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Travel Resources

Travel tools and resources you may need during your trip to Nashville.

Push Pause when you play Nashville

Push Pause reminds everyone to take proactive measures to enhance their safety while exploring the city. By increasing personal awareness, we can create a safer environment for everyone. Don’t leave your friends; never leave your drinks unattended; don’t overdo it. Drink responsibly; make memories you’ll want to remember.

Travel Resources

Browse through Nashville's travel resources to make the most of your trip.

Nashville Visitor Center
Nashville Visitor Center

Stop by our Nashville Visitor Center and meet a friendly face while you plan your way around Nashville. Get expert advice, maps, tickets, special offers, unique Music City gifts, and more.

Nashville Visitors Guide
Nashville Visitor Guide

Get the Nashville Visitors Guide for all your trip-planning needs. Available in print, digital, and app formats.

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International Travel

Everyone is welcome in Nashville. Music is the universal language, after all.

Vacation Packages

Book your vacation package and do more for less in Nashville.

Frequently Asked Questions
Are there Translation Services?

Tennessee Foreign Language Institute 
227 French Landing Drive, Ste. 100 

Can I Bring my Pet?

Of course! Nashville accommodates all of our friends. Check out Nashville's pet-friendly places, including parks, restaurants, hotels, and more.

Find Pet-friendly Spots

Can I Talk to Someone?

We would love to talk with you. Call us at 800-657-6910, stop by one of the Nashville Visitor Centers, or email us anytime.

Is Nashville ADA Accessible?

Nashville—the friendliest city in the world—is ready to accommodate you with an array of museums, parks, music venues, and other attractions that are all ADA-accessible.

Explore Accessible Nashville.

Is Nashville Family-Friendly?

Yes! Nashville offers something for every family member, infant, and grandparent alike.

Find Family Fun in Nashville

What are the smoking and alcohol laws?

Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed public places within the State of Tennessee with a few exceptions. Those exceptions include: non-enclosed areas of public places where smoke does not infiltrate into areas where smoking is prohibited and venues that restrict access to persons who are 21 years of age or older at all times. The legal age for alcohol purchase and consumption is 21. Regardless of age, you will be asked for identification, so please bring a photo ID if you plan to drink alcohol.

What If There is an Emergency?

Emergencies (police, fire, ambulance): 911
Non-emergencies (police): 1-615-862-8600

Take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your property against petty crime. Be aware of your surroundings and travel in well-lit areas. Don’t leave passports in rental cars, don’t leave bags unattended, keep money and valuables out of sight.

Get more tips for tourists from the Metro Nashville Police Department.

What Should I wear in Nashville?

Be comfortable. Nashville is a casual town that’s nailed the art of dressed-up jeans. Although, if you would like to expand your wardrobe, Nashville has plenty of shopping to choose from.

Shop in Nashville

When is the best time to visit Nashville?

Anytime! All the time! With four distinct but mild seasons, more than 180 live music venues, a rich history, an exciting arts community, the most delicious food, and the friendliest people, Nashville is a good time all the time.

Get a Glance at Each Season

Where Should I Stay in Nashville?

It depends on your preference. Nashville has hotels, bed & breakfasts, vacation rentals, campgrounds, and more spread across town.

Find the Best Spot for your Vacation