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Historical Attractions

Hotel near Belle Meade Plantation & other Historic Attractions

History buffs vacationing in Nashville have discovered an intriguing destination for exhilarating getaways. Take a glimpse into the past as you visit the many historical Nashville, Tennessee tourist attractions. Visit Nashville historic sites and stay in comfort at the Holiday Inn Opryland Airport Hotel. Check in, sit back, and unwind from the day in our spacious guestrooms.

The Hermitage
Just eight miles from our Nashville lodging, you can pay a visit to The Hermitage in Nashville, one of the most popular area attractions. As a visitor to former President Andrew Jackson’s estate, you are invited to stroll lovely landscaped grounds and marvel at stunning Greek Revival architecture.

View artifacts and exhibits about the late president and his famous home. Stop at the Andrew Jackson Visitor Center for an introductory video, find unique gifts at The Hermitage Museum Store or enjoy a meal at the Garden Gate Café. Visit Web site.

The Nashville Parthenon
Visit the “Athens of the South,” and marvel at a stunning full-scale replica of the Parthenon, located eight miles from our Nashville Airport hotel. Built in 1897 for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, this monument features a 42-foot statue of Athena and also houses the Nashville art museum. Delight in a permanent collection of 19th and 20th century works by American artists in addition to impressive temporary exhibits and shows.  Visit Web site.

Belle Meade Plantation
Stay at our Holiday Inn Nashville hotel and take a short thirteen–mile trip to Belle Meade Plantation. Built in 1853 by John Harding, this Greek Revival house was home to five generations of the Harding-Jackson family and became know for breeding and training championship horses.

Many of the most famous thoroughbreds in horse racing history can trace their bloodlines to the breeding stock of the Belle Meade. Encompassing 30 acres today, The Belle Meade Plantation was the largest private estate in the city in the late 19th century when the property extended to 5,400 acres. Visit Web site.

Stay at the one of the best hotels near Belle Meade Plantation, The Hermitage and The Parthenon and take advantage of our budget-friendly Nashville vacation packages.