·Take them to one of the many high-end delicious restaurants in Nashville. Recommendations include Germantown Café (I’ve never gotten anything I haven’t liked there), Park Café, City House, Lockeland Table, and Miel.
·Do something artsy. It is pretty much guaranteed that the Frist or Cheekwood will have some cool exhibit going on. (Right now both of them do!) I always take my parents there as it’s a guaranteed good time.
·Show them the music scene. Nashville has a lot of music venues that don’t get too crazy, like The Bluebird Café, where lots of singers and songwriters performed before getting famous.
·Be tourist-y. Let’s be honest, you’re never going to go to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry, or the Belle Meade Plantation if you don’t have a guest in town. So take advantage of the opportunity, and enjoy these attractions. They will be the ones people will ask about when they find out you live in Nashville.