Tourism in Nashville, Tennessee?

Answer Nashville is located in Davidson County, Tennessee, and is well known for its historic monuments that tell the history of the area during the Civil War. Nashville also offers visitors an abundance ... Read More »

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When did Nashville become the capital of Tennessee?

Nashville was founded by James Robertson, John Donelson, and a party of Wataugans in 1779, and was originally called Fort Nashborough, after the American Revolutionary War hero Francis Nash. Nashvi... Read More »

How old do you have to be to get into bars in Nashville, Tennessee?

The drinking age in Tennessee is 21. There are no across-the-board restrictions for bars in Nashville. Some bars will allow minors before a certain hour--after that, only patrons age 21 and older a... Read More »

Pet Resorts in Nashville, Tennessee?

Nashville, or "Music City," is home to the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Symphony and various other music-themed attractions. But most of Nashville's tourist spots have one thing in common:... Read More »

When is tax-free day for Nashville, Tennessee?

The state of Tennessee provides its residents with a Sales Tax Holiday each year, beginning on the first Friday in August and ending the following Sunday night. As of 2010, items eligible for sales... Read More »