ADA Accessibility in Nashville

The friendliest city in the world is certainly ready to accommodate those who have special needs. Below you may find some great options for your next trip to Music City.

ADA Accessible Attractions

Here are some of the attractions in Nashville that offer accessible options. Click the links below for specific information. Please call before arriving to ensure a pleasant adventure.

Adventure Science Center -
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage -
Belle Meade Plantation -
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum -
Frist Art Museum -
Johnny Cash Museum -
Lane Motor Museum -
Madame Tussauds Nashville -
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum -
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere -
Opry Mills Mall -
The Parthenon -
Tennessee State Museum -

ADA Accessible Parks, Trails, and Greenways

The various parks and greenways listed below do offer a paved or asphalt pathway.

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park -
Browns Creek Greenway -
Centennial Park -
Clarksville Greenway -
Couchville Lake Arboretum Trail -
Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail -
Cumberland River Greenway -
Fort Negley Walking Trail -
Harpeth River Greenway -
Mill Creek Greenway -
Richland Creek Greenway -
Seven Mile Creek Greenway -
Shelby Bottoms Greenway -
Stones River Greenway -
Whites Creek Greenway -

ADA Accessible Music Venues

Everyone deserves to hear a good tune. Below are some of the Nashville music venues that are accessible. Please follow the link to see what they can do for you.

Ascend Amphitheater -
Bridgestone Arena -
City Winery Nashville -
Exit/In -
Grand Ole Opry -
Marathon Music Works -
Schermerhorn Symphony Center -
Nissan Stadium -
Ryman Auditorium -
Station Inn -

Please know this is not a complete list of all the ADA accessible places in Nashville. It is best to call ahead before arriving to see what options are available for those with special needs.