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Get your country music groove on in Nashville

This central Tennessee city is known for its Southern hospitality, its rolling topography, and its role as the country music industry's nerve center. Home to the Grand Ole Opry, Country Music Hall of Fame and CMA Awards, the city is a wonderland for country music lovers. In addition, the music scene in Nashville hosts numerous other genres, including classical, rock and blues.


Things to see
Grand Ole Opry

This prominent stage has moved several times since debuting in 1925. The current venue on Opryland Drive boasts 4,400 seats and architecture that's both rustic and lavish. This theater hosts major stars as well as promising newcomers. Every November, the Grand Ole Opry shifts its location to downtown's Ryman Auditorium, and it returns home in January.


Since 1897, Nashville's Parthenon has brought a taste of Greece to the South. Situated in Centennial Park, this majestic edifice houses an Athena statue that's 42-feet tall, along with an outstanding collection of art.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center

The city's dedication to the fine arts is also evident at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. This musical palace is the Nashville Symphony's home base, and its centerpiece is a spectacular, towering organ.

General Jackson Showboat

The General Jackson Showboat, which plies the Cumberland River, looks as though it's popped right out of a Mark Twain tale. This graceful steamboat offers various cruises throughout the week, many of which include delicious food and live music.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Even if you're not a country fan, you will still be swept away by the historical and cultural artifacts inside this imposing building. The interactive exhibits display guitars, costumes, microphones and photographs. Together, they tell the fascinating story of this enduring musical genre.


Travel and lodging information
By car

If you're driving on your trip to Nashville, you can take one of three interstates: I-65 from the north or south, I-24 from the southeast and northwest, and I-40 from the east or west.

By air

Nashville International Airport (BNA) is eight miles from downtown, and 10 airlines operate there. This world-class transportation center has three levels, and several hotels are nearby.


The Sheraton Music City Hotel, which is one of the most distinguished Nashville hotels, has outdoor and indoor pools and a large courtyard. Plus, each guest gets a private patio or balcony. This Sheraton provides a free shuttle service to and from the airport five minutes away.

The 202-room Holiday Inn Express Nashville Airport is a more inexpensive option. It offers a fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, complimentary breakfasts, and free shuttles that go to a variety of top Nashville attractions.

Note that it costs approximately $25 to take a taxi from the airport to downtown. Public and Gray Line buses also travel between these two destinations for a cheaper fare.


Yearly events of note

In February, Nashville presents a series of soul concerts to honor Black History Month. During this month, you can also celebrate your love of turkeys at the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention, where turkey-calling competitions and turkey-themed art displays are just two of the highlights.


The "Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon" on April 30 is a race with a distinctly Nashville twist. Dozens of bands perform as runners make their way through town. After the marathon, there's yet another concert at the Bridgestone Arena.

A four-day bash hosted by the Country Music Association in early June brings hundreds of artists to the city, many of whom are the best in the business, like Keith Urban and Tim McGraw.


Every July 4, there's a massive outdoor Nashville Symphony concert and fireworks show. Then, in August, many residents and visitors head to the Tomato Art Fest in East Nashville for recipes, cooking demonstrations, games and stories, all of which incorporate the versatile tomato.


The Germantown district holds two gigantic Oktoberfest festivals, and each showcases many artists and performers. Finally, the CMA Awards is a nationally-televised event every November. Tickets are notoriously difficult to obtain, but you can be part of the buzz inside the city.


Quality Inn Nashville Downtown - Stadium

Great Breakfast

When we first got there, it was too early to check in. We explained to the desk clerk that we had driven all night and if they had a room, we would appreciate it if they would let us check in so we could get some sleep. She said if she did she would have to charge us for another day. We went back out to our car and tried to sleep in our car. My husband called their headquarters to complain and they said it was up to the owner if they would let you check in early. After about an hour he went back in and the desk clerk was a different one who said they had a room and would let us check in. So, our visit started out bad, but after that, it was a very nice stay. They have an awesome free breakfast. Rooms were clean and comfortable.

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1 month ago


Country Inn & Suites by Radisson

Just one night

Great place, great staff and room, we were just there one night and would stay again.

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4 months ago


DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville Downtown

good value

This was a nice hotel in the downtown. It was within walking distance to bars, museums, river, etc. We felt we got good value, however, did not use their parking at $42.00 per day. Instead we parked at the Library parking lot at 6th and Church for $13.00 a day. It was a short walk away. There were many parking options less expensive than he Hilton Doubletree. We had a room on the 9th floor and found it to be noisy with a loud roaring sound all the time. This room was on the top floor and we thought it may have been some equipment on the roof causing the noise. The room was spacious and comfortable and the staff was very helpful. We would stay there again if we return to Nashville.

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5 months ago


The Westin Nashville

Nice hotel, good staff but not “convenient”

Ebony and Kendra at the front desk were fantastic. The room was pretty amazing and had a great view. There seems, however, to be a disconnect between front end then room service+housekeeping. I worked from the room my first morning there and into the afternoon. I ordered lunch. Thereafter, let’s jyst say that some members of room service & housekeeping need considerable more training. Throughout, it was a challenge just finding a nearby market or pharmacy to pick up snacks and sodas that do not each cost $6 or more. The Hill Market was well over a half mile away so I took a Lyft to and fro. Coincidentally, the ride each way was just over $6 as well.

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