The Country Music Hall of Fame isn’t just full of dusty old Conway Twitty costumes and performance photos of Faron Young. Sure, there is plenty of memorabilia from the Golden Age of country, but there are also rotating exhibits that will interest just about any music lover. Past and present exhibitions include collections recognizing Nashville’s history as a center of rhythm and blues, and the place where Bob Dylan met Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, and the rest of the Nashville Cats to record Blonde on Blonde. And then there are guitars, outfits, and more from the new guard of country acts, like Chris Stapleton, Margo Price, Jason Isbell, and Kacey Musgraves.
While the Bushwacker originated in the Caribbean, the frozen concoction (ice cream, kahlua, and various rums) is a Nashville favorite, and Broadway Brewhouse is undisputedly the venue that popularized the drink in Music City. Of the business’ five locations, the original Midtown one is absolutely the best spot to enjoy the drink, especially after a long day of sightseeing.