Reasons to Visit Nashville
Many tourists visit Nashville for weekend getaways or bachelorette parties. The live music venues on Broadway Street are popular, but don't miss out on neighborhoods like East Nashville and 12South, too. And be sure to explore music history at museums like the Country Music Hall of Fame and The Ryman.
When to Visit Nashville
Visit Nashville in the summer for a less rowdy scene. That's when the college kids head home and fewer tourists visit due to the heat. However, spring and fall are the best times to visit Nashville for milder weather. Nashville also hosts large-sclae outdoor concerts on the Fourth of July and New Year's Eve.
Typical Weather in Nashville
Nashville gets very hot in the summer and sometimes sees snow in winter. But in April, May, September, and October, temperatures are a comfortable 60s and 70s Fahrenheit. Nashville has about seven days a month with rain, so you may encounter some precipitation, especially during the spring.
What to Do in Nashville
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