January 1, 2013
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Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry isn't just for country music lovers; several genres perform here, including bluegrass, comedy, and gospel in addition to generations of country stars. Born in 1925, the Opry didn't receive it's name until 1927 when the founder, George Hay, discovered that his weekly broadcasts steadily increased in popularity. Today the Grand Ole Opry is a testament to musicians and performers because it has kept its solid oak wood center, which millions of music icons have performed on throughout its several location changes.

Click here to learn more about the Grand Ole Opry and upcoming events!

 Adventure Science Center to host Robots + Us Exhibit!

(c) Robots + Us by Science Museum of Minnesota

The Robot + Us exhibit will be up and running from May 24, 2014 to September 14, 2014. This exhibit explores face detection, guiding robots through obstacle courses, motion sensory robots, and solving puzzles with a robotic arm. This exhibit was developed by the Science Museum of Minnesota. 

For more info on this exhibit and other activities at the Adventure Science Center click here!

The Parthenon

Serving as the art museum for Nashville, The Parthenon is an exact replica of the Athenian Parthenon that dates back to 438 BCE. Built in 1897, this remarkable monument houses a full size replica statue of Athena along with a permanent collection of 63 paintings done by American artists in the 1800-1900s.


For more information on visiting The Parthenon, click here.



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