Even though you’re winding down from last night’s New Years’ Eve festivities, there is even more to do with your weekend. From art to ice, there is still plenty going on in Music City at the start of this New Year. Check out some options below.
It’s the first weekend of the month, which means the First Saturday Art Crawl is happening once again. Wind down from your active New Years celebrations with a leisurely stroll down “Avenue of the Arts,” soaking in the exquisite galleries and art works this city has to offer. Many of the galleries also offer complimentary beverages as you explore.
When: Sat., Jan. 2, 6pm – 9pm
PHOTO COURTESY GAYLORD OPRYLAND
This is the last weekend you’ll get a chance to experience the winter wonderland that is Gaylord Opryland. Grab the whole family and race down a six-lane tubing hill cloaked in 1.5 million pounds of snow – and we’re not talking about the fake stuff. Then, glide along 6,000 square-feet of ice under the shining sun, or even under the night stars, on the hotel’s outdoor ice rink. It’s the perfect way to unwind from the holidays and get ready for the winter season!
When: Today & tomorrow
Where: Gaylord Opryland Events Center Lawn
Admission: Snow Tubing – $16.99, Ice Skating – $14.99
We have entered the final few days of country star Trisha Yearwood’s exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame. You know her hits like “She’s in Love With a Boy” and of course the exhibit’s namesake, but now get an even closer look at the singer’s career milestones including her 1997 Grammy for Best Female Vocal Country Performance, the wedding gown she wore the day she married Garth Brooks, and even a thoughtful letter from Johnny Cash.
When: Now – Sun., Jan. 3
Where: Country Music Hall of Fame
Admission: $14.95 – $24.95
Don’t miss out on your last opportunity to check out the spectacular lights display at Jellystone Park. Grab your friends and family and pile in your vehicle and drive through this festive show that features hundreds of lights dancing to the sound of holiday music that plays right through your car radio! This has quickly become a Nashville favorite, so experience the magic before it all ends.
When: Now – Jan. 3; open nightly 5pm-10pm
Where: 2572 Music Valley Dr.
Admission: $25 per vehicle