This smoke-free Nashville resort is conveniently next door to the Grand Ole Opry and set on 40 acres complete with streams, waterfalls, bridges, and ...
Located in East Nashville, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fort Nashborough, Nissan Stadium, and Ryman Auditorium. Tennessee State Capitol and Country Music ...
This hotel is in downtown Nashville, a block from the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, 2 blocks from the Tennessee State Museum, and within one-quarter mile ...
Located in Downtown Nashville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Frist Center for Visual Arts, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and Ryman Auditorium. ...
Whether you’re interested in music, art, history, food, culture, or fashion, Music City will give everyone something to sing about. Nashville is accessible, friendly, and authentic, with diverse neighborhoods, a unique musical heritage, and a creative culture that pervades the city. No wonder Music City hosted more than 14 million visitors in 2016!
With over 160 live music venues and a diverse music scene, there’s a tune for everyone in Nashville. Music City’s honky tonks line Lower Broadway and feature music 7 days a week with no cover charge. Nashville is also home to the historic Ryman Auditorium, Grand Ole Opry, Bridgestone Arena, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and Ascend Amphitheater. Check out their websites for a listing of upcoming concerts of shows. For a more intimate setting, check out one of Nashville’s singer/songwriter venues such as The Bluebird Café, Listening Room Café, 3rd & Lindsley, or City Winery.
Nashville has a rich history preserved at multiple attractions around the city. Ranging from music, to politics, to unique Southern heritage, Music City has a multitude of stories to tell. You can find a variety of historical experiences at any of the following places: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Hatch Show Print, The Parthenon, and more.
Nashville’s creative community has transformed Music City into an artistically diverse destination. Check out 5th Avenue of the Arts downtown for a variety of galleries and artistic styles, or head to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts for a unique collection of rotating exhibits.
If you are planning Nashville travel, spring and autumn can be the most comfortable for outdoor activities. The CMA Music Festival is one of the biggest events in the city when thousands of people from all over the world come for four days to see concerts and meet the stars. This event happens in June and begins a busy summer season. However, Nashville vacations are quieter during the winter if you prefer smaller crowds. Hotels often offer discounts on some of their best rooms in the off-season. The weather is nice for Nashville travel any time of the year.
Pick up homemade goods and fresh food at the Nashville Farmers Market with specialty foods and local produce.
Visit Adventureworks and try new activities like ziplining or attempting the High Challenge Course.
Get caught up in the history of Loveless Café that has been a landmark for over half a century.
Enjoy a delicious dinner at Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theater where the round stage drops from the ceiling at the beginning of the evening.
Stop for a cup of coffee at Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse, a neighborhood favorite with a relaxed atmosphere and full menu.
Eating like the locals is a visitor-favorite so don't miss the Nashville Originals, the city's group of independent restaurants with more than 40 options from coffeehouse fare to global cuisine. Nashville's award-winning chefs cook up everything from hip, creative fare to down-home southern-style dishes. You can find some well-known great eateries here such as California Pizza Kitchen, Five Guys Burgers and a Whole Foods Market. Names well known to locals and that can please any palate are Jack's Bar-B-Que, The Loveless Café, Jimmy Kelly's, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, Mafiaoza’s, and Germantown Café, so you can't go wrong eating your way through Music City. Whether it's a family-friendly meal, dinner and a show or a romantic repast, the city's restaurants serve every dish with a side of Southern hospitality.
The area's many attractions and events paint a picture of this unique Southern city and leave an indelible impression on all who visit. You'll also find art exhibitions, music & arts festivals, theatrical productions, esteemed music awards shows and a star-studded walkway that features musical legends on the Music City Walk of Fame. No matter what the season, Music City has something to sing about. The list is long and varied including Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, Nashville Film Festival, CMA Music Festival, July 4th Riverfront Celebration, Titans football, Predators hockey, CMA Music Awards, St. Jude Rock n’ Roll Marathon & ½ Marathon, Music City Food & Wine Festival, Americana Music Festival, Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Music City Midnight, Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th, Holiday Harmony events and so, so much more.
The Green Hills area is rapidly becoming a mecca for upscale shopping, ranging from designer boutiques to fashionable department stores. The elegant Mall at Green Hills is already home to Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Coach, Juicy Couture and more. Just a few blocks away is the recently opened Hill Center, a lifestyle venue featuring well-known retailers such as Anthropologie, West Elm and The Cosmetic Market. The Prime Outlets at Lebanon also features over 50 high-end, brand name outlet stores including the first Ann Taylor Factory Store in Tennessee.
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