Nashville Attractions

Music flows through Nashville's veins, so it's only natural to absorb as much of the city's soul as you can! While music keeps the city fun and laid-back, you can also discover a culturally rich and sophisticated side that a lot of visitors don't see. Take advantage of the Nashville energy!

Hit the Hall: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Browse through impressive exhibits highlighting the legends of country music past and present at the world's largest popular music museum.

Visit Honky Tonk Highway: Lower Broadway music clubs like Robert's and Tootsie's

Honky Tonk Highway

Music pours into the streets from every building as you walk along the Honky Tonk Highway.

The venue that brought Willie Nelson to fame is none other than Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, which is famous for hosting talented singers and songwriters. Great food, drinks and traditional country music await you at Robert's Western World, located in the heart of downtown Nashville.

See the historic RCA Studio B

Songs were brought to life by the Studio B, including over 200 by Elvis Presley.Legends like Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins and Eddy Arnold are among the many thatcreated hits in this very studio!

Browse The Hermitage

Step into the home of the People's President Andrew Jackson when visiting The Hermitage Mansion and its 1120 acres of gardens, museum, memorials, and more.

Mosey on over to the museums

The Johnny Cash Museum & Café, George Jones Museum, Musicians Hall of Fame Museum, and First Center for the Visual Arts are just a few! Nashville takes pride in honoring musicians through a montage of museums that represent all genres of music.

Attend a songwriters show in the famous Bluebird Café and the Listening Room Café

The Bluebird Café is known worldwide as a songwriters performance space and the most unique way to experience music in Nashville. The Listening Room Café tells all in its name. This live music venue is loved and famous for featuring up-and-coming and hit songwriters.

Experience classic Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry

You can't get more Nashville than the Grand Ole Opry. This legendary radio broadcast began in 1925 and is known as the show that made country music famous! Get a backstage tour of this country music phenomenon and experience the set that showcased some of the greatest country superstars.