For those spending New Year’s Eve 2014 in Nashville, there are many ways to ring in the new year. Whether you like dance clubs, concerts, fireworks or free community bash’s there are many celebrations options in the city. To help you plan your night out, here are some top New Year’s Eve events in Nashville.
Winter is a great time to visit Nashville, as there are many great seasonal experiences to be had. Temperatures range from the high 20s to the low 50s Fahrenheit (about -2 to 14 degrees Celsius), meaning you’ll probably want to opt for indoor activities to seek shelter from the cold. Luckily, the city has many entertaining attractions that can keep you warm and entertained at the end of the year.
Halloween is quickly approaching, and one great place to celebrate the spooky occasion is Nashville. Full of haunted houses, spooky attractions and Halloween-themed events, you’ll have plenty of options for things to do. To help you plan a festive itinerary, here are some tips on how to spend Halloween in Nashville.
Local cuisine in Nashville typically consists of home-cooked southern fare, although there are also an array of ethnic eateries, pubs and vegetarian venues. What’s really great about Nashville is you don’t have to spend a fortune to dine out and sample the local cuisine and restaurants.
When traveling to Nashville, one worthwhile experience is sampling the local beer. The city is full of breweries, brew pubs, bars and beer events, as it’s home to a vibrant beer culture focusing on craft brews made with high-quality ingredients.
Nashville, also known as Music City, is known as the world’s capital of country music. Exploring Nashville’s Music Row near downtown is one way to experience this facet of the city. The place where many big name musicians got their start, the area features hundreds of music attractions, live music venues, record label offices, recording studios, radio stations and other music-related establishments.
For those interested in history, Nashville features a rich Civil War heritage that can still be explored today. While Nashville itself is home to a number of monuments from the Battle of Nashville as well as an interesting museum, nearby Franklin allows visitors to explore historical plantations that also played a role in the Civil War.