Discover the best things to do in Nashville, from our legendary stages to rock star chefs. Step outside our doors and explore Printers Alley, the center of Nashville’s nightlife. Or venture further into Music City to see concerts and events.
222 5th Ave South, Nashville, TN 37203
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum identifies and preserves the evolving history and traditions of country music and educates its audiences. Located at 222 5th Avenue South, Nashville - (615) 416-2001
Printers Alley was a series of posts where men visiting courthouse hitched their horses. By the turn of the 20th century it had become the center of Nashville’s printing industry. The street contained hotels, restaurants, and saloons, many becoming speakeasies during Prohibition. Nightclubs opened here in the 1940s, and the alley became a showcase for many performers. Today’s nightclubs are descended of these venues which developed into the entertainment district still known as Printers Alley.
505 Deaderick St, Nashville, TN 37243
TPAC is located in the James K. Polk Cultural Center. Also housing the Tennessee State Museum, the cultural center adjoins the 18 story James K. Polk Office Tower.The performance venues at TPAC are Andrew Jackson Hall (2,472 seats), James K. Polk Theater (1,075), Andrew Johnson Theater (256) and War Memorial Auditorium (1,661)TPAC presents a series of Broadway shows and special engagements, and administers a comprehensive education program. Home of the Nashville Ballet and Nashville Opera.
1 Symphony Place, Nashville, TN 37201
Home of the Nashville Symphony.
1101 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
The Frist Center is a non-collecting art institution featuring ever-changing exhibitions from local to international collections, gift shop and cafe.
Stroll down Broadway to bask in the bright lights and live music of downtown Nashville. Home to famous honky tonks, bars, and restaurants this is Nashville’s most famous street.
Step out of the hotel right into Printer’s Alley, best known for its lively nightlife and some of Nashville’s best bars and restaurants.
Check out Bridgestone Arena, Nashville’s universal sports and entertainment venue. If you’re a sports fan, see NHL’s Nashville Predators take on their opponent during hockey season, or experience one of the many top performing entertainers that take the arena stage.
Experience concerts, sports, special events, and festivals at Nissan Stadium. Feel the energy of a Tennessee Titans football game or CMA fest, country music’s largest festival. View the downtown Nashville skyline at Music City’s premiere entertainment destination.
Nashville’s most famous music venue is also the sacred home of country music. All of country music’s legends have performed on this stage, now known as one of the best performance halls in the country. In addition to a show, take a backstage tour, view archival footage and memorabilia, and get up close and personal to Dolly Parton’s rhinestone jacket from her 1973 performance.
Founded in 1925, the Grand Ole Opry is the world-famous home of country music. Don’t miss an event at this historic stage. Expand your visit and take a tour backstage through an immersive theatre experience. Experience the place where legends were made.