How To Visit Nashville On The Cheap

Posted by Leland On August - 15 - 2017 0 Comment

Planning a bachelorette party? Or just looking to have a fun trip with friends? Nashville is the place for a nearby vacation with plenty of things to do. Music City is the center of country music and rhinestones with pretty much every attraction you can think of. We’re here to show you how to visit Nashville and on the cheap.

Getting there

You’re in luck, Nashville is very centrally located to most areas of the Eastern and Midwestern United States. If you live anywhere around Tennesse, driving or renting a car will be your best bet. Check to see if the place you’re staying at has free parking first. You can also get flight deals for under $100 on select days. Pay attention to flights or just make it a long weekend to save money. Sky Scanner is a helpful tool for searching multiple websites and getting the best deals.

Getting around

If you’re staying close to the city, Nashville is extremely walkable and bike friendly. You can rent a b-cycle for $5 for the first hour and $1.30 every half hour after that. Nashville’s MTA bus system rides throughout downtown and you can get a day pass for only $5.25. Your best resource for parking will be Nashville’s Park it! Downtown . This will show you the best parking rates near you and special rates for events.

Things to do

One of the most fun and cheap things to do in Nashville is walking the strip, popping into the shops, and people watching. Some other cheap or free things to do around the city include:

  • Visit the local honky tonks for a beer as low as $2.50 and listen to local bands for free
  • Admission to Wildhorse Saloon downtown for $6 and learn free line dancing over a round of drinks
  • Free concerts through Belmont and Vanderbilt’s music schools if you’re in the mood for more music
  • See an independent film at the Belcourt Theatre for $9.25 per ticket
  • Take a walk through Centennial Park and get up close to the Parthenon replica for free. Admission is $6 for adults and $3.50 for kids
  • Visit the Grand Ole Opry museum for free
  • If you drove to Nashville, take the hour and a half drive to the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg for free

Where to stay

When you’re on a budget, a vacation rental is your best option for traveling to Nashville. Playlist Properties has a variety of Nashville vacation rentals for a great price. The more people you have traveling with you, the cheaper it is to rent.

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