Tennessee Hotel Reservations
Visiting Nashville & Middle Tennessee
The winter and spring seasons in Middle Tennessee are all set to yield impressive and unforgettable adventures. Plan your next stay in cities like Nashville, Franklin, and Cookeville to discover a wide-range of must-see attractions, coupled with welcoming locals and down-south wiles.
In Franklin, found just to the south of downtown Nashville along Interstate 65, you’ll want to check out top sites like the Carter House, Fort Granger, and the Lotz House Civil War Museum. Plan your stay in Franklin for early 2017 and experience some of the premier golf in the area – play 18 holes at the luxurious Forrest Crossing Golf Course.
Your visit to Middle Tennessee should certainly include an extended stay in Nashville – it is Music City, after all – but before you head there, enjoy a pleasant stay in Murfreesboro. Whether you explore the Stones River National Battlefield, or soak in the college football action at Johnny Red Floyd Stadium – home of the Middle Tennessee State University football team – you’re sure to have a blast here.
Once you do make your way into Nashville this winter and spring, you’ll be greeted by exceptional attractions – The Grand Ole Opry, and Loveless Café are just two – and a wealth of excellent events, festivals, and no lack of live music.
Visit the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on March 26th for your chance to see the legendary Peter Frampton live on stage. Frampton’s show starts at 7 p.m., and he’ll be performing as part of his Frampton Raw – An Acoustic Tour.
The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville will be the place to be for your New Year’s Eve celebration. Check out Old Crow Medicine Show play live on stage on December 31st starting at 10 p.m. There will be few better ways to ring in the New Year during a stay in Nashville. You can also easily make the drive in from nearby Brentwood.
When you’re slated to visit Middle Tennessee during the late spring of 2017, don’t pass on your chance to experience a live performance from one of country music’s hottest names – Eric Church. On May 26th and 27th, Eric Church will take to the stage at the Bridgestone Center as part of his Holdin’ My Own Tour. Each show starts at 7 p.m.
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