With so much to see, it appears there is not enough time experience it all in one trip. You could spend hours on a tour of Grand Ole Opry or spend an afternoon at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Nashville also has an abundance of activities for those seeking art centers and museums. Stroll through the foliage found at the Botanical Garden, visit the Museum of Art, The Tennessee Museum, or even watch the animals at the Nashville Zoo. The downtown area of Nashville offers appeal to people of all ages. Here you will find a distinct assortment of entertainment and dining options from live music at a street fair, concerts in the park, film festivals, as well as the finest restaurants a city has to offer. If you are hoping to watch your favorite sport, than you are in luck. Nashville is home to minor league baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and soccer. Or if you prefer, there are sports bars aplenty throughout the city of Nashville, so you can catch the game on a big screen while mingling with friends.
Nashville has a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and hot humid summers. You will find freezing temperatures in the winter with snowfall likely, but the snowfall is usually fairly light. Spring and fall are generally pleasant with beautiful fall colors and blooming flowers, but can be prone to severe thunderstorms.