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Nashville, Tennessee

The grind and glam of Nashville, Tennessee was well-earned. After all, it's known nationally and even worldwide as the "Music City." Serving home to the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and many major record labels, Nashville may trace the moniker back to 1874, when a performance by the Fisk Jubilee Singers for Queen Victoria of England earned her instant admiration and statement: "These young people must surely come from a musical city."

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Most stores are open daily 9am to 9pm or later. Most bars and clubs close around 2am.
Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
501 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
+1 615 259 4747

Opening Hours:
Monday-Saturday: 8am - 5:30pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm

The City of Nashville

The beautiful city of Nashville was founded in 1779 and is the second largest city in Tennessee, after Memphis. It is located on the Cumberland River in the north-central part of the state and makes it a great river city with a nice riverfront. Nashville is known as a center of the music industry, it is even called the "Music City" and has long been a cultural epicenter of the South. As the "home of country music", Nashville has become a major music recording and production center.

When in Nashville you will be meet by friendly people and experience a vibrant university community since the city is home to numerous colleges and universities. Nashville has many attractions to keep you busy, from Country Music Hall of Fame and the admired Grand Ole Opry House to Johnny Cash Museum, historic buildings and sports. The city also offers a vibrant, ever-growing art scene with a variety of art museums, galleries, and performing arts institutions.

With its fascinating mix of musical, historical and cultural flavors, Nashville is certainly a city for all seasons and styles.

Do & See in Nashville

Nashville, a vibrant city with plenty of attractions that will keep the tourist busy no matter the taste and interest. From musical attractions like the Johnny Cash Museum and Country Music Hall of Fame to professional sporting events including historical properties and gorgeous feats of nature, Nashville is bound to impress. A city not only creative in music but also have a countless art galleries, up-and-coming fashion scene, historic landmarks and a great food scene.
Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is where it all began. Come experience a piece of Nashville music history that dates back to a simple radio broadcast in 1925. Now an entertainment phenomenon, Opry sets the stage for a mix of country greats, from new stars to superstars and legends. Among the Opry's current members are Dierks Bentley, Charlie Daniels, Jimmy Dickens, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. The Grand Ole Opry is known worldwide as "The Show That Made Country Music Famous.”
Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been home to America's country music since 1967. It is dedicated to preserving the cultural significance of music and the achievements of those who form its membership. The Museum illustrates country music throughout two centuries with historic video clips, recorded music, dynamic exhibits, state-of-the-art designs, live performances, public programs, the Museum Store, onsite dining and fabulous public spaces. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.
Ryman Auditorium
The Ryman Auditorium was built in 1892 and designated a National Historic Landmark! It offers the best in entertainment opportunities, from self-guided museum or guided backstage tours and CD recordings in the Ryman Recording Studio, to nighttime concerts. The famed venue was named Pollstar's “Theatre of the Year” in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, and it was also a 2-time winner of “Venue of the Year” from the Academy of Country Music!
Tennessee Titans
The Tennessee Titans are one of the NFL’s newer franchises, but their history extends to back to the days of the American Football League when they were the Houston Oilers. The Titans have established themselves as a highly competitive franchise, even having made it to Super Bowl XXXIV. Their regular season runs from September until December, with the playoffs taking place in January.
Frist Center for Visual Arts
The vivacious and family-friendly Frist Center is located in downtown Nashville. It is a world-class art center dedicated to presenting local, regional, national and international exhibitions. The Frist features the award-winning Martin ArtQuest Gallery with interactive art-making stations, along with educational programs, free live music on Thursday and Friday evenings, a gift shop of handcrafted merchandise and a full-service cafe.
Cheekwood Museum And Botanical Gardens
Cheekwood is a 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee, as well as one of the finest examples of an 'American Country Place Era’ estate in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a showcase of vibrancy and horticultural diversity, with 11 specialty display gardens and a manicured natural landscape. The Museum of Art has collections of painting, sculpture and decorative arts and furthermore, visitors can enjoy the 4 distinct festivals held throughout the year.
The Parthenon
Nashville boasts the world’s only full-scale reproduction of the famous Greek temple! The Parthenon stands in Centennial Park and features the city’s art museum and Athena Parthenos—which is the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western world at 42-feet. The Parthenon has continued to host changing art exhibits since the 1930s, preserving the legacy of the ancient Greeks and their impact on American civilization.
Nashville Shakespeare Festival
Where else can you see Eddie George take the stage as Othello? The Nashville Shakespeare Festival is one of the city’s proudest attractions, holding public productions and educational workshops to educate and entertain both young and old. For a more detailed program, see website below.

