Fall is better known as football season in Tennessee, and the Titans schedule is in full swing. Whether you’re visiting from out of town or are a local making a weekend out of it, we’ve got options for hotels near Nissan Stadium and all the details you need to “Titan Up” before, during, and after the game!

Getting to the Titans Game

First and foremost, you’ll need to decide what Titans game in which you’d like to attend. There are still several home games left in the season, so check the game schedule to take your pick! There’s also a link to purchase tickets.

If you’re flying in and heading straight to Nissan Stadium, your best option for getting there from the Nashville International Airport (BNA) is rideshare. Drop-off and pickup locations are at South 2nd St. and Crutcher Street and at the intersection of Woodland and North 1st St; both are easy walks to the game.

If you’re driving to the game, note that parking is currently sold out in all stadium lots, so unless you have a season parking decal, Titans-issued mobile, or ADA pass, you’ll need to park offsite. You’ll find the most available parking on the west side of the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville which is typically an easy walk across the Woodland Street Bridge to get to the game, and you avoid the traffic gridlock right around the stadium, which is always a bonus!

You can learn more about Titans gameday parking here.

What to Expect at Nissan Stadium

Currently, Nissan Stadium is back at 100 percent capacity for Titans games, and masks are recommended but not required. Their Safe Stadium procedures allow for a more touchless experience, including accepting credit card and mobile payment ONLY at all vendors, concession stands, bars, and retail locations.

As always, if you do bring a bag to the stadium, it is subject to security inspection. Bags must either be clear and 12” x 12” x 6” or smaller or non-transparent and 4.5” x 6.5” or smaller.

All Nissan Stadium policies for game day can be found here.

What To Do in Downtown Nashville

Nissan Stadium is located in downtown Nashville, the home of Honky Tonk, which means there is plenty to do here before and after the Titans game.

Popular Honky Tonks, of which many are also restaurants, include:

  • Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge
  • Robert’s Western World
  • Honky Tonk Central
  • The Stage
  • Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row
  • Ole Red
  • Luke’s 32 Bridge

Must-see attractions in and near downtown Nashville include:

  • Grand Ole Opry
  • Ryman Auditorium
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Johnny Cash Museum
  • RCA Studio B
  • Nashville Parthenon
  • Cheekwood
  • Tennessee State Museum

And there are many more. Check all your options at Visit Music City.

Hotels Near Nissan Stadium

Last but certainly not least is where to stay while you’re here. There are more than enough hotels near Nissan Stadium from which to choose, but they tend to book up far in advance and can be pricey, certainly for the amount of space in your room. We think you could spend your hard-earned money in much better ways during your time in Nashville, like renting an entire downtown loft. It just so happens that Music City Loft features vacation rentals right in the heart of downtown Nashville at an affordable price with unmatched luxury and comfort.

Rent one of our 1- to 3-bedroom lofts for your next trip to Titans’ territory!

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