Nashville, TN

Attractions In Music City

Nashville Attractions are only minutes from the Grand Ole RV Resort Campground
at 708 N. Main St. in Goodlettsville, TN 37072
Come to the Grand Ole RV Resort Campground for camping at an RV Park near the Grand Ole Opry.

Grand Ole Opry

The destination for top country talent and die-hard country fans for over eight decades. The Grand Ole Opry started as a radio show in a Nashville office building back in 1925, and then hop-scotched around different venues over the next 50 years before settling ​ into its 4,400-seat permanent home at Opryland in 1974.
Performances take place every Friday and Saturday night and an additional Tuesday night performance is added from March to December.
With an ever-changing line-up that blends together past, present and future stars, you can be guaranteed each show is one-of-a-kind. If you’re traveling to Music City in
January or February take note The Opry’s winter home is the legendary Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville. Less than 20 minutes from the Grand Ole RV Resort.
Experience the world-famous Grand Ole Opry® – the show that made country music famous See the resort with 9 acres of lush atriums, uniquely themed restaurants and a luxurious spa. For reservations and a schedule of upcoming performers, call 1-888-677-9872

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

1 Symphony Place Nashville, TN 37201
Grand Ole RV Resort Campground is near the Schermerhorn Symphony Center
If you’ve had all the honky tonkin’ you can handle on Broadway, a change of pace is just a few blocks away. Nashville might be famous around the world for its country music, but the Schermerhorn Symphony Center provides a world-class facility for classical music. Its timeless design is influenced by many of Europe’s finest concert halls, including the custom-built 3,600-pipe concert organ, but it’s the high-tech attention to the acoustical details that allows for an unparalleled musical atmosphere. The Schermerhorn is home sweet home for the Grammy® Award-winning Nashville Symphony, so there’s a great chance to catch a concert all year round.

Belle Meade Plantation

5025 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205
(615) 356-0096
Grand Ole RV Resort Campground is near Bell Meade Plantation
After soaking in Music City’s rich history at the Hall of Fame, consider taking the 20-minute drive into the Nashville suburbs for another trip back in time. Built in 1853, this "Queen of the Tennessee Plantations" was once a world-renowned thoroughbred farm. During the Civil War, the Battle of Nashville spilled over in the mansion’s front yard, and scars of that skirmish are still visible today. Over the last century and a half, the one-time 5,400-acre property has slimmed down to 30 acres, but the majesty of the Greek-revival mansion remains intact. The absence of red velvet ropes give the tours of the antebellum home a surprisingly intimate feel. With an excellent restaurant.

RCA Victor Studio B

1611 Roy Acuff Place Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 416-2001
Grand Ole RV Resort Campground is near music row RCA Victor Studio B
Inside the simple, one-story building on Music Row is the room that launched a thousand hits. Built with the help of Chet Atkins and now a part of the Country Music Hall of Fame, a visit offers a rare glimpse behind the scenes at one of the key contributors to the legendary Nashville Sound. Elvis Presley mastered over two hundred records at the facility, and country royalty ranging from Eddy Arnold to Waylon Jennings to Dolly Parton have all used the studio to record.
For tour information, contact the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Honky Tonkin’ on Lower Broadway

Grand Ole RV Resort Campground is near Music City Honky Tonks on Broadway
Nashville Tennessee is just minutes from Nashville Attractions
Robert’s Western World,
Printers Alley is a Music City favorite and the Grand Ole RV Resort
Campground is just minutes from downtown Nashville Printers Alley.
Tootsie’s World Famous Orchid Lounge
Grand Ole RV Resort Campground is a few miles from live music on Broadway in Nashville Tennessee.
Hard Rock Cafe and the Wild Horse Saloon in Nashville Tennessee on Broadway is minutes from
​Grand Ole RV Resort Campground in Goodlettsville, Tennessee
Bluebird Cafe is less than an hour away from the Grand Ole RV resort and Market.

Hatch Show Print Shop

316 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 256-2805
Grand Ole RV Resort Campground in Goodlettsville is close to Nashville and Broadway
Even though you might not be familiar with the place, you know its work. The business began making posters for vaudeville, circus and minstrel shows,
but after the likes of Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Bill Monroe began to use their prints to promote concerts, the unmistakable look of a Hatch Show Print poster became the signature style for music posters for generations of artists and bands. Handmade posters are still being made inside the cramped downtown location.

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

222 Fifth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203
800-852-6437 (615) 416-2001
If you need a campground near the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole RV
Resort has a campground that is minutes from Nashville, Tennessee in Goodlettsville.
Without question the first item on any visitor’s to-do list in Nashville is a trip to the building that is home to more country music treasures than anywhere else on the planet. The $37 million landmark takes up an entire city block. The main exhibit inside, Sing Me Back Home A Journey Through Country Music, is state-of-the-art interactive tour that features artifacts from country’s past (Bill Monroe’s 1923 Gibson F-5 mandoin), present (Keith Urban’s and Brad Paisley’s guitars) and future (a Taylor Swift mini-exhibit on using social media to communicate with fans). Be sure to stop in at the gift shop, where you’ll find an
impressive selection of CDs, one-of-a-kind souvenirs and Hatch Show Prints for sale.

Ryman Auditorium

116 5th Ave North Nashville, TN 37219
(615) 889-3060
Grand Ole RV Resort is a campground that is close to the Ryman Auditorium and all the Nashville attractions in Music City. Goodlettsville is just a few miles from Nashville, TN
If these walls could sing…Home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 until 1974, an eye-popping list of country legends have performed on this legendary stage.
Unbelievably, this Nashville landmark stood mostly vacant before being restored in 1994. Now the outstanding acoustics draw a wide variety of acts, ranging from Aretha Franklin to Yo-Yo Ma. Originally built as a house of worship, the building earned the nickname "The Mother Church of Country Music" and audiences today continue to enjoy a wide variety of acts while seated in pews. Fans can have their photo taken on the historic stage, cut a CD in the Ryman studio, or take a guided Backstage Tour through dressing rooms once used by Hank Williams and Minnie Pearl years ago. Friends Of Grand Ole RV Resort – Enter To Win Backstage Opry

Opry’s Backstage Birthday Bash! Enter to Win a Backstage Birthday Bash at the Grand Ole Opry It’s time to celebrate the Grand Ole Opry’s 88th Birthday! Grab three friends or family members and head to Music City on October 4-6, 2013 for an unforgettable birthday weekend!Grand Prize Winner Receives: – Airfare for Four to Nashville on Southwest Airlines ® – Two-Night Accommodations at the Gaylord Opryland Resort – Four Tickets to the Opry Birthday Concert featuring Opry star Steve Wariner – Four Tickets to a Grand Ole Opry Birthday Bash performance – Four Tickets for a Grand Ole Opry House Backstage Pass Tour – Birthday Party Backstage in an Opry House Dressing Room – Music City Backstage Attraction Pass courtesy of Nashville’s Convention & Visitors

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