They don't call Nashville Music City U.S.A. for nothing, and our campground will have you singing dixie in no time. Our campground is located less than 15 miles from downtown Nashville and a great basecamp for all of the area's attractions. Go play, and come stay at the Nashville North KOA!
It's always a wild adventure at the the Nashville Zoo! Aside from the animal, reptile and feathered residents, there are always events and parties that kids of all ages can enjoy. Kids learn while they play and interact with the zoo's many exhibits, with over 6,230 animals to see. And don't forget the Merry-Go-Round and Playhouse!
Showcasing a mix of country legends and contemporary chart-toppers, The Opry is an American icon and the #1 attraction in Tennessee. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people come to see live performances, each show presents eight or more artists. With performances running almost daily, you can fit it into any Nashville vacation.
A non-profit organization, The goal of Lane Motor Museum (LMM) is to share in the mission of collection and preserving automotive history for future generations. This museum specializes in European & U.S. cars, this museum is a MUST for any car or motorcycle enthusiast.
Fontanel Mansion is a 27,000 square foot log home formerly owned by Country Music Hall of Fame® member Barbara Mandrell, and is Nashville's only country music mansion tour giving visitors a sneak peek into the lives of country music greats. The home, situated on the 186 acre property, is nestled in the rolling hills of the Whites Creek Valley. We offer a family and dog friendly atmosphere located just 15 minutes from downtown Nashville in Whites Creek. Fontanel is now open 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR TOURS!
The Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000-sq.-ft. of permanent exhibits and a 10,000-sq.-ft. changing exhibition hall where temporary exhibits are on view. The museum's interpretive exhibits begin 15,000 years ago with prehistoric humans and continue through the early 1900s with special sections on Native American Indians, explorers, pioneers, the Antebellum age, the Civil War, and the beginning of a new century.
The Fort Negley Visitors Center is a historical education and outdoor recreation center of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation. Fort Negley is a place where people and history come together. It is a place to learn that we are a part of history and not apart from it. The visitors center is a resource for exploring the delicate relationship between Nashville and the Federal Government during the Civil War and for learning about the site's relevance in the 20th century and beyond.
Located in the shadow of the Capitol in downtown Nashville, Bicentennial Capitol Mall gives visitors a taste of Tennessee's history, natural wonders and serves as a lasting monument to Tennessee's Bicentennial Celebration, which was June 1, 1996.
The Parthenon stands proudly as the centerpiece of Centennial Park, Nashville's premier urban park. The re-creation of the 42-foot statue Athena is the focus of the Parthenon just as it was in ancient Greece. The building and the Athena statue are both full-scale replicas of the Athenian originals.
Bealle Meade Plantation is a historic mansion in which the grounds now function as a museum. The plantation consists of 30 acres and includes a winery, visitor center, and original outbuildings including the Harding cabin, carriage house, stable, mausoleum and reconstructed slave quarters.
Restored 18th century plantation house and replicated fort offering tours and living history demonstrations!
Come out and enjoy a hike, picnic, or one of the new exhibits in the Nature Center! Learn about birds, mammals and bones! This summer the park will be alive with zebra swallowtail butterflies, green frogs and hummingbirds!