Looking for a getaway without getting too far away? There are plenty of options for a Nashville staycation. Check in to one of over 60 Hilton hotels in the Nashville area for an easy getaway. Don’t forget, Hilton Honors members get special perks including a guaranteed discount, complimentary internet and digital check-in.

Read our Nashville staycation itinerary suggestions and hotel recommendations below:

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Nashville
You have probably been meaning to visit or revisit one of Music City’s world-famous attractions. Here are some of our top recommendations to help get your toes tapping!

Cheekwood A 55-acre botanical garden and art museum has world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gardens and a historic estate with programs available for all ages.
Frist Art MuseumThe Frist is family-friendly with free admission for children aged 18 and under.
House of Cards – Looking for dinner and a show? Check out this magic-themed restaurant with magic shows and a magic-themed display collection.
Radnor Lake – Relax and admire all of nature’s wonders in this 1368-acre park with over 7 miles of trails and special programs held throughout the year.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum – Called the “Smithsonian” of American Music, it is the world’s largest museums and research center dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music.
Christie Cookies – Did you know that every guest at a Doubletree hotel gets a delicious chocolate chip cookie at check-in? These cookies are made by Christie Cookies in Nashville. Stop by their Germantown or 12 South location for a tasty treat.

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Franklin
Just south of Nashville is home to Franklin. home to the historic downtown and main street with antique shops as well as properties commemorating the 1864 Battle of Franklin.
Historic Downtown Franklin – Stroll along the historic main street in downtown Franklin. Explore all 16 blocks of this National Register district and check out the antique stores and art galleries. Anytime is a good time to visit, but the First Friday festivals are especially lively.

Cool Springs Galleria Cool Spring Galleria is home to all of your favorite stores, restaurants and entertainment.

SOAR Adventure Tower Get sky-high at this climbing structure or keep your feet on the ground at their mini-golf course.

Ace High Ballooning – If you haven’t soared high enough, check out Ace High for an unforgettable balloon ride.

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Murfreesboro
Known for its Civil war history, Murfreesboro is only 40 minutes from Nashville. This is a great spot for a family-friendly staycation for the history buff. 

Stones River National Battlefield – The site of the Battle of Stones River, one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War that forever changed the people who lived and fought at this site.

Oaklands Mansion – This historic plantation home and museum are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Cannonsburgh Village – this living museum is staged to reflect early Tennessee life beginning in the 1830s and is outfitted with a gristmill, one-room schoolhouse, town hall, log home, church, doctor’s office, museum, general store, caboose and a working blacksmith’s shop to reflect the pioneer times.

The Avenue Murfreesboro – After a full day exploring the sites, stop by the The Avenue Murfreesboro. This shopping center has more than 100 stores within the complex.

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Road Trip
Ready to go a little farther than a staycation? Atlanta is just an easy three-hour drive from Nashville and an easy getaway! Check out our best tips for an Atlanta weekend.

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