Get the ball rolling in Music City by taking in sights unique to Nashville. Start by walking off your breakfast with a stroll to Fort Nashborough at Riverfront Park to engage in the depicted lifestyle of frontier pioneers. Follow that up with a tour at the Ryman Auditorium and you may find yourself running back to see a show later at the famous venue. Don't forget to check out which of your favorite artists have stars on Music City Walk of Fame, a landmark tribute to those who have contributed to Nashville's musical heritage and made significant achievements in the music industry. It's free to see!
Tackle Nashville’s museums and art scene by enjoying an exhibit during your game day weekend. The Country Music Hall of Fame, Frist Art Museum, and Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum are all within the downtown area and not too far from Nissan Stadium where the Tennessee Titans play. Outside the downtown area, make sure to explore the Nashville Zoo, Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, and Adventure Science Center. Each are perfect for both friends and families.
In Nashville, the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes away. If you are looking to dance the night away, venture to Honky Tonk Highway on Lower Broadway where the music doesn't stop until 3am. You can never go wrong with heading to a restaurant with a great wine or cocktail menu. Or feel free to check out our late night dining options.