Music City, USA! Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and is known across the land as the “Country Music Capital of the World.” Once most famous for its country music heritage, Nashville has sought to expand its image in recent years, becoming a center of commerce and culture. The music scene has expanded to embrace rap, rock, and contemporary Christian; the corporate scene has seen companies like Dell, Google, and Microsoft bring facilities to the city. But if you have a love of bar-hopping (or “honky-tonking” as the locals call it), you can still see all the sights that made the city great, from the comfort of a Nashville party bus rental.
Nashville brings in more foreign tourist dollars than any other city in the United States. The city has been experiencing an economic boom, growing fast and attracting visitors from all over the globe. Whether you’re looking to experience line dancing the Nashville way, or you want to take in the many museums, landmarks, and cultural touchstones the city has to offer, you can sit back and relax when you rent a bus in Nashville and let us do the driving.
The Grand Ole Opry
Since 1925, the Grand Ole Opry has been staging weekly country music concerts in Nashville, showcasing countless country artists. The Grand Ole Opry is the longest-running radio broadcast in American History, and is in no small part responsible for Nashville’s status as “Country Music Capital of the World.” The Opry has seen such legendary acts as Hank Williams, Roy Acuff, Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, and hundreds more on its stage. True fans could rent a book a bus rental and head to the Pennington Bend in Nashville to visit the Opryland USA theme park and the adjoining Opryland Hotel.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Lovers of music history will want to check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which is one of the largest centers of country music research in the world. Chartered in 1964, the museum features an immense array of musical artifacts, photographs, videos, and interactive exhibits. There is also a 700-seat theater, rental spaces for events, and displays showcasing the work of musical artists ranging from Shania Twain to Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. Gather your music-loving friends, book a tour bus rental, and head to Nashville’s epicenter of pop culture history!
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
If country music isn’t your thing, you could enjoy the 21st century New Classical architecture of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, an 1,800 seat, three-level concert hall which is home to the Nashville Symphony. The Symphony Center also features a public garden, a garden courtyard, and a number of interior spaces that are frequently used as event venues. Why not call to arrange a minibus rental and make for a night on the town that ends with the Nashville Symphony?
Frist Center for Visual Arts
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts was once Nashville’s main post office building. The building was built in the 1930s, but was phased out in the 1980s when Nashville’s downtown changed. The building was purchased by Thomas Frist and his family, who then reopened it as a museum in 2001. The Center features visual art from state, local, and regional artists, and also runs a family-friendly site to encourage young people to get into the visual arts. The Frist Center is a great destination for students, and perfect for a school bus rental and a day trip in Nashville.
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Seeing Nashville is a one-of-a-kind American experience, and there’s no better way to see it than with a charter bus rental. Metropolitan Shuttle can help make your next trip to Music City easy, fun, and memorable. We’re a reservation service that can help connect you with the best charter bus companies in Nashville — or anywhere else. Ready to see what we can do for you? Call us at 1-866-556-3545 or contact us today for a free quote.