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Imaging USA 2018: Must-See Places in Nashville! - PPA Today

Imaging USA 2018: Must-See Places in Nashville!

by Mayo Lawal

No doubt, Imaging USA 2018 will have more than enough awesomeness to keep you occupied and blow you away at the same time. There will be as much photography education, networking and parties as you can possibly handle. And if coming to Nashville is an adventure for you, or you decide to extend your stay to explore the city, here are some places you shouldn't leave without seeing.

Grande Ole Opry 
You can begin your adventure with Nashville's number one attraction, the Grande Ole Opry, which is less than a mile from Imaging USA 2018 in the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Conference Center. The Opry is known for creating exceptional entertainment experiences as it features live performances of country music's biggest stars. If you love country music, you have to visit the Grande Ole Opry.  

Frist Center 
Nashville's art scene is rapidly growing and the Frist Center has been an outstanding addition since it opened in 2001. It has a fantastic display of art from all around the world, with a variety of exhibits that are ever-changing so there's always something new.

Tennessee State Museum
For all you history junkies, the Tennessee State Museum is a great way to see and learn about history from as far back as 15,000 years ago starting with ancient Native American cultures and up through the Frontier, Andrew Jackson, Civil War, and so on till the early 1900s.

The Hermitage
If you love history, you may also want to visit the attraction named the number one historic house in Tennessee. With over 30 historic buildings, The Hermitage remains the largest and most visited presidential home in the United States, featuring original furniture and family possessions of President Andrew Jackson.

Madame Tussauds Nashville 
If you haven't had an opportunity to visit the world's most famous wax attraction, here is your chance! Madame Tussauds Nashville is located in Opry Mills, the largest outlet mall in Tennessee with over 200 designer outlet stores. Being in the Music City, the unique attraction focuses on American music legends.

The Arcade 
A historic destination in Nashville with a lot of activity and culture, The Arcade, first opened in 1903, is a long, two-story strip mall that is covered by a beautiful, gabled glass roof. The first floor is lined with little shops and restaurants, and the second is occupied with art galleries and offices.

So, if you would like to take advantage of the amazing sights and sounds Nashville has to offer, plan ahead to make the most of your trip! Visit to book your hotel room and save money with Early Bird Registration rates. Join today!


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