The Carter House and Carnton Plantation are open daily for guided tours.
Tours are offered throughout the day, and the last one begins at 4:00 pm. The guided tour at each site lasts approximately one hour, and we recommend spending an additional 30 to 60 minutes exploring the grounds and outbuildings. Use the map provided with the purchase of admission to explore the grounds and gardens of the historic houses before and after your tour. Original outbuildings are open at both locations.
Arrington Vineyards opened its doors July 1, 2007.
Since then, we have been providing a “wine country experience” of award winning wines set among the picturesque rolling hills of middle Tennessee. Owned by country music artist Kix Brooks, winemaker Kip Summers, and entrepreneur John Russell, Arrington Vineyards has truly become “Nashville’s Wine Country”.Read More
The Johnny Cash Museum features the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, films and much more. We feature a Bongo Java Coffee Shop and Museum Cafe. Officially endorsed by the Cash Family. The museum recently received the coveted AAA GEM rating; the highest bestowed on an attraction. We are one of only six attractions in Nashville to have this distinction.Read More
Discover science and technology in immersive and unique hands-on exhibits at Adventure Science Center!
For a family-friendly vacation in Nashville, you might want to consider visiting the Adventure Science Center, a science museum aimed at getting kids to enjoy hands-on learning. The Nashville Science Center offers many exhibits and activities to keep young minds and hands active and amused. The museum is divided up into different sections for easier browsing, from the five senses, to outer space, to dinosaurs, to adventure sports and more. And if you’re looking to go to a planetarium in Nashville, the Science Center is the place.
In 1974, the Station Inn was opened in Nashville by a group of six bluegrass pickers and singers, Red Smith, Bird Lee Smith, Jim Bornstein, Bob Fowler, Charmaine Lanham and Marty Lanham, along with Bob Fowler’s wife, Ingrid Fowler.
Roland White has been part of that original Station Inn family from it’s beginning. He was instrumental in making it a success and has been a great “ambassador”over the years.Read More