Nashville is a southern city with deep rich colorful history. It is also the home of both President Andrew Jackson and Country Music. Disability access and disability parking will depend on what activities you choose. you would at-least need two days of sightseeing to get a flavor of this southern...more
Music Row is where most of Record labels of Country Music is location. Just need to watch for stop cars because they are doing what your doing which sightseeing. Disability access and disability parking is limited. Just need to take pictures from car. You will need about 1/4 hour to 1/2 hour to...more
Grand Ole Opry is a country music show and some of the show is done live. Disability access is provided. They have assistive listening devices available. Disability parking is limited and provide by the mall. Visit time is up to you depending if you are staying for a show....more
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a huge museum of telling the story of country music. With many historical items and videos. Disability access is limited and with no disability parking. You will need about 3 hours to 4 hours to visit the museum....more
Belle Meade Plantation is a southern Plantation that tells the story of plantation life in and around the Nashville area. Disability access and disability parking is very limited due to the site with dirt pathways. You will need about 1 hour to 3 hours to visit the Plantation....more
The Hermitage-Home of President Andrew Jackson is a location of the last home that President Jackson lived in and is bury here. The home is limited disability access. They also have museum of various artifacts of President Jackson. The bury-place is limited disability access due to narrow...more
Opry Mills Shopping Center is just across the street from the The Grand Ole Opry House and is where you grab a bite to eat before the show. Disability access and limited disability parking is available.
Ryman Auditorium is the original place of the Grand Ole Opry. It has tours of inside the building with artifacts and other items. Disability access is limited with limited disability parking in the back of building. The guide tour is about 1 hour.
Grand Ole Opry Museum is across the plaza from the Grand Ole Opry House and house lots of the history and artifacts from the Grand Ole Opry it is included with your tickets to the show. Disability access and disability parking is limited. You will need about 1 hour to visit the museum....more
The Parthenon in Nashville is an replica of the original Parthenon. Their are display that talk about the how the Parthenon came to be in Nashville and about the original one. Disability access is limited and disability parking is very hard to find since it is on street and in located in a park....more