There is plenty to see and do in Nashville for visitors and students alike. Here are a few ideas to help you plan your trip to suit your interests.
Nashville is known as "Music City, USA" and you should take the time to visit some of the important sites that have shaped the history of music across the world. Head to the Grand Ole Opry House, The Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Johnny Cash Museum to find out all about music in Nashville.
Spend at least a day exploring Vanderbilt University. Visitors can attend a one-hour information session and tour of the campus that is hosted every day as long as you register in advance. Vanderbilt University is known for its stunning architecture and peaceful natural areas, and you are welcome to explore the campus on your own at a pace that suits you. This is a great place to take a break from the busy city.
Get to know the city of Nashville on a historic trolley tour. You will find out all about the modern city of Nashville, its music, and about Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the USA who spent a large amount of time living in Nashville. This is a great way to see all that this city has to offer and you can hop on and off the tour at your leisure.