1, 2, 3: Nashville, Tennessee Destination Guide


Nashville, Tennessee (@visitmusiccity) has transformed from country music bumpkin to cosmopolitan darling at a blink of an eye. Get the top to-do’s on Tennessee’s dynamic capital from Southeast-based travel writer Travis Levius (@misterlevius). ⬇️✨



The Joseph (@thejosephnashville)

Part of Marriott’s The Luxury Collection, this refined five-star from the esteemed art-collecting Pizzuti family debuted in Summer 2020 in SoBro. More than 1,000 original artworks adorn the sleek 297-room hotel, and features fine Italian (Yolan) and a rooftop lounge by James Beard Award-winning Chicago transplant Tony Mantuano.



Tailor (@tailornashville)

You’ve never had an Indian meal quite like this. First-generation American chef Vivek Surti greets each guest for a unique, coursed supperclub-inspired meal of elevated South Asian cuisine. Expect phenomenal flavors, storytelling, and staff that’ll make you feel like family.


Prince’s Hot Chicken (@princeshotchicken_nashville)

Many vye for the crown as “King of Hot Chicken”, but nothing beats the original creator of Nashville’s iconic dish. There’s a range of spice levels to choose, from Plain to XXX Hot—but Medium is often enough for a flavorful, fiery bite. (📷: @hungryempire)



National Museum of African American Music (@thenmaam)

New for 2021, this landmark Downtown museum tells the 400+ year story of Black Americans’ legacy and contribution to American culture through short films and state-of-the-art exhibits.


Frist Art Museum (@fristartmuseum)

Nashville’s premier visual arts museum—housed in a former Art Deco-style U.S. post office—showcases everything from vivid portraits of the 19th Century American West to Picasso’s master works.


Cheekwood Botanical Gardens (@cheekwood)

Leave the city center and wander around 55 acres of world-class gardens, and take in the opulence of the Cheek family’s Georgian-style mansion estate.

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