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The best campervan rentals near Nashville, TN

Known as the capital of country music, Nashville is home to the famous Music Row district and the Country Music Hall of Fame. With thousands of recording studios, it is indeed one of the best music scenes in the world and a perfect place to rent a campervan.

Vista Adventure Vans - Transit High Roof AWD

Ford Transit Extended (148" WB)

High Top in Chattanooga

$200/ night

Dive into Nashville’s numerous music-related attractions. Starting from Music Museum Mania, where you can learn about the lives of musicians and producers from all genres that made a great contribution to the town’s music history. Take a look in the Gallery of Iconic Guitars (The Gig) at Belmont, where they showcase more than 100 of the rarest and iconic stringed instruments ever known, some are from the 19th century.

Nashville's street art scene is unmatched, and it should be taken advantage of when visiting the city. Spend an afternoon exploring different neighborhoods to find all its murals - you can even drink a beer at one of Nashville's many breweries while doing so! Other fun things in Nashville include shopping at Historic Marathon Village (a former automobile factory) or dining on some good southern cuisine.

Only a few blocks from downtown Nashville, Broadway is one of the most lively streets in Music City USA. It's lined with restaurants and bars that feature live country music every night. You can also check out souvenir shops or maybe see some celebrities passing by on your tour through this street!

Nashville Fun Facts

The first FM-broadcasting license went to Nashville’s WSM radio station in 1941. David Cobb, a WSM announcer in the 1950s, is credited with calling Nashville “Music City” for the first time.

The Country Music Hall of Fame’s architecture reflects its musical contents. One end of the building features an RKO-style radio antenna, and the tall, narrow windows resemble a piano keyboard. From the air, the building looks like a bass clef.

Nashville’s Centennial Park is home to the only replica of the Greek Parthenon. A sculpture of Athena Parthenos inside the Parthenon is the tallest indoor sculpture in the western hemisphere at 42 feet high.

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