Nashville is mainly known for two things: music and whiskey. However, while it remains the country-music capital of the world, the city has grown into a vibrant tourist destination with incredible architecture, museums, restaurants, shopping, weddings, and more. Signature Transportation’s Nashville Visitors Guide is a great way to navigate everything music city has to offer.
Plan your next trip in this must-see city with our handy Nashville visitor’s guide. You can also reserve point-to-point car services to any of these locations and special events throughout Nashville.
From popular bars, wineries, distillery tours, to strolls through historic downtown Franklin or the grounds at Belle Meade, it all starts in Nashville. Check out some of our favorite landmarks and places to see in Nashville.
More and more Nashville is becoming an incredible wedding destination. Whether you grew up around Nashville or you’re looking for a low-key option, Nashville is the place to get married. Popular wedding venues include Belle Meade Plantation, Cheekwood Estate and Gardens, Nashville Union Station Hotel, Musician’s Hall of Fame & Museum, The Hermitage Hotel, and more.
Reserve a wedding transportation in Nashville with Signature Transportation.
Tennessee is also famous for its whiskey, and distillery tours are an ideal way to sample all the best whiskeys and bourbons from all across Tennessee. A favorite for tourists is the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, TN. Other popular distilleries tours include H Clark Distillery, Pennington Distilling Co., and more.
Jack Daniels and other distillery tours are available with Whiskey Trail Tours. You can even create your own custom whiskey tour in Tennessee.
Nashville is no stranger to fine dining, but hot chicken has become all the rage. It’s more then just a passing fad. Favorite chicken spots in Nashville include the original chicken shack, Prince's; Big Al's Deli, a no-frills Southern diner; and, of course, the trendy tourist destination, Hattie B's.
Other must visits for foodies include Biscuit Love, Pinewood Social, Folk, Husk Nashville, and Loveless Café.
Nashville is also full of culture, great country music, and options that are a little of both. Museums to check out include Tennessee State Museum, The Parthenon, Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, and The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is located in the heart of downtown Nashville and has the world's largest collection of country music artifacts.
Group transportation is also available to museums and more in Nashville.
It’s not a mistake they call Nashville Music City. Music venues worth checking out include the Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry House, Bluebird Cafe, The Blue Room, Marathon Music Works and downtown’s famed “Honky Tonky Row.”
Nashville Music City Tours to downtown Nashville are available with Signature Transportation.
See why Nashville has become one of the South’s most vibrant cities for yourself and reserve Nashville tours, group shuttles, private rides with Signature Transportation.