Downtown Nashville is the center of entertainment that defines Music City. Along the mere city blocks, visitors and citizens can enjoy world-class art the Frist Art Museum.  Experience the Broadway play at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and enjoy the world-class events and concerts at the Bridgestone Arena. You should also have a blast along the Nashville Honky Tonk Highway.


Don’t forget to check out the SoBro district in Nashville. It is just a block away from Lower Broadway and offers a lot to see and do. Check it out.


Take a walk with the Music City Greeter through downtown Nashville and get to know the community. Get the details.


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There is nothing in this world like the Nashville’s Honky Tonk Highway. The entire road is filled with bars playing favorite tunes for free. These bars are the same ones that Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and much more. Try to get the full experience and take a journey down the river’s end to see the Lower Broadway.

Please remember: The covers are free, but tips are always appreciated. Tip the band if you are enjoying the tune at night.

Honky Tonk Highway & Lower Broadway:

2nd Avenue:

Go down to the Lower Broadway and go left to the second Avenue where the party never stops with some fine establishments.

Printers Alley:

The printers Alley is just a few blocks to the Honky Tonks, and it is complete with great bars for a beautiful experience.


A diverse world of art not too far from the party on Lower Broadway is a place where Music City holds dear. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is a great place to enjoy Nashville Opera and Nashville Ballet perform. The next Broadway show will also be featured in this fantastic Nashville venue.  The 5th avenue is also a street that allows different galleries created by local and regional artists. The Frist Art Museum also offers new exhibits throughout the year  Don’t forget to check the Musician Hall of Fame and Museum and much more found throughout downtown.



Ask anyone in the city of Nashville for the best place to see a show, and we are sure Ryman Auditorium will make the cut. The building is regarded as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” it is a must for every music lover. The place is known for its exceptional acoustics that hosted talented musicians like John Legend, James Brown, and Chris Isaak. This is also the very place that hosted the Grand Ole Opry and the Johnny Cash Show. If you go to the Ryman Auditorium, you will see some of the big acts touring the country at Bridgestone Arena.  You can also stop by the Wildhorse Saloon for some dancing and live tunes.


If you are going to Nashville as a group, you should check the playland in Nashville Downtown are. The area is fun for everybody whether you like the pedal tavern or want to listen to its historical tours. If you need any help, ask our partners in Bach Nashville.

Nashville has only two teams that are worth your support in the downtown area. Throughout October to April, Bridgestone Arena hosts all of Nashville Predators games. And then starting from September to January, all support is gicen to the Tennessee Titas as they wreack havoc at Nissan Stadium.

If you are a big fan of sports and are looking to meet fellow sport enthusiasts, be sure to check out these sports bars.


The Music City Shop has a lot in store for both visitors and homeowners.

Get custom made music-themed merchandise for your friends and family. Enjoy different items both in-store and online. You can also take an adventure to the Music City Marketplace in the Visitors center found in the Regions Building. Every product has been hand selected for local artisans and artisan boutique to provide the perfect selection of Nashville goods.


If you want to explore all the parts of the Music City, if you’re going to feel the ambiance and tranquility of the city, then you want to stay in the neighborhood. Highlighted below are some of the most exotic hotels in the city that will welcome you with open arms.

Turnkey Vacation Rentals

Union Station Hotel




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