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.
See Patsy's gold lame pants, her cowboy boot cigarette lighter, and her wristwatch of death. Opened in 2017, only 54 years after her untimely demise.
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: Patsy Cline Museum
- 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]