April 6


Nashville City Guide

Nashville City Guide


GETTING THERE: Nashville International Airport is a public/military airport in the southeastern section of Nashville, Tennessee, United States.

TRAVEL SEASON: April – Oct is peak travel season for Nashville

TRANSPORTATION: Renting a car is the easiest way to get around Music City. The city was designed for vehicles. Other methods of transportation are less effective.

WEATHER: Average temperatures range from 27°F in winter to 79°F in summer.


GRAND OLE OPRY: The Grand Ole Opry is the stage that showcases country music’s past, present, and future.

RYMAN AUDITORIUM: It’s the Mother Church of Country Music, the birthplace of bluegrass, and the original home of the Grand Ole Opry where the careers of countless musical legends were launched.

NASHVILLE PARTHENON: It is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. They host changing art exhibitions in its galleries to educate both Nashvillians and visitors about the legacy of the ancient Greeks and their impact on American civilization.

COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME: It is one of the world’s largest museums and research centers dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music.


THE HERMITAGE: The Hermitage Hotel is a timeless icon representing over a century of Nashville’s evolution and emergence.

NOELLE: Noelle is an experiential hotel in downtown Nashville and a creative gathering place for adventurous people seeking a true Nashville encounter.

THE RUSSELL: A technology-driven, concierge-less Boutique Hotel in the heart of East Nashville.

THOMPSON: Thompson Nashville puts you within steps of art and culture — the Frist Art Museum, Music Row, Honky Tonk Highway, and endless boutiques.


JOSEPHINE: Modern American cuisine & wine in a stylish space with tufted leather banquettes & exposed ductwork.

ETCH: The open-kitchen setting for eclectic, upscale dining, plus a rich cocktail & wine list.

CATBIRD SEAT: Buzzy, upscale new American mecca serving a changing tasting menu in a U-shaped open kitchen.

BUTCHER & BEE: Hip outpost offers a rotating menu of inventive, seasonal cuisine made with local ingredients.

ROLF & DAUGHTERS: Industrial-chic restaurant with clever New American dishes, communal tables & inventive cocktails.


See a show at Grand Ole Opry: Catch a show at the Opry. It’s a true-blue musical mecca that will open your eyes to country music and its history.

Music & Drinks on Broadway: Experience a night on Broadway with rocking live music, and cold drinks!

Stroll down Music Row: Walk through the streets of Music Row in Nashville, and you’ll find yourself immersed in the city’s musical heritage.

Go line dancing: Enjoy Line dancing on the biggest dance floor in Nashville-found at the Wildhorse Saloon on 2nd Ave.



-Mammoth Cave & Diamond Caverns

-Lynchburg to visit Jack Daniels Distillery

-Dunbar Cave State Park

-Arrington Vineyards


Nashville is a great getaway on its own, and if you want to explore further, it pairs well with towns like Chattanooga, Memphis, and Knoxville.



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