Music City has options to please everyone. Whether you’re interested in music, history, art, shopping, or food, Nashville is sure to hit a high note! The culturally diverse and friendly environment makes it a favorite place for conventioneers and tourists alike.
Downtown Nashville is the hub of the entertainment that defines Music City. Within mere city blocks, visitors can experience world-class art at the Frist Art Museum, catch a great Broadway play at the amazing Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC), see world-class concerts and events at the Bridgestone Arena, and have a blast along Nashville's Honky Tonk Highway.
Honky Tonk Highway is located on Lower Broadway and hosts live music 365 days a year from 10:00am in the morning until 3:00am at night with no cover charge. Check out the legendary honky tonks like Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Robert’s Western World, or Legends Corner, or head to some of the newer establishments in the SoBro district like Acme Feed and Seed, Crazytown, or Whiskey Row.
Some of Nashville’s largest attractions are also located downtown. For music and history, check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Ryman Auditorium, Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, or the Johnny Cash Museum.
To find dining options and explore other things to do in Nashville, head to VisitMusicCity.com.
Photo Credits: Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.