If you are arriving ahead of, or staying after, the 2020 National TSA Conference, consider checking out Nashville: the state capital of Tennessee and the largest metropolitan area in the state.
“Nashville is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, which translates to all kinds of new attractions, restaurants… live music, and shopping. Every trip to Music City offers something new to see and do,” touts the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation’s latest Digital Visitors Guide.
Here are some points of interest:
- Adventure Science Center and Planetarium
- Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
- Cheekwood Estate and Gardens
- Children’s Gallery at the Tennessee State Museum
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Cumberland Caverns
- Discovery Center
- Dyer Observatory at Vanderbilt University
- Frist Art Museum (admission free for ages 18 and under)
- Lane Motor Museum
- Lost River Cave
- Madame Tussauds all-music themed wax museum
- Nashville Children’s Theatre
- Nashville Zoo
- Riverfront Park
- Tennessee State Capitol
- The Parthenon
- Warner Park Nature Center
NEW for 2020:
- Join TSA Night at the Grand Ole Opry House on Monday, June 29th, an exclusive event for 2020 National TSA Conference attendees. Tickets will go on sale through a link to be posted on TSAweb.org/GrandOleOpryHouse.
- Don't miss SoundWaves, a 4-acre, 3-level luxury water experience at the Gaylord Opryland Resort. Click here for information and admission discounts for 2020 National TSA Conference attendees on specific evenings and times.
(Image courtesy Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp.)