Dining in Nashville

Not only known for its music scene, Nashville, has taken a giant step towards the culinary world, a city where the food scene is constantly booming and where food events are regularly hold. The creative spirit of the city is certainly reflecting its kitchens where everything from Southern fare to modern cuisine and everything in between is beautifully presented by the passionate chefs. Nashville truly offers something for every taste, and every nationality and region is represented on the plate. Some of the more popular types of local cuisine include hot chicken, hot fish, barbecue and meat. Come and find out why the emerging culinary scene has put Nashville on the gastronomic radar!
Monell’s Dining & Catering
“When in Rome” quickly becomes “when in Nashville” with dining delights like Monell’s. Enjoy Southern Cuisine with a Nashville twist in a historic setting. Featured dishes include local favorites like the skillet-fried chicken, pork chops, pot roast and BBQ ribs. The menu changes daily to ensure the freshest of local, seasonal ingredients.
Kayne Prime
Kayne Prime is both Nashville's independent "boutique steakhouse" and M Street's dining gem. The name “Kayne” derives from the historic Kayne switch yard, located directly across 11th Avenue. Kayne celebrates both traditional American steaks and modern interpretations, featuring classics, market-driven fresh ingredients and farm-to-table dishes. Craft cocktails accompany the extensive wine list, and dinner is served 7 nights a week. You will also be spoiled by spectacular views of the historic train yards, Union Station and the downtown skyline while dining.
Burger Up
Burger Up epitomizes “thoughtful consuming” through providing a menu of locally sourced food. Local farms with sustainable farm practices supply Burger Up’s meats and produce, so the guest may dine comfortably. Burgers and house fries are the ever-favorite specialties, with a supplement of salads and yummy appetizers to keep every palate satisfied. Burger Up has been a NCVB Member since 2010.
The Capitol Grille
The Capitol Grille in Nashville’s Hermitage Hotel is lauded to be a favorite of Nashvillians who are “in the know.” Striving to preserve the past while utilizing current methods of sustainability, the Capitol Grille serves vegetables that are grown just 5 miles from the restaurant. Also, the beef is raised at The Hermitage Hotel's own Double H Farms just west of Nashville. The menu features Southern Fusion with dishes that have reinvented Southern gourmet cuisine.
City House
City House is a chef-owned and operated restaurant featuring Italian cuisine that’s inspired and influenced by the American South. The hidden gem serves a menu of antipasti, pizza, pasta, fish, meat and a wide selection of drinks. Complement every dish with a cocktail, bourbon, whiskey or wine. Desserts include the delicious chocolate stout + espresso ice box cake, butterscotch panna cotta and more.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar invites guests to indulge in the finest aged prime beef and their award-winning wine list, featuring 100 wines by the glass. The warm ambiance boasts an open dining room constructed around an exhibition kitchen and expansive bar. Private dining rooms are adjacent to the main room.
Joey's House of Pizza
Pizzas at Joey's House of Pizza are made fresh every day. Real, homemade, authentic New York style pizza that will make Northerners feel like at home. Besides pizzas, they serve Italian pastas, salads, calzones and more. You will not be disappointed!
Etch Restaurant
For a classy, upscale evening with happy hour pricing, Etch Restaurant is the place to go. The homemade ice cream, appetizers and cocktails are excellent and together with the very knowledgeable staff it is the recipe for a great evening. Open for lunch and dinner.

