Things To Do

Nashville Things To Do (Virtual & In-Person)

For the safety of our in-person attendees, FCCLA will not be offering tours or special events for the conference this year. We have gathered the information below for you to use as resources to arrange for your chapter's entertainment options.

  • In-Person Dining

    Nashville has become a culinary destination with a combination of chef-driven restaurants and classic dining spots. Nashville is known for hot chicken, barbecue, and meat and three.

    Visit here to search for various places to eat and filter by neighborhood, cuisine, price, and family-friendly options.

    National FCCLA has secured the following venues to provide a discount by showing your FCCLA conference name badge:

    • Rock Bottom Brewery - receive 10% off

    New! The Assembly Food Hall is scheduled to open this year and includes 21 locally curated artisanal vendors with open seating and four levels. Located on 5th Avenue and Broadway and will be a great spot to go while in Nashville.

  • In-Person City Resources

    Grand ole opry

    While in Nashville, a must-see attraction is to see the Grand Ole Opry show. FCCLA has partnered with the Grand Ole Opry to get a $5 discount for tier two and three tickets for the Tuesday, June 29 show. Use the link below to purchase your tickets. Transportation is on your own. Entertainment for the June 29 show will be announced closer to the date.

    Purchase Your Tickets here to take advantage of the FCCLA discount.

    free self-guided tours:

    • Free Tours By Foot offers free walking tours in Nashville. Follow along with self-guided walking tours of downtown Nashville and learn the history of some of the city's favorite spots. Print out the tour or follow on your phone, grab your masks, and enjoy this two-mile tour of the city.
    • Nashville Sites offers self-guided mobile-friendly walking tours credibly curated by scholars of the area. Tours include Civil Rights Sit-Ins, Historic Music Row, Belmont/Hillsboro/Vanderbilt area, Food for Thought, Downtown Civil War, and Gulch Highlights to name just a few. Each tour includes the duration, mileage walked, and lists all the sites you will visit.

    take advantage of these tour companies to plan your own group tour:

    • Joyride offers specialty bus tours, golf cart tours, and Instagram mural photo tours for any size group.
    • Cruzzin' offers public and private sightseeing tours on mini golf carts. They cruise to and from exciting high-traffic areas, entertainment districts, historic neighborhoods, and tourist attractions.
    • Old Town Trolley Tours offers live in real-time tours with unlimited hop-on & hop-off privileges all day long.
    • Click here to search for other tour options.
  • Virtual City Resources

    Explore some of Music City's most popular attractions and things to do while in the comfort of your home or classroom. Connect with Nashville by exploring Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, Belmont Mansion, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Frist Art Museum, Grand Ole Opry, Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and Ryman Auditorium to name a few.

    Check out these virtual Nashville experiences from live-streamed concerts to Music City documentaries.

    Take self-guided virtual tours at Nashvillesites.org and see photos of the sites relating to historical events, music history, Nashville art, or popular tourist attractions.

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