Things To Do

Dolly Parton is probably one of the biggest celebrities born in Tennessee, and there are so many places across the state that honor her legacy, despite the fact that she's still alive.

Perhaps you're the ultimate Dolly fan, and you've been wanting to visit her home state to simply appreciate the artist but you don't know where to start.

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The great state of Tennessee offers a lot more than just great music and mouth-watering food, as its nature side truly sticks out from the rest of the United States.

Nashville and Memphis are not the only spots where you can find a good time in the state, as nature fanatics will be quite pleased to see the numerous incredible natural wonders the Volunteer State has to offer.

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Music City is often known for its bar scene, incredible food, tunes, and tourist attractions. People far and wide will visit this city every year, which can become overwhelming if you're on a quick weekend trip and wanting to avoid the crowds. What some might be surprised about is that there are some unusual things to do in and near Nashville that people may have never known existed.

These six spots might not be filled with hundreds of people, which could make your time more enjoyable if you prefer things to be a little more low-key.

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With the backyard or your balcony being the only spots you can travel to at the moment, the best thing to do is to make the best out of the situation. Tennesseans usually spend the spring and summer traveling to The Smokies and music festivals. Well this Nashville glamping company will bring glamping tents and RVs right to you so you can still have these experiences.

The Flying Ham, owned by Morgan and Ashley Gliko, is a company based out of Nashville that rents out vintage campers and a variety of glamping tents to Middle Tennessee campgrounds and state parks. 

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Nashville is home to many small and big-name musicians alike. From Hunter Hays and Brad Paisley to your local neighbor and friend, Nashville musicians are hosting live virtual concerts daily to stay busy and also for fans to enjoy. All you need to do to show the local community some support is by simply tuning in. It seems like a win-win for everyone involved! 

"It’s times like this that remind me of not only the power of music but the importance of it in every way, ESPECIALLY in the hearts and minds of young creators all over the world needing an outlet right now," Hunter Hays wrote on his most recent Instagram post. 

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Trying to keep yourself busy when you're stuck working from home is key to not going stir crazy. If you've been looking for the perfect reason to jump-start your summer body, there are a few ways to do so right now. The best Nashville yoga studios are even offering online classes for free right now.

There are more than 10 yoga and pilates spots in the city that are streaming classes throughout each week. 

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Nostalgic '90s vibes and the booziest meal of the day are coming to Tennessee in the form of a playful day party. Mimosas and pancakes are waiting for you at this brunch festival in Nashville this month.  It's a total all-you-can-handle party because the bubbly and bites are bottomless. 

Brunch-ish provides pop-up day party experiences that bring people together to offer a social atmosphere full of networking and good times (with the help of unique brunch food and adult drinks).

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The lively Nashville night scene seems to stand out from those in other cities. From dive bars to honky-tonk havens, the music is loud and the booze is flowing. If you love music (especially country music), you've probably found yourself dancing the night away more than once. Using this guide, you can visit the coolest bars in Nashville, Tennessee that only locals know about.

With Nashville being such a popular city, lots of tourists and travelers visit throughout the year, so hot spots like Nudie's and Robert's Western World can become super packed on the weekends. If you're looking for something estranged from the tourist traps, you can hit up these top-secret gems.

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You don't have to live in Louisiana to get your hands on decadent and juicy crustaceans. Many parts of the world celebrate the under-sea delicacies and next month you can look forward to joining the club at a free crawfish boil in Nashville. The seafood frenzy is at a taproom so you know the booze will be flowing.

Spring is nearly in bloom which means patio season is almost here. You can kick off the long-awaited al fresca weather at Tennessee Brew Works because they'll be hosting their annual crawfish boil on March 7.

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If your artsy alter ego is craving something next level when it comes to weekend shenanigans, stepping away from the bar scene and into something more immersive may be the solution. This free museum in Nashville lets you explore your intellect with interactive art installations while enjoying cocktails. The 24-hour spot attached to a renowned hotel is a creative space full of imagination fueled by booze.

The 21c Museum Hotel is an elaborate spot that stands tall in the heart of downtown Nashville just a few blocks from the Bridgestone Area.

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Nashville is the place to go if you're looking for a good time with your friends and there are always new places popping up. Finding a bar that is big enough for your entire group can be a struggle, but you just have to find the right one. This arcade bar in Nashville is sure to be a grand ole time. 

Pins Mechanical Co. & 16-Bit Bar have come together and created this massive indoor "playground" that has everything you would ever want or need.

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When spring rolls around, you bet we are going to spend most of the days outside embracing the sun since Mother Nature has not been on her A-game recently. To kick off the spring season, Nashville might be one of the best places to celebrate it. This event in Nashville this April will embrace the new season and celebrate the Japanese culture all in one. 

The Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival is back for another year and it's celebrating everything cherry blossom and Japanese culture.

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