Cafes in Nashville

While in Nashville, start at the internationally acclaimed Bluebird Cafe. Not only is it featured in primetime shows like the eponymous "Nashville" but a wealth of country music's best stars have made its stage home on many occasions! From there, be sure to check out Music City's other great cafes where to enjoy a great cup of strong coffee or tea. The large variety of cafes spread across the city will show that there is more to the city than music.
Bluebird Café
If you’ve never been to Nashville but you’ve seen the hit show, then you’ve seen the Bluebird Café! Long before becoming a part of the popular show, Bluebird has been one of Music City’s most loved music venues. They feature hit songwriters as well as fostering up-and-coming artists. In addition to craft appetizers like baked brie, Bluebird also features quesadillas, sandwiches and entrees, accompanied by a wine and beer list. Reservations are recommended.
Chef's Market Cafe and Takeaway
Chef’s Market was voted “#1 Caterer in Nashville” for the past two years! Serving all of Middle Tennessee, Chef’s Market has become one of Music City’s go-to restaurants to meet everyone’s food needs. It’s easy to see why they’re so great with a menu featuring delicious items like these: salads, white lasagna, New England style pot roast, Jerusalem chicken and calypso roasted pork loin! Top things offs like delicacies such as cake, cookies and ice cream!
Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse
Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse is a comfy, neighborhood coffeehouse offering a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. The dishes are made with locally-sourced, natural and sustainably produced ingredients whenever possible. The staff includes a number of trained baristas who are qualified to provide superior coffee and espresso, proudly brewing Kaldi's Coffee daily. They are also are a BYOB establishment, conveniently allowing wines and high gravity beers above 6% in alcohol.
M. Market and Deli
M. Market and Deli is located in Cummins Station, serving Nashville breakfast and lunch Monday through Saturday. Browse through an immense selection at the gourmet coffee bar, which features everything from hot chocolate to cool milkshakes. The menu offers delicatessens such as artesian cheese, along with fresh and organic soups, salads, sandwiches and a daily special.
Mason's
Mason’s is a Southern brasserie draped in modern flair. Award-winning chef Brandon Frohne seeks to impress with a menu of Contemporary American and European cuisine. Each dish is infused with a taste of the South, making Mason’s truly one-of-a-kind. Mason Bar is sure to complement any meal with a selection of beer, wines and spirits, with emphasis on Tennessee whiskey and Kentucky bourbon.
Savannah's Candy Kitchen of Nashville
Savannah's Candy Kitchen of Nashville serves up traditional freshly-made candies, ice cream, gelato and treats created daily! Hot fresh pralines are scooped onto a thick marble slap to cool before being given as yummy samples. Salt water taffy is made on an authentic old-fashioned taffy machine. Caramel and chocolate hand-dipped apples, chocolate and caramel gophers, nostalgic candies and the most scrumptious chocolates around town will keep you saying “more please!”
Thistle Stop Cafe
Thistle Farms sells Nashville-based and fair-trade coffees, teas and healthy catered foods. A stage gives women who have survived tumultuous pasts a place to share healing stories while providing opportunities for artists to express their creative works.
Fido
Fido was named “Best Place for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner” by the Nashville Scene! Come discover where the magic happens, for Fido is an amalgamation of upscale coffeehouses and casual dining venues. They serve coffee from sister store Bongo Java, as well as a diverse, creative and locally-sourced menu. Fare includes breakfast platters served all day, bagels and bagel sandwiches, craft sandwiches, soups, salads, snacks and delicious entrees.

