How I spent 6 hours in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville was a delightful city to visit. Nicknamed the Country Music Capital of the Worldthere are many places to enjoy live music and learn about the history of country music. Nashville even has its own “Walk of Fame Park” just steps from the Music City Hall of Fame & Museum. How cool is that! I wish I had more time to spend in this beautiful city but I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. 


There are tons of talent here which is reflected in the beautiful murals decorating the city. I got the opportunity to see the beautiful Gulch’s “What Lifts You” Wings located at 302 11th Ave S. I highly recommend seeing this one. It must have taken weeks to paint/design because it’s so detailed. If you enjoy mural chasing, I think you’ll like these spots: 

  • Flower Mural: 2900 12th Ave. S, on the side of Green Pea Salon
  • Draper James Wall: 2608 12th Ave S
  • I believe in Nashville: 2706 12TH AVE. S.
  • Hot Air Balloon Mural: Gallatin Avenue and West Eastland Avenue
  • “Love Y’all” Wall:  2028C Lindell Ave
  • Coffee Time Mural: 2028C Lindell Ave
  • Lips Wall: 1814 21st Avenue South

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John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge

The 2ndplace that I visited and loved was the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. This iconic landmark runs over the Cumberland river and has stunning views of Nashville cityscape. This is a perfect spot to take photos, play a game of name the landmarks and people watch.  I can easily picture this place as an evening or early morning date spot to catch the sunset/sunrise on the bridge. 

Riverfront Park

We stumbled upon Riverfront Park when we were zipping pass on our scooters (also known as Bird, Limes etc.) and decided to take a look. Every time I am in a city that has these scooters, I have to take one for a spin. I find them to be absolutely exhilarating. I recommend giving them a try. It’s a fun way to zip from one spot to the next quickly. Riverfront park is the perfect place for a picnic. From here, you get a different but equally captivating view of the skyline, tucked away below the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge.

Friends, if you venture to any of these places, I would love to hear your feedback. Comment below and let me know what you think of this list. 

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