Nashville, Tennessee, is a city that mixes southern hospitality and gentility with a cosmopolitan-like atmosphere. It has taken strides to preserve its historical sites, and you can learn about America's past by visiting them. Here are a few historical locations you may want to add to your itinerary once your international movers have finished helping you move in.
Grand Ole Opry
Nashville's burgeoning music scene has deep roots that go back through the 20th century, and it's credited with helping birth and foster country music. The Grand Ole Opry is the venue that helped give rise to some of the genre's biggest stars, from Patsy Cline to Johnny Cash. Not only can you see the stars of tomorrow and today play at the Opry, but the venue also offers tours on which you'll learn about its history and see its exclusive backstage area.
President Andrew Jackson was a Tennessee native and his southern dwelling was known as the Hermitage. The prolific president played a large role in the growth of America, and by visiting his well-preserved Nashville home, you're sure to get great insight into the man who was just as well known for his outspoken personality as his political policies. The Hermitage is open daily and you can take an audio tour and visit the various exhibits, the expansive tulip garden and or go on a wagon tour.