Bars and Nightlife in Nashville

Nightlife in Nashville is always brimming and the main focus is evidently on music. Music acts are hosted day and into the night and not only country music is played but also rock, swing blues and jazz. When in the party mood hit the downtown to the vibrant area of Broadway or Printer's Alley. Whether you're seeking to dance the night away, mingle with the friendly locals or have a cold beer, Nashville offers a wide selection of dance clubs, venues and bars, all you need to do is to put on your best pair of dancing shoes and be ready for a fun night out!
Bar Louie
Look to Bar Louie for a night of endless entertainment and in an urban bar setting. The warm surroundings are filled with nightlife photography, hand-laid tile artwork and other local architecture. They were made famous for their handcrafted signature martinis, but they also feature a selection of American fare both traditionally and regionally inspired. Find a menu of small plates, burgers and sandwiches. And of course, signature cocktails!
Corsair Artisan Brewery Taproom
Corsair Artisan Brewery Taproom is located in Marathon Village. They pour only draft, craft beers as a brewpub attached to Nashville's first distillery since Prohibition. Their beer roster changes 16 craft beers from microbreweries around the country, and they pour pints and fill growlers of all 16! They rotate 2 to 3 beers a week, and they keep 6 taps for local beers at all times, 9 taps for US craft beers and have 1 tap for a German draft.
The Patterson House
The Patterson House is located in an historic former residence Midtown and a popular location for locals. Their meal and drink menu nods to the pre-Prohibition era when alluring cocktails and ever-vibrant conversation marked the cosmopolitan American nightlife.
Whiskey Kitchen
Whiskey Kitchen is a “tavern-chic” bar and restaurant. The menu is a mix of chef-inspired pub favorites, southern classics and wood-fired pizzas, while the drinks list is a combination of mixologist cocktails, world-class whiskeys, bourbons, ryes and Scotches.
Robert's Western World
Located in the heart of Nashville, in the historic Lower Broadway District, Robert's Western World is one of the best honky tonk in town for traditional country music. A cold beer, deep fried pickles and a house band that will keep the crowd entertained, what more could you want?

Live music seven days per week.
Music City Pub Crawl
This Pub Crawl is a great way to see Nashville and start your evening with some laughter, music and drinks while learning the history of Nashville and listing to some funny stories. The quizzes at each pub are genuinely entertaining. Simply a great mixture of sightseeing, drinking and meeting new people.
3rd and Lindsley
On almost every Mondays, seeing the TimeJumpers play is a must. Be part of the show and enjoy an exceptional live performance, a mixed crowd and great food. A popular place that host music every night of the week by national, international, regional and local artists. This hangout is definitely worth a visit!

Shopping in Nashville

If shopping is your thing, don´t worry, Nashville has incredible shops and trendy shopping districts including shopping malls and fashion boutiques where to spend some money. At the big open-air malls you can easily spend a whole day and find basically everything you need. If you are looking for that unique item to bring back home, head over to the Music City Marketplace (located in the Regions Building) where you will find hand-selected products from local artisan boutiques and craftsmen. And of course when in Nashville, one visit to a record store is a must.

Hit over to the Nashville's Lower Broadway, known as the Honky Tonk Highway, where some of the best shopping is to be found. The shops offers everything from home furnishings and local artisan merchandise to books, apparel, gifts and boots. It is also here The Johnny Cash Museum is located where the museum shop keeps everything from records, CDs, souvenirs to Johnny Cash merchandise.

