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Artists discovered Brown County’s lush countryside, roughly 60 miles south of Indianapolis, in the 19th century and made the area something of an artists' colony. Impressionist painter Theodore Clement Steele's (1847–1926) home, the House of Singing Winds, is now a state historic site. Later, refugees from urban areas peppered country lanes in what came to be known as Peaceful Valley, with summer cabins in communities like Bean Blossom, Bear Wallow, and Possum Trot. Nashville is just as charming as the day it was founded, with picture-perfect art galleries, shops, and restaurants that lure city slickers for leaf-peeping during fall foliage season.

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A Man (and Shop) Called Manuel
Samantha's Pick A Man (and Shop) Called Manuel

He put Johnny Cash in black and made Elvis’ gold lamé suit. Buying one of his pieces alone will put your superstar music career back on track.

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The Loveless Café, Since 1951
Samantha's Pick The Loveless Café, Since 1951

I’m no fried chicken connoisseur, but I’m pretty sure this is the best stuff around. And the biscuits! THE BISCUITS!

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Watch Country’s Biggest Stars at the Grand Ole Opry
Watch Country’s Biggest Stars at the Grand Ole Opry

It’s hard to argue with the Grand Old Opry's claim of being the show that made country music famous. The weekly event has captivated audiences since 1925.

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It’s Your Duty to See the Country Music Hall of Fame
It’s Your Duty to See the Country Music Hall of Fame

Going to Nashville and not seeing the Country Music Hall of Fame is like going to Giza and not seeing the pyramids. Set aside an afternoon for this one.

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Music City Turns Into Art City
Music City Turns Into Art City

Take in an art opening at downtown Nashville’s monthly First Saturday Art Crawl. Galleries stay open late and shops and eateries cater to the crowd.

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Old Hickory's Home
Old Hickory's Home

Andrew Jackson, the only U.S. president to pay off the national debt, retired to his Tennessee home, the Hermitage. It looks just like it did in 1837.

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Walk the Line at the Johnny Cash Museum
Walk the Line at the Johnny Cash Museum

Nashville’s newest museum displays memorabilia, stage clothes, photographs and videos from the Man in Black’s illustrious career.

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