With Nashville the saying is definitely true; So much to see…so little time. There are tons of outstanding attractions, events, tours, shopping, restaurants and live entertainment, it’s hard to fit everything into a single visit. while music is the lifeblood of Nashville, visitors will also find here a city of culture and history, of haute cuisine, of pro sports, outstanding academics, natural beauty and pure Southern charm. Nashville is a place where the past and the future peacefully coexist and build, one on the other, to create a destination that appeals to the interests of every visitor.
Nashville is blessed with four distinct but mild seasons and an abundance of warmth and sunshine. Spring is a delightful time in Middle Tennessee as the rolling hills are a lush, vibrant green. Because of the mild climate found here, many plants are well suited for the area including tulips, azaleas, irises, magnolias and dogwoods. Days are warm while evenings can be chilly.
With the turn of the twenty-first century, downtown has witnessed a new birth. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum relocated across from the Nashville Arena, and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts opened its doors in the former Art Deco U.S. Post Office.