Summer is drawing its last breaths as the days begin to shorten and the weather begins to change. Now, fall is gearing up to take its place. Soon the leaves will change color turning the Nashville foliage into a stunning colorful display. Rather than descending into hibernation, the Music City becomes alive in the crisp fall weather. During the weekend, the city is flooded with various festivals and live music events. Outside of the city, there are numerous opportunities to tour the spectacular fall colors in Tennessee’s natural landscape.
Thinking of visiting Nashville this Fall? We have listed some of the top attractions for you to check out while visiting. Best of all, they are all free to the public!
Musician’s Corner at Centennial Park
The 132-acre Centennial Park hosts Musician’s Corner every Saturday in September and October. Musician’s Corner is a music festival featuring a variety of artists and genres. Make sure to bring a blanket or chair along and get cozy!
Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival
Nashville Cultural Festival takes place the first Saturday of October in Centennial Park. The festival celebrates the various diverse cultures represented in Nashville’s population. The festival boasts a large selection of food, music and cultural displays, including folklore, crafting, and traditional dress. Be sure to pick up a souvenir at the expansive World Market.
Nashville’s Oktoberfest is large celebration of Nashville’s traditional German food, beer, music and dance that you will not want to miss. This three-day event includes events for the family, a 5k race, a block party and a parade.
Natchez Trace Parkway
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a national recreational road and scenic drive. During the fall, this drive offers some spectacular view of the Autumn colors. This drive not only provides a colorful display, but also provides a look into the history of Nashville, Tennessee and the surrounding area. This is a must see if you are looking to get out of the city and into the natural landscape.
Hike Local Trails and Visit Nashville’s Parks
Nashville offers many opportunities for hiking and other outdoor recreational activities. Some areas to check out are Radnor Lake, Volunteer Trail and Mossy Ridge Trail.
Nashville has no shortage of attractions for you to experience in the fall. We encourage visitors to see and experience as much as they can. The best way to experience everything is traveling using Nashville’s premier chauffeur service, Advent Transportation. At Advent, we offer the highest level of ground transportation including point to point transportation, car service to and from the airport, and corporate travel. We promise to make your travel experience luxurious, secure, professional and efficient. Consider using our limo services in Nashville in order to truly enjoy all the Music City has to offer. By using our premiere car service Nashville residents and tourists can rely on, you will not have to worry about finding safe transportation. We will take care of all of your transportation needs and requests.