Things to Do: Nashville, TN TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Course
On August 2oth System Improvements will be in Nashville, TN hosting a 2-Day TapRooT® Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Course. There will be plenty of opportunity to get out and explore the city after each day of the course, or you may want to spend a few extra days after the course to really go out and experience all Nashville has to offer.
Nashville is full of culture and entertainment, after all it’s nickname is Music City. Nashville has great food, shopping, music, kid activities, and all around fun for all ages. Below I have listed some of my favorite things to do when visiting. Just click on the links to learn more information about each activity.
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden – The Pharmacy is a one of a kind burger joint and a must have while visiting Nashville. They have great bratwurst as well and their sweet potato fries are to die for.
Capitol Grille – Looking for something with southern flare? Look no further, Capitol Grille takes traditional southern dishes and adds a twist. They uses home grown vegetables and all the meat is farm raised just miles from the restaurant.
Margot Café and Bar – If you enjoy French and Italian cuisine Margot Café is the place for you. Margot Café has a great atmosphere and wonderful food.
Patterson House – If you are looking for a more intimate dining experience Patterson’s is the place for you. They have fantastic bar drinks and amazing food. The atmosphere in Patterson’s is truly unique. Probably one of my favorite spots in Nashville.
Parthenon – You won’t want to miss this full-scale replica of the Athenian Parthenon located in Nashville’s Centennial Park. The Parthenon also serves as Nashville’s Art Museum.
Belle Meade Plantation – The Belle Meade is a beautiful historic plantation that now serves as a museum. It also offers free wine tasting when you visit.
Broadway Street – A trip to Nashville wouldn’t be complete without visiting the infamous Broadway St. Broadway is full of shopping, restaurants, and it has a happening night life.
The Hermitage – The Hermitage is a plantation that was home to President Andrew Jackson and is open to the public for historic tours. Located just 10 miles outside of Nashville.
Country Music Hall of Fame – A place where you can learn about the origins of country music and its’ Hall of Fame inductees, such as Hank Williams.
Grand Ole Opry – The Opry holds weekly performances of country music legends and chart-toppers performing country, bluegrass, folk, gospel, and comedic performances and skits.
General Jackson Showboat – Take a sight seeing cruise down the Cumberland River where you can enjoy dinner and show.
For the Kids:
Adventure Science Center – This massive center offers fun for the whole family. With nearly 44,000 square feet the Center offers 200 hands on activities that will educate and inspire your children.
Nashville Zoo – The Nashville Zoo is a unique zoo with a historic plantation house attached to it called Grassmere.
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What is your favorite thing to do in Nashville, TN? Please leave comments below.