music. This is Nashville’s largest food and drink festival. People who attend can taste 50 best restaurants from the Music City itself, while sipping an ice cold beer in the hot weather.
After spending the day in Nashville, plan to stay the evening and take an exciting adventure on a ghost tour. Its a 90 minute walking tour adult ticket price is $15, kids ages (7-11) is $8 and children 6 and under are free. This tour leads you through Ryman Auditorium, printers alley, and Tennessee State Capital. Visit nashvilleghosttours.com for more info.
A hit currently happening in Nashville is the Redneck Comedy Tour. Its a tour bus traveling through Nashville and is a knee slapping time. Call 615-316-0014 for more information on all the hot spots and tour details. After enjoying all the fun settle down with a smooth trip to the spa. Adagio Massage Co. provides spa services of all kinds. Couples massage, a regular massage, even including scrubs, wraps, and stones. Just call 615-777-0602 and set up an appointment today an start a stress free moment while getting the everyday kinks of life worked out.
Depending on how clear your schedule becomes if it’s an extremely hot Memorial Day pack up the family and take a weekend off and slide on down to the Wave Country Water Park in Nashville, Tn. Adults price is $6, 12 and under plus seniors is $5. It is open from 11p.m. -5 p.m. Pre-packed picnics welcomed, plenty of shade to share, and floats available to be rented. So dive in and share a relaxing trip with the family and come to 2320 Two Rivers Parkway and just have fun.
For the Elvis fans in the tri-state, instead of going to Memphis, Tn. Just head to Nashville and see a tribute to the King himself from March- November on Mondays and Thursdays. Seating begins at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. Adult pricing is $23 and children ages (5-13) is $5 and children 4 and under are free. This show is a direct tribute to the King in the Music City itself where he recorded over 300 songs. John Beardsley stars in this show, with his 30 songs and 5 costume changes he leaves his audiences on the edge of their seats. This is a must see show and fun for all ages.
Before leaving the Music City stop by Opry Mills Mall and shop this mall is a main hot spot for back to school shopping and summer time deals. There are a variety of all stores while the women are shopping the men can be at the Bass Pro-shop enjoying their day. Nashville has a lot of history and is growing by day for a better tomorrow. Don’t miss out on what this musical town has to offer come share an experience of a lifetime on a decent budget.
So gas up and get to Road trippin’ with the family down south for some Southern Hospitality you wouldn’t want to miss.