A wreath at the Country Music Hall of Fame made with rolled up posters
If you plan to see multiple attractions, consider a Total Access Pass – http://www.visitmusiccity.com/visitors/discountsdeals/TotalAccess
Printer’s Alley – The Bourbon Street of Nashville
Nashville Court House
Nashville’s Parthenon. It’s a unique spectacle worth a quick visit during the day and night especially when you have a Total Access Pass which includes admission – http://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/Parthenon.aspx
The Capitol building was absolutely stunning on this oddly warm night.
Hermitage, the home of President Andrew Jackson – http://www.thehermitage.com. Sadly, photo ops were limited but on the inside each room was decorated to reflect a traditional Christmas during differt points in American history.
The Gaylord Opreyland Hotel – http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bnago-gaylord-opryland-resort-and-convention-center/. This hotel goes all out for Christmas with a range of things to see and do. Leave plenty of time to sit in traffic approaching the hotel. There aren’t many ways in and out for any area attracting so many people. Wait it out a little further and park at the nearby Oprey Mills Outlet mall (http://www.simon.com/mall/opry-mills). There’s no shame, they know tons of people are there for the free parking. There is even an easy to follow path once you get to the edge of the parking lot.