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The oldest print shop in America opened in 1879. For decades, Hatch Show Print was the leading poster printer for circuses, vaudeville shows and sporting events. Today, it is located in the Country Music Hall of Fame and is best known for creating images of Grand Ole Opry stars, thousands of which line the shop's walls. Modern-day artists employ the same techniques that have been used since the 15th century, including printing works on site.
Inspired by the pages of an old Rolling Stones magazine to purchase a home brewing kit, Linus Hall founded the Yazoo Brewing Company in 2003. Today, the Downtown Nashville brewery serves seasonal, flagship and a smattering of limited edition beers such as Yazoo Pale Ale, Spring Wheat and Dos Perros to thirsty customers. To anyone who is interested, the brewery conducts tours on weekdays and weekends, with separate timings for both. The short tour does not include an overview of the entire facility, although visitors are explained the history, making and the varieties of beer that are brewed.
The Nashville Public Square spreads over 5 acres and is possibly the most visited spot in the city. With a great central location, this square has a colossal underground parking lot which serves both impressed visitors and court house employees. Large lawns and fountains add to the beauty and provide a beautiful backdrop, especially on concert days.
The exterior of the Cumberland Park can deceive you to believe that it is just another local park; but its several unique features makes the Cumberland Park nothing less than a popular tourist attraction. When the weather is hot, this is a place where locals come to cool off at the on-site sprayground. Children can be seen frolicking in the water while adults take time to unwind and relax. In addition to the sprayground, the Cumberland Park also has a wonderful green maze where amid all the fun rides children become oblivious to time. A climbing wall and an explorer trail also form a part of the Cumberland Park.
The city of Nashville boasts a unique and singular character that sets it apart from the other cities and towns in the United States. One of the reasons for this distinction is that the city's neighborhoods and areas are rooted deep in history and heritage. The Hillsboro Village, located a few miles southwest of the downtown area, is one such neighborhood that contributes immensely to the city's charm. The neighborhood started as a streetcar suburb, and gradually establishments like theaters, shops, restaurants, bars and more started sprouting up, increasing its popularity as an entertainment spot in the city. The attractions here are best discovered by foot, as the neighborhood is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city. The Hillsboro Village is also the venue for a plethora of community events, so plan a trip here when visiting Nashville.
Home to some of the best landmarks in Nashville, Music Valley Village is a must-visit destination! From live music shows, dining, shopping, camping and many more fun activities for the whole family! Visit Nashville Nightlife and enjoy their fabulous dinner theater, rub shoulders with the stars at Nashville Palace, check out waxed country stars at Music Valley Wax Museum, pick up country music souvenirs and merchandise at Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store, rekindle country legends and enjoy live performances at Grand Ole Opry and shop for records at Ernest Tubb, the most famous record store in Nashville. The area has many hotels and resorts as well, making the village a perfect holiday destination for the family!