Virtual Nashville Attractions & Events

Enjoy Nashville's attractions by taking a cooking class or attending a virtual event!

Sneak Peek into Nashville Experiences

Eager to See & Do Nashville and working on your future plans to visit? Check out the sneak peeks of Music City’s most popular places and things to do. Have some fun while playing these virtual games and see if you land yourself as a Music City Roadie, Opening Act, or Headliner!

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Virtual Attractions

Just because you can't be inside Nashville's attractions doesn't mean you can't enjoy them! Connect with Music City:

The Adventure Park
Build your very own adventure park in just 5 easy steps:

Adventure Science Center
Browse their online collection of DIY science projects:

Belmont Mansion
Take a virtual tour of the Belmont Mansion grounds or access the audio tour of the grounds if you want to see the cherry blossoms in bloom for yourself:

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Enjoy watching pre-recorded live performances, interviews, songwriter sessions, podcasts, and more:
You can also explore their Digital Archives (including photos, sound recordings, printed materials, and objects of their collection), Oral History, a Photography Collection, and more:

The Escape Game
Sign up to receive a puzzle every Friday in your inbox. Work online scavenger hunts and mystery games:

Frist Art Museum
The Frist's YouTube Channel has archives of lectures, instructional videos, short features, and the entire performance of Nick Cave: ft. Nashville, which took place at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center:

The Gallery of Iconic Guitars (The GIG)
Read stories about the instruments and watch videos of musicians and their connections to the famed guitars:

Gaylord Opryland Resort
Get 360° views of beautiful areas at Gaylord Opryland Resort. Go on a virtual Delta Flatboat tour. See more videos and life hacks on the Gaylord Hotels YouTube channel:

Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage
Take a virtual tour of the new Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage in downtown Music City:

Grand Ole Opry
With the help of the Opry’s very own television and video network Circle, they are bringing the Opry show online.

Gray Line Tennessee
Get a glimpse of the one-hour Nashville City Tour on an open-air, double-decker bus in this video:

Jack Daniel Distillery
Take a virtual tour of the Jack Daniel Distillery and learn about the whiskey-making process and all that goes into it:
You can also learn more about Jack Daniel's through their new augmented reality app:

Lane Motor Museum
Learn about each car and exhibit items in their collection that may not even be on display when you visit!

Let's Roam
Activities designed for families, to spark creativity, discovery, and a sense of adventure:
Games and ideas for couples to enjoy when they're social distancing together:

Madame Tussauds
Take a virtual musical journey through time alongside a memorable cast of musical greats from the worlds of country, pop, rock, jazz & blues. Learn about the history of Marie Tussaud and the art of wax making that remains much the same for the past 200 plus years:

Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
Enjoy a collection of interviews, interesting stories, and more on their YouTube Channel:

Nashville Children's Theatre
For the little ones, they have Teddy Bears' Picnic Activities:

Nashville Public Library
Enjoy their Puppet Shows online:

Nashville Sites
From Honky Tonk Highway to our very own Parthenon, the Nashville story is in the palm of your hand with the Nashville Sites tours. With more than 20 digital tours that cover women's history, Civil Rights history, architecture, and of course, music, you can dive deep into Music City from your living room.

OZ Arts Nashville
Brave New Podcast explores the beauty, quirks, and challenges of creation:
Art Wire pieces are reflections on OZ's performance season through the words of ten writers:

Ryman Auditorium
The guide to the At-Home Inspiration activity book is designed to help fans stay connected to the Mother Church.

Tennessee State Museum
Downloadable #ColorOurCollection sheets available for parents to print out for their children that feature artifacts from the Museum:
Search Our Collection – Online Portal enables online visitors to search for and read about artifacts in the Museum’s Collection:
Video Archive – Videos from the Museum’s lectures, panel discussion, and Lunch and Learn events are archived:
Stories Blog contains articles featuring topics on Tennessee history:

Virtual Classes & Events

Recipe Notes: A Taste of Music City
Get schooled on the flavors of Nashville with this new cookbook featuring recipes from some of Nashville's great restaurants and chefs.

Nashville Symphony - Orchestra 101
The Nashville Symphony has created online resources for some good, interactive activities for you and your family. Perfect for families conducting orchestra lessons at home. Check out their activities here.

Painting and Cooking with Dabble Studio
Dabble Studio is offering virtual cooking classes and virtual painting classes. Kits that include all supplies and ingredients are available for each class. Check their schedule and register online.