Nashville Tennessee Travel Cowgirl Magazine
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How many cowgirls have always dreamed about visiting Nashville, Tennessee? As a cowgirl, it can be very challenging to find time to go on a trip, seeing as there’s always livestock to tend to and work to be done.

Regardless of how busy your schedule is, even the hardest working cowgirl needs to get away once in awhile, and what better place to escape to than the country music capital of the world?

As someone who has traveled to this special city a couple of times, I can say that it’s one of the most fun places anyone could visit! Without further delay, here’s my list of the top 10 things a cowgirl can do in Nashville, Tennessee.

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1) Ryman Auditorium:

The Ryman Auditorium is a great place to catch a concert in Nashville! The performers at this venue range from favorite talents such as Vince Gill and Loretta Lynn, to up-and-coming artists that are just breaking into the music scene.

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2) Belle Meade Plantation:

Whether you’re a fan of history, or you’re in it for the wine, visiting Belle Meade Plantation is a must! Fun fact: This plantation was once home to many Thoroughbreds, and while the stud farm operation closed in 1904, certain bloodlines can still be traced back to Belle Meade.

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3) Johnny Cash Museum:

If you visit Nashville and don’t stop at this fascinating museum, you’re doing something wrong!

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4) Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum:

Country music loving cowgirls should already have this destination on their Nashville bucket-list!

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5) Natchez Trace Stables:

While not located directly in Nashville, the Natchez Trace Stables is only an hour away. The drive is worth the views and the tranquility that you’ll find out on the trails!

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6) Visit Music Row:

While this is one of the more touristy destinations on the list, a trip to Nashville isn’t complete without spending an evening enjoying Music Row.

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7) John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge:

This famous pedestrian bridge boasts some of the most beautiful views in Nashville.

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8) Eat at Biscuit Love:

You’ll thank me for adding this to the list! Trust me, you’ll end up eating brunch or breakfast here each day you’re on vacation.

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9) The Parthenon:

If you’re a cowgirl who loves architecture and history, the Parthenon is the place for you! You’ll feel so small standing next to those gigantic pillars; it’s an amazing experience.

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10) Nashville Farmers’ Market:

If you’re wanting to stay away from the more touristy destinations, check out the Nashville Farmers’ Market!