Nashville’s gathering spaces, many of which are monumental, are all favorite places for local people to come together. Some of the city’s iconic downtown institutions are new architectural showpieces, such as the Tennessee State Museum; some embrace Nashville’s intriguing history, such as the Ryman Auditorium; but most, like the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, showcase music. And the African American Music Museum, now under construction, promises to continue the tradition of great Nashville places. But at all these dynamic landmarks where Nashvillians gather—from the most celebrated indoor and outdoor music venues to the art and history centers—a good time is had. Experience this rare behind-the-scenes tour of these iconic venues and outdoor spaces.
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