Nashville, Tennessee Attractions
Unusual landmarks, museums, roadside attractions, and hidden wonders in Nashville and the surrounding area. The Country Music Capital of the World presents many down-home tributes to its favorite honky-tonkers, plus memorable mementos of the Lost Cause, and the largest pagan god in the USA.
Sights for Oddball Excursions
A majestic, full-size heathen god and temple, in the buckle of the Bible Belt. Survivor of the 1897 Tennessee Centennial Exposition, now an art museum.
Crazy-looking vehicles powered by airplane propellers, adorable microcars with three wheels, and Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion car-of-the-future.
Key career mementos of country music's "The Possum," including the jacket cut off of him after he crashed his car while drunk.
Sam Davis might have lived to a ripe old age if it hadn't been for his Shoe of Doom.
In and Around Nashville
Choice field reports and tips. Or check out: Complete list of Tennessee attractions.
- Nashville: Parthenon and Statue of Athena
- Nashville: Lane Motor Museum
- Nashville: George Jones Museum
- Nashville: Statue of Sam Davis, Boy Hero of the Confederacy [tips]
- Nashville: Sam Davis Shoe of Doom
- Nashville: Jam with Chet Atkins [tips]
- Nashville: NashTrash Tour [tips]
- Nashville: Elvis Fortune Teller and Jukebox Guitar [tips]
- Nashville: Willie Nelson Fortune Teller [tips]
- Nashville: Johnny Cash Museum [tips]
- Nashville: Country Music Museum: Gaudy Relics
- Nashville: Voice-O-Graph Booth: Cut Your Own Record [tips]
- Nashville: Microphone Bicycle Rack [tips]
- Nashville: Controversial "Musica" Statue
- Nashville: Human-Play Polar Bear Statues [tips]
- Nashville: Tombstone Made From Suicide Rock, Maybe [tips]
- Nashville: Mosaic Dragon Sculpture [tips]
- Nashville: Big Dripping Bird [tips]
- Nashville: Boy Scout Catfish [tips]
- Nashville: Worst Train Wreck in U.S. History [tips]
- Brentwood: Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue [tips]