4 Places to Take Visitors In Nashville
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4 Places to Take Visitors In Nashville

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4 Places to Take Visitors In Nashville

A while ago, you might remember I wrote an article about things I never knew about before coming to Nashville. Well I’ve been here for like 8 months, and I’ve found some areas I like to show off. Here are some of my favorites.

1. Adventure Science Center

Open from 10 to 5 almost every day, the Adventure Science Center is at the top of my list. I’ll admit, it’s more geared towards kids. I don’t care though. They have shows at the Sudekum Planetarium every day, and they’re enchanting. A lot of the exhibits stay the same, but there are a few that they switch out too. I definitely can spend a few hours there without getting bored.

2. Centennial Park

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It’s so pretty! The Parthenon is also pretty cool, but I especially like the scenery at Centennial Park. The water is nice to sit by and just stare into, and the trees turn such a beautiful shade in the fall.

3. Taco Mamacita

This restaurant doesn’t have the best parking, but it makes up for it in food. This is one of the few places I will pay for an appetizer because their queso is just that good. They have an outside seating area, which is nice when the weather is. I believe I’ve taken every person who has visited to me to this restaurant. It’s pretty good, in my opinion.

4. Maggiano's

I’ll admit, I’ve only been here twice. But I’ve tried to make time to go back many a time. So many friends have recommended it to me that this list would be incomplete without mentioning it. I hope some day that I can get a large enough group to go that we can eat family style.
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