Best Southern Food in the U.S.
We all love some good southern home-cooked meals, right? Check out this list of the Best Southern Food in the U.S.!
Nashville Haunted House
Halloween is right around the corner. Are you ready to be scared?
Located just north of Nashville, we heard the Legend of the Bell Witch at Bell Witch Cave is one of the most scary spots in America!
We definitely think it’s worth the megabus.com trip to Nashville and quick drive up to Adams, TN to see.
Sometimes it’s nice to just walk around solo and these megabus.com cities are apparently famous for that!
Best Places to Explore Solo
- New Orleans
Country Music Hall of Fame
Let’s hear it for Music City! Nashville is home to much more than just music, but we think it’s worth pointing out that the Country Music Hall of Fame calls Nashville home.
America’s Best BBQ Restaurants
There’s nothing better than a plate full of finger-lickin’ BBQ. We’d like to thank Travel + Leisure Magazine for making us drool over these pictures before lunch time!
America’s Best BBQ Restaurants (in megabus.com cities, of course):
- Roper’s Ribs, C&K - St. Louis, MO
- A&R Bar-B-Que - Memphis, TN
- Jack’s Bar-B-Que, Mary’s Old Fashioned Pit Bar-B-Que - Nashville, TN
- Oklahoma Joe’s, Arther Bryant’s, Gates Bar-B-Que - Kansas City, MO/KS
- The Pit, Raleigh, NC
Honky Tonks in Nashville
Great American Country knows Nashville, TN better than anyone, so we trust them when they share the best honky tonks in “Music City.”
A few places we’re dying to try include:
- Wildhorse Saloon - Award winning BBQ? We’re in!
- Station Inn - GAC reports celebrities pop in and out of this place.
- Lonnie’s Western Room - Who doesn’t love karaoke!
CMA Music Festival
Calling all country music lovers! The CMA Music Festival is in Nashville,TN June 7-10 this year. Here are a few big stars that will be in appearance:
- Carrie Underwood
- Zac Brown Band
- Lady Antebellum
- Brad Paisley
- Dierks Bentley
- Eric Church
- Blake Shelton
- The Band Perry
- Miranda Lambert
The Nashville Scene
Nashville is one of those cities that has something for everyone. Nicknamed Music City, USA, this is country music heaven. From the Grand Ole Opry (named the #1 one place to experience music by Lonely Planet) and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to the hundreds of country music bars, you’ll find plenty of spots to practice your line dancing.
If country music isn’t your thing, then immerse yourself in the historical aspects of the city. Civil War battlegrounds and plantations are scattered around the city (check out the Hermitage, Belle Meade Plantation and Stones River National Battlefield).
You can also check out more modern attractions - take in a Tennessee Titans game or visit the Jack Daniel’s Distillery.
For a full rundown on Nashville attractions, go here.