With the impressive array of shops, you will definitely not leave this fashion hot spot empty handed!
Nashville Farmers' Market
The Nashville Farmers' Market is open year-round. Find a collection of restaurants, specialty shops, greenhouses and open-air stalls, as well as fresh fruits, vegetables and plants to purchase. Also provides some food stalls where to sample some mouth-watering food.
Opry Mills
Opry Mills is Tennessee's largest outlet and value retail shopping, dining and entertainment destination! With over 200 stores—including several first-in-market name-brand additions—Opry Mills should be your first stop while shopping in Nashville. The roster of designer outlet stores includes Coach Factory Store, Coach Mens Factory, H&M, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Tommy Bahama Outlet, Vera Bradley and more.
Hill Center Green Hills
The Hill Center Green Hills (sidewalk shopping) is a lifestyle center of over 220,000-square-feet of retail, dining and office facilities. Located in Nashville's most desirable shopping neighborhood, the Hill Center at Green Hills offers unique local boutiques, restaurants, nationally recognized retailers and exciting retail opportunities.
Cool Springs Galleria
CoolSprings Galleria is Middle Tennessee’s largest shopping center, featuring food, entertainment and shopping for everyone. A 500-seat food court, five department stores and over 165 premier specialty stores bring visitors back time and time again! Enjoy names including Coach, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Coldwater Creek, Victoria's Secret, Talbots, White House, American Eagle, Gap, PANDORA, Banana Republic and more. Dine at one of the many restaurants, including Buca di Beppo, Famous Dave's BBQ, J. Alexander's, Red Lobster, Stoney River Legendary Steaks and other delicious restaurants.
RiverGate Mall
RiverGate baosts over 150 stores and 15 eateries. Situated 10 miles north of Nashville, the mall houses stores like Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, Express, Hollister Co., Pac Sun, Rack Room Shoes, rue 21, Victoria's Secret, Yankee Candle Company and more. Children will love the Incredible Dave's with bowling, live entertainment, interactive games and more!
Ernest Tubb Record Shop
Started by the legendary country music artist Ernest Tubb in 1947, the Record Shop offers music lovers an impressive selection of country, bluegrass and gospel music, CDs, DVDs, books, songbooks and even Instructional Materials. Free concerts at all locations are held throughout the year.
Two Old Hippies
Two Old Hippies has a special guitar room called "The Vault,” which hosts the premium Bedell, Breedlove and Weber guitars and mandolins, as well as providing a sanctuary for those that wish to jam in a quiet space. They carry a large selection of the best made acoustic guitars including CF Martin, Lowden, JW Gallagher, Batson and more. The rest of the store features unique apparel collections, accessories, fun novelty and gift items and their very own vintage 1962 VW Bus.
Hatch Show Print Store
Operated since 1879, Hatch Show Print has generated so many iconic show posters. Learn about the history that is attached to this place and buy some show posters or even print your own to take home. A great place to pick up a real Nashville souvenir!

Tourist Information for Nashville

Nashville International Airport
Nashville is served by Nashville International Airport (BNA), located in southeastern Nashville, about 20 minutes from downtown. BNA services the following major airlines: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Aeromexico, AirCanada and SeaPort Airlines.

Ground transportation is offered through rental car, taxi, shuttle, courtesy bus and limousine services.

Bus
The Metro Transit Authority (MTA) offers service between Nashville Airport and downtown. The Route 18 Airport/Elm Hill Pike operates hourly between 7am and 10pm. The bus leaves from the ground transportation area.

Shuttle
The official shuttle service for Nashville International Airport is called Jarmon Transportation and provide services to downtown and the West End area, Ft. Campbell/Clarksville and door-to-door. You will find the bus on the first level inside the terminal. Shuttles depart every 15 minutes from the airport. Reservations are not required but can be made on the phone 615-275-0146 or online: jarmontransportation.hudsonltd.net/res.

Car rentals
You will find all the major car rental agencies at the airport such as: Avis (on the second level), Hertz (on the third level), Enterprise (on the first level), National (on the first level).

Taxi
On the ground level of the airport, you will find a taxi stand.
Time Zone
Nashville is in the Central time zone and all times are reflected in Central time.
Public Transport
The Metropolitan Transit Authority provides bus transit services within Nashville from its downtown hub station. There are several different ticket types: all-day, pass (valid on any MTA bus route from the time you buy the ticket until the last bus runs that day) 7-Day Pass (valid on any MTA bus route) and 20-ride express card (valid for 20 rides on any MTA bus route).

There is also a free bus service in downtown, The Music City Circuit that offers two routes: The Green Circuit serves between downtown and the Gulch, while The Blue Circuit serves key destinations between the Riverfront Station and the Bicentennial Mall area. There are in total 75 locations along the two routes and the buses operates from 6.30am to 11pm weekdays and from 11am to 11pm on weekends.
Post
US Post Office
Taxi
It is easy to get a cab in Nashville, you can either hail or call for a taxicab. Most of the major hotels have stands. It can get busy on Friday and Saturday nights so a good advice would be to book in advance.

The following cab companies serve the Nashville area:

American Music City Cab: +1 615 865 4100
1-800-Taxicab: +1 800 829 4222
Allied Cab: +1 615 333 3333
Green Cab: +1 615 424 6000
Pharmacy
Walgreens
226 5th Avenue North
+1 615 256 4600

CVS Pharmacy
426 21st Avenue South
+1 615 321 2590
Telephone
Country code: +1

Area Code in Nashville: 615
Electricity
110V
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