Revel in Nashville’s Eclectic Arts Scene All Month Long with Artober Nashville

Artober Nashville is a month-long arts extravaganza held each October here in Music City and across Middle Tennessee. Whether you’re a visitor or a longtime resident, you’ll marvel at the depth and breadth of the local arts community, which will present hundreds of cultural events this month. ...

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An Under the Sea Dining Delight

As a major center of culture and entertainment, Nashville offers many fantastic dining options. One of our favorites, the Nashville Aquarium Restaurant, is located in the Opry Mills Mall, just a quick ten-minute drive from the Alexis Inn. ...

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A Cornucopia of Pleasures at the Nashville Farmers' Market

Since the early 19th century, the Nashville Farmers’ Market has brought residents and visitors alike some of the finest, freshest produce available anywhere in the nation.  ...

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Elliston Place Street Fest Returns to Rock Out in the Summer Heat

Nashville continues to live up to its “Music City” moniker this July as a whole host of hot bands prepare to play for the Elliston Place Street Fest on Saturday, July 22. ...

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The Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Where the Old World Meets the New

The bounty of nature combines with the opulence of the American Country Place Era at Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, located just a short drive from the Alexis Inn. ...

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Springtime Means Music

Now that the weather has warmed up in Tennessee’s Music City, it’s time to kick off Musicians’ Corner, an ongoing outdoor music festival that showcases the best rising talent in country music every Friday night and Saturday afternoon/evening in May, June, August, and early September. ...

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Nashville Reveals Itself as a Brunch City

We’ve jotted down a few of Nashville’s best Sunday morning hideouts. ...

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Inspiring Nightlife in the Music Capital

Catch these aspiring singers when they open their songbooks. ...

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Won't You Be My Nashville Valentine

Nashville’s heart is big enough for you and that special someone. ...

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Nashville's Best Morning Brews

Have you been searching the world for the perfect cup of coffee? ...

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That Sentimental Feeling

Want to tour of Nashville and relish in its Christmas splendor at the same time? ...

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The Historic Belcourt Theater

The Belcourt is a great option for film lovers looking to get off the beaten path. ...

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Tennessee's Oldest Oktoberfest

Admission is free to the 37th Annual Nashville Oktoberfest, a three day event held October 7th - 9th in the heart of Music City. ...

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Dining Under the Sea

The Nashville Aquarium Restaurant, located in the Opry Hills Mall, less than five miles from the Alexis Inn, is an innovative dining experience. ...

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One of the Oldest Markets in the South

August is the peak of the summer growing season, which is why the USDA named August 7th – 13th National Farmers Market Week. ...

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Cycling 'Round Town

The newest trend in pub crawling is the pedal bar. ...

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Musician's Corner

Spring in Nashville brings anticipation for more than just pretty flowers. The new season also means the return of some favorite annual music festivals, concerts, and park events.  ...

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Classic Country at the Bluebird

It’s no secret that Nashville is known for its rising artists and star-sightings. One of Music City’s local attractions, the Bluebird Cafe, is the perfect spot to fall in love with country music and experience new artists as they climb to fame. ...

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A Taste of Tennessee

It may be called "Music City," but Nashville is also plenty famous for its food, and on March 8th, visitors can get a sampling of all the best cuisine in town and then some at Tennessee Flavors, an event that brings in more than seventy-five of Nashville’s top restaurants and food and beverage artisans for the tastiest evening ever. ...

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A Walk in the Park

Things might still be on the chilly side in Nashville, but that shouldn’t stop you from checking out Radnor Lake State Park, which is beautiful no matter what the season. ...

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Rock into the New Year

You’d think New Year’s Eve in a place called Music City would be a huge, rockin’ bash, and you’d be absolutely right! Visitors to Nashville need look no further than Jack Daniel’s Bash on Broadway ...

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Museum of the Man in Black

There's a reason Nashville's known as Music City, with its huge impact on country music and history of famous acts and artists, including the Man in Black himself ...

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Spooky Cinema

This Halloween, Nashville's celebrating everyone's favorite spooktacular holiday with a showing of the classic horror film "The Exorcist"... ...

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Sing Your Heart Out in Music City

If you've ever watched "American Idol" on TV and dreamed of being ...

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Isn't It Grand?

It began as a radio broadcast 90 years ago and today it's grown into the premier must-see of country music. ...

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