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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Nashville

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Historical Places in Nashville

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Lotz House Museum , Franklin
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Lotz House Museum tells the story of the talented Lotz family and their home during the American Civil War. A guide will take you through the
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Learn about the life of America's seventh president at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. His plantation is now a museum and National Historic Landm
Tours from $128
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The historical Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery, established in 1807, has served as a thoroughbred stud breeding ground, an extensive farm
Tours from $41
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Climb aboard and enjoy a live-narrated 90-Minute Hop-On Hop-Off Tour of Nashville with 13 stops. Tours depart daily from 930am - 4pm approximately every half hour. Stay on for the 90-minute tour or Hop-On and Off all day and enjoy Nashville at your own pace. Experience Lower Broadway, Music Row, Centennial Park, the Ryman Auditorium, Marathon Village, Country Music Hall of Fame, Belmont Mansion, Johnny Cash Museum, the Gulch, Tennessee State Capital and more!
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Historic Walking Area
Downtown Franklin , Franklin
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Built around a town square featuring a Civil War monument of a lone Confederate soldier overlooking the center of town, Downtown Franklin off
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Carter House , Franklin
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Tour the Federal-style Carter House, the site of the U.S. Civil War Second Battle of Franklin in 1864. Completed in 1830 by Fountain Branch C

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Go to the city center to choose from a selection of hotels lining the streets parallel to the Cumberland River, where most options fall into the mid-range or luxury category and offer swimming pools. Just a stone's throw to the north is the Arts District, where you can stay in a similarly luxurious hotel and find yourself in the thick of the city's live music scene. If you're after great food and trendy cafes, look farther north to the regenerated neighborhood of Germantown.
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