Discover Life in Nashville
When people thing of Nashville, the first thing that comes to mind is world-famous Opryland. Nashville is the home of country music and the second largest music production center in the U.S.
Of course, Nashville is about more than country music. It was founded in 1779 as an important river port and later became a railroad hub. It suffered serious damage during the Civil War, but rapidly recovered to become a boomtown again. The boom was further fueled by the opening of the Grand Ole Opry in 1925 and later by the Civil Rights Movement.
Today, Nashville blends the youthful culture of a major college town with its long-standing country music scene. It also boasts a symphony, a ballet, and an opera. For non-music fans, the Tennessee Titans call Nashville home. In short, Nashville offers something for everyone who calls it home.