Music City July 4th is the party of the summer, offering two days of live music, family fun, and spectacular fireworks.
The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is a fantastic family destination in Music City, boasting mammals, birds, and reptiles of many kinds - with a Wild Animal Carousel for the kids!
Take a ride on the Delta River Boats at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
Explore the exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and learn about country music's history.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is one Nashville's premier attraction spots to learn, listen, and enjoy.
The only full-scale replica of the Greek Parthenon stands in Centennial Park, a popular park on West End for picnics, kite flying, and frisbee throwing.
The 95-bell carillon represents Tennessee's musical heritage and the citizens of Tennessee's 95 counties. They play Tennessee-themed songs at the top of the hour, every hour.
Oktoberfest is annually celebrated in Germantown, offering a day of live music, dancing, food, drink, and family fun.
The Rainforest Cafe at Opry Mills Mall is a wild place to shop and eat!
The Band Perry headlines the free 2013 Music City July 4th Celebration with Keb’ Mo’, the Nashville Symphony, spectacular fireworks, and more! Go to http://visitmusiccity.com/july4th for details.
Music City July 4th is Nashville's largest single-day party in downtown Music City.
The sky lights up every 4th of July for the annual Music City July 4th celebration in downtown Nashville.
The Band Perry played to a crowd of thousands at the 2013 Music City July 4th event.