Things to Do
Have some free time in between motos? Check out these things to do for the full Loretta Lynn's experience. For more information, please visit www.lorettalynn.com.
Coal Miner's Daughter Museum
Have you ever experienced the Legend of Loretta Lynn? Well, head on down to Western Town and check out the 18,000 square foot Coal Miner's Daughter Museum. Loretta has amassed a huge collection of memorabilia and awards from her career, as well as mementos from her many beloved fans and friends in the world of entertainment. This will definitely make your Loretta Lynn experience complete! Phone: 931-296-1840
Admission: Adults $10; Children (6-12) $5
Western Town gift shops include the Western Store, Grist Mill Gift Shop, Plantation Shop, snack bar and t-shirt shop.
Tour Loretta Lynn's Plantation Home
Tours run on the hour 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM daily. Admission: Adults $12; Children (6 -12) $6
Things to do in Nashville
The Red Bull AMA Amateur National Championship at Loretta Lynn's is truly a summer vacation like no other, and although you're at a motocross event, it doesn't mean you're limited to watching dirt bike races everyday. The Ranch is located in Hurricane Mills, TN, which is less than an hour from the Tennessee state capital of Nashville - also a huge tourist attraction. So if you have a day off from racing, take the family to Nashville to check out the sights and sounds of the Music City. Here's a list of some of Nashville's most popular attractions.
Grand Ole Opry | 2802 Opryland Drive
What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is today a live-entertainment phenomenon, as well as Nashville's number-one attraction. Dedicated to honoring country music's rich history and lively present, the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and the modern chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. This venue is world famous and is a great experience for audiences of all ages.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum | 222 5th Avenue South
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum illustrates country music's story as told through the turns of two centuries. A treasure chest of historic country video clips and recorded music, dynamic exhibits and state-of-the-art design, a regular menu of live performances and public programs, a museum store, live satellite radio broadcasts, on-site dining, and fabulous public spaces all contribute to an unforgettable Museum experience.
Tennessee State Museum | 505 Deaderick Street
This museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000 square feet of permanent exhibits and a 10,000 square foot changing exhibition hall. The museum interprets Tennessee's history during the Prehistoric, Frontier, Age of Jackson, Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods. These sections include special displays of furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, and paintings produced by Tennesseans.