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Nashville celebrates music in June - Page 2

Destination of the Month
by , SmarterTravel Staff
Kate Hamman
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Another great way to save a little extra this June is the Music City Total Access Attraction Pass. For only $35, visitors can choose any four attractions from a list of 12, including the Adventure Science Center which costs $9 for adults; the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art which costs $10 for adults; the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum which costs $19 for the smallest adult package; and the General Jackson Showboat, which starts at $16. The pass also includes free admission to the Parthenon. Tickets must be picked up in person at the 5th & Broadway Nashville Visitor Information Center.

Nashville International Airport is served by low-cost carrier Southwest, as well as many other major airlines.

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With so many concerts, open-mike nights, and festivals, Nashville is a music lover's dream destination. The city, however, is devoted to all aspects of the arts, and on any given day, visitors can find a new exhibit or a new club simply by wandering around aptly-named "Music City."

For more information, visit the Nashville Travel Guide.

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