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04-30-2011, 02:46 PM
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The place I'm staying at recommended the following things:
a) Take in live country music at Honky Tonk Bars along the Broadway (Tootsie, Roberts, Etc. free admission, bands play for tips)
d) Country Music Hall of Fame $18 admission (also recommend taking Studio B tour additional $13 admission)
e) Ryman Auditorium known as mother church of country music
f) The State Capital Building and food arcade blocks from Painter's Alley
g) The Tennessee State Museum (free)
h) Check out Bi-Centennial Capital Mall State Park War Memorials
i) Experience Meat-N-3 Southern dinning (Arnolds, Copper Kettle, etc. about $7)
a) The Centennial Park (Shakeshere-in-the-Park on Wed nights)
b) The Parthenon and Botonical garden in the Centennial Park
c) Check out Open Mic performances of "want to make it in Nashville singers-N-song writers" (Bluebird, French Quarter, Douglas Corner, CoCos).
Bolded are things I consider must-sees. I would add the Loveless Cafe to the must-see restaurants for sure. Union Station is a great landmark to check out downtown (free admission obviously). Centennial Sportsplex (just a few blocks from the arena, straight across from Centennial) is our practice facility, but unless you wanna catch some youth hockey there isn't much to see there.

As far as post-game/late night stuff, the Wildhorse Saloon is a solid bet.

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