Nashville is one of the greatest cities in the U.S. to spend the Thanksgiving weekend.
Whether you are a Nashville native or just visiting the Music City this Thanksgiving, there is plenty to do.
You could head down to one of Nashville’s many restaurants, catch some live music or maybe do some Black Friday shopping.
At Grand Avenue, we will be spending Thanksgiving weekend making sure our customers get to where they need to go in style, luxury and comfort. That means we’ve got the inside information on what’s happening this weekend in Nashville.
Here is our Nashville Thanksgiving Day Guide.
The Opryland’s A Country Christmas
This holiday extravaganza is a staple of the holiday season in Nashville. This Opryland Resort and Convention Centre is transformed into a winter wonderland with all sorts of exhibits to keep you and your family entertained for hours. There is no better way to usher in the holiday season.
Nashville Holiday Lights
The lights are switched on at the start of November and are well worth a look if you don’t get to visit Nashville often. Take a walk through the city center and soak in the festive atmosphere.
No visit to Nashville is complete without catching some of the brilliant live music. Take a walk down Broadway and into the center of the live music areas. The great thing about this as an option is that you will rarely need a ticket. Just walk on into the bar and grab yourself a drink.
Black Friday Shopping
If you are feeling brave this Thanksgiving weekend, you could head out for some Black Friday shopping. Head down to The Mall at Green Hills or The Oprymills Mall to see the action unfold.
The Grand Ole Opry
The Opry at the Ryman Auditorium is the most famous show on the country music calendar. The show features eight or more live acts over the course of a few hours, showcasing the best new talent along with country music legends. If you are in Nashville and love country music, this is not to be missed.
Nashville is home to many great restaurants, and if you are quick enough, you might still be able to get a table this weekend. We like to give a special mention to Gray and Dudley and Deacon’s New South for their excellent Thanksgiving menus.
Temperatures are expected to go below freezing this weekend, so be sure to dress up warm and prepare any special travel arrangements you need to make.
Thanksgiving is the busiest time of year to travel in America.
That’s why you should put your ground transportation in the hands of Grand Avenue. Our Nashville Airport Shuttle is the most efficient and luxurious way to get to or from the airport this Thanksgiving, and there is no need to fret about delayed flights or traffic because our drivers are constantly being provided with up-to-date flight, weather, and traffic information.
If you are in Nashville this Thanksgiving and want to get around the city in luxury, style, and comfort then book onto our Nashville Limo Service.