Ryman Auditorium - 9 miles Ryman Auditorium (also known as Grand Ole Opry House and Union Gospel Tabernacle) is a 2,362-seat live-performance venue.
116 5th Avenue North, Nashville | +1 (615) 889-3060
Music Row - 9 miles Music Row is a historical district located to the southwest of downtown Nashville, Tennessee that is home to numerous businesses related to music, predominantly the country music, gospel music, and contemporary Christian music industries.
16th/17th Ave. South - Division Street and Music Square, Nashville
Country Music Hall of Fame - 9 miles The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, is one of the world's largest museums and research centers dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music. Chartered in 1964, the museum has amassed one of the world's most extensive musical collections.
222 5th Ave S, Nashville | +1 (615) 416 2001
The Belcourt Theater - 12 miles A nonprofit cultural institution in its own right, the Belcourt Theater is a movie house that shows classic movies documentaries, independent and international films. It’s cinema at its finest.
2102 Belcourt Avenue, Nashville | +1 (615) 846-3150
Tennessee Performing Arts Center - 12 miles A venue capable of hosting touring acts, Broadway plays and more, this center is also home to the local opera and ballet as well as the Tennessee Repertory Theatre.
505 Deaderick St., 3rd Floor Nashville | +1 (615) 782-4000
Grand Ole Opry - 14 miles Nashville’s top attraction, the Grand Ole Opry is both an icon and an amazing entertainment choice. Take the backstage tour or see the show on country music’s most well-known stage.
2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville | +1 (615) 871-6779
Adventureworks Music City Zip Lines Ziplining is more popular than ever before, and you can soar through the Fontanel hills on a zip line adventure in beautiful Nashville. The secure steel cables and safety harnesses means you’re always safe on the 90-minute adventure that may prove to be the thrill of a lifetime.
4225 Whites Creek Pike, Nashville | +1 (615) 724-1600
Centennial Sportsplex A massive athletic center designed for a variety of sports, this recreational facility is home to fitness activities, aquatics, tennis courts and even an ice rink. For those who are involved in an active lifestyle in the Nashville area, this is a well-known and welcoming place.
222 25th Avenue North Nashville | +1 (615) 862-8480
Shelby Park With softball and baseball fields, special event facilities, a dog park, space for picnicking and even Sevier Lake and a boat ramp as well as golfing, this is a one-stop place to get outdoors.
2032 Forrest Green Dr.
Radnor Lake State Park Featuring almost 6 miles of trails in a 1,200-acre preserve, Radnor Lake State Park near Nashville offer wildlife viewing, excellent plant life examples and so many more reasons to get outside and explore.
1160 Otter Creek Rd.
Edwin And Percy Warner Parks Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, 2,808 acres, form one of the largest municipal parks in Tennessee, and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Horse enthusiasts may also appreciate the unique Steeplechase racecourse, which hosts the annual Iroquois Steeplechase. Picnic shelters scattered throughout the park's hills and hollows provide a bucolic setting for social events or family get-togethers. Two public golf courses (Percy Warner and Harpeth Hills) are within the park grounds.
7311 Highway 100
Cumberland Park Designed especially for children, Cumberland Park includes water features and other unique play structures on the famed Nashville riverfront. In all, there are 6.5 acres to explore, including an outdoor amphitheater for more than 1,200 attendees.
592 South First Street
Nashville Zoo Just south of beautiful downtown Nashville, the Nashville Zoo features rare red pandas, many species of birds and more. Plus, children will enjoy the critter encounter where they can experience donkeys, camels and alpacas up close.
3777 Nolensville Rd. Nashville | +1 (615) 833-1534
Opry Mills Now owned by Simon malls, this regional shopping destination that opened to rave reviews in 2000 sits on the former site of the Opryland USA theme park and features big-name, big-brand shopping choices.
The Mall At Green Hills A classic shopping destination opened in 1955, this property features more than 20 acres of shopping – about 100 shop spaces in all. It’s well positioned between downtown Nashville and the city’s most affluent suburbs.
The Shoppes On Fatherland It’s a little bit of everything for just about everyone in the family when you explore the understated elegance of The Shoppes on Fatherland. See it for yourself to learn more about the array of shops and experiences that await visitors. It’s a neighborhood shopping center worth exploring.
Downtown First stop will be downtown Nashville on lower Broadway where you will find shops with some of the best items Music City has to offer including Opry Originals who has a great selection of local artisan merchandise, dinner ware, and home furnishings. Not too far away is The Johnny Cash Museum with records, CDs, and everything you need from the Man in Black.
Sobro Sitting in the heart of SoBro (South of Broadway in downtown) is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum with a terrific shop full of endless treasures for the whole family.
The Gulch Not too far from Broadway is a neighborhood called the Gulch which has plenty of unique shops that will have something for the whole family.
Marathon Village Marathon Village has unique shops like Antique Archaeology where you can “pick” out the best item in American Pickers star Mike Wolfe's Nashville store.
Germantown If you want something really special then pick up a pair of Peter Nappi handcrafted leather boots, which are sure to impress anyone! Don't forget, you can send some sweets from Christie Cookie Company, or The Cupcake Collection.
West Nashville Dinner sets, glasses, recipes and more can be found at the one-of-a-kind Loveless Café , also don't forget to get something for yourself!
East Nashville First stop in this part of town would have to be the new mix of stores that have been added to East Nashville's shopping scene.
Hillsboro Village Hillsboro Village has a great selection of retail stores including A Thousand Faces, Posh, and Pangaea which are sure to have plenty of jewelry, clothing and more!
12South 12South has its own unique shops including Nashville's first and only custom denim store.
Berry Hill Berry Hill is made up of colorful bungalows and independent specialty shops offering a great selection.
8th Avenue 8th Avenue is the place to be if you are a musician and looking to get the best instruments, or accessories.
Hickory Hollow Mall Global Mall at the Crossings, formerly Hickory Hollow Mall, is a 1.1 million-square-foot regional indoor shopping mall in the Nashville suburb of Antioch, Tennessee, located just east of I-24 at exit 59 along Bell Road.