Nashville Holidays

Big-hearted Nashville, or ‘Music City USA’, is heralded as the undisputed capital of country music. The ever-present creative vibe and entrepreneurial spirit is deep rooted and extends throughout the city to the art, culture and food.

Kick off your Nashville experience by learning about Nashville’s musical past and present at one of the city’s many music-themed attractions. Where better to start than the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which features ever-changing exhibits on the legends of country music past along with today’s hottest stars. Take a tour of Music Row and visit historic RCA Studio B, the famous recording studio where Elvis recorded more than 200 songs, visit the Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage or, perhaps head to the Johnny Cash Museum. In addition, backstage tours are available of the Ryman Auditorium or, you may like to try and catch a performance at the Grand Ole Opry.

If you prefer to hear the stars of tomorrow, try out some of the small, intimate clubs dotted all over Nashville, such as the famous Bluebird Café in Green Hills, The Listening Room Café in downtown; or the many bars and clubs along the Honky Tonk Highway.

It's not all about music as the art scene in Nashville is booming. Murals, street art, public art, galleries and museums are all part of the experience. Top spots include The Parthenon in Centennial Park, this full-scale reproduction of the Athens Parthenon also serves as the city’s art museum. See also the Frist Art Museum, Zeitergeist and the Tinney Contemporary.

The Hermitage was the home of President Andrew Jackson and is one of the largest, most visited presidential homes in the United States. There’s also Belmont Mansion, an Italianate Villa, constructed between 1849-1853, which was the home of socialite Adelicia Acklen and her family, and was one of the most elaborate antebellum estates in the south.

Nashville’s emerging culinary scene is also putting it on the gastronomic radar. From Southern fare to haute cuisine and literally everything in between, Nashville’s palate offers it all.

Premier Holidays offer a fantastic selection of hotels in Nashville, see our brochure for further details.

Why visit Nashville?
  • Fascinating museums
  • Backstage tours
  • Lots of live music venues
  • Art and culture
  • Wonderfully diverse restaurants
  • Country music mecca
Essential facts about Nashville
Local Time

GMT -6 hours.


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Travel information

Nashville is approximately 9 hours by non-stop flight from the UK.

Best time to go

A great place to visit any time of year, the city experiences four distinct seasons. Expect mild weather during spring and autumn; lots of sunshine along with high temperatures and humidity during summer; and cool to cold weather during the winter.

Visa information

If you are eligible to enter the USA under the Visa Waiver Programme, you will need to obtain an electronic travel authorisation (ESTA) prior to travel. Please ask for details

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Unmissable Experiences in Nashville
The Soul of Music City Night Tour excursion
The Soul of Music City Night Tour

Highlights include a stop at a live music venue, a visit of the city’s illuminated skyline, and a visit to the 6th & Peabody Entertainment Complex. Available from Nashville.

From £39

Grand Ole Opry Tickets excursion
Grand Ole Opry Tickets

A night at the Grand Ole Opry is a Nashville must-do. The Opry’s performances feature eight or more artists per show, giving a sample of each artist’s musical style. Available from Nashville.

From £59

Discover Nashville excursion
Discover Nashville

During this half day tour you’ll see major city landmarks including the Ryman Auditorium, Honky Tonk Row, the Country Music Hall of Fame and much more. Available from Nashville.

From £79