Veterans Day takes place this year on Wednesday, November 11. The holiday, which honors those who have served in the United States Armed Forces, is being celebrated in and around Nashville, with special deals for those who have bravely served our country. Read on to find ways Music City is honoring veterans this year:
Country Music Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame is offering free admission for active duty and retired Armed Services members, along with their families. Timed admission tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 615-416-2001, or tickets can be obtained at the Country Music Hall of Fame box office. A ten percent discount at Circa, the Museum Store and the Hatch Show Print retail store will also be available on November 11. Find more information at CountryMusicHallofFame.org.
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage always offers free admission to those serving in the military, and discounted admission to veterans. On Veterans Day, both those currently serving and those who have served will receive free admission. Get more information at TheHermitage.com.
Jack Daniel’s Distillery
Just outside of Nashville, in Lynchburg, Tennessee, Jack Daniel’s Distillery is offering free tours to all former, retired and active U.S, military. Military ID is required. Details on the tour and more at JackDaniels.com.
Edley’s Bar-B-Que is offering free pork sandwiches to veterans on November 11. Find locations at Edleysbbq.com.
Bailey’s is also offering a free meal for veterans, for dine-in only. See the menu at Baileys.com.
Bar Louie is offering both veterans and those currently serving in the military a free craft burger or flatbread. Dine-in only. Details at BarLouie.com.
Veterans receive free admission to all national parks on Veterans Day. See a complete list here.