Masks or facial coverings are currently required when in public spaces in Nashville.
Don't have a mask? Plan ahead and order one online at themusiccityshop.com.
Already here and forgot your mask? Make the Nashville Visitor Center your first stop to pick up a free disposable mask or purchase a cloth Music City mask.
Thank you for keeping each other safe!
Nashville, TN 37203
(inside the glass tower at Bridgestone Arena)
Visitor Assistants are available 8:30am-5pm Monday-Friday to answer questions by email at email@example.com.
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 2pm
Closed on Sunday & Monday
The Nashville Visitor Center can help you will all of your trip planning needs!
Call us at 800-657-6910.
The latest exhibit at the Nashville Visitor Center features photographs from Michael Weintrob's book Instrumenthead. The four photographs in this display include Peter Levin, organ player for Blind Boys of Alabama and formerly of Gregg Allman Band; Jimbo Hart, bass player for Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit; Alison Brown, owner of Compass Records; and Keb' Mo', Grammy-winning blues/roots/Americana music legend. Uniquely showcasing artists and their instruments, all four photographs are for sale and the complete book is available at the Music City Shop.
The Music City Shop is located inside the Nashville Visitor Center at 501 Broadway. Come inside to find the perfect Nashville gifts.
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The Nashville Visitor Center has all this and more:
- Music City experts available to assist you
- Brochures on Nashville attractions
- Special offers
- Gift Shop with unique music gifts and more
- Free maps and driving directions
The Music City Center garage is just two blocks away on 6th and Demonbreun or find a spot at parkitdowntown.com.