Schermerhorn Symphony Center
One Symphony Place, Nashville
Home of the Nashville Symphony, the neoclassical Schermerhorn Symphony Center is among the finest acoustical venues in the world.
Tennessee Performing Arts Center
505 Deaderick St., Nashville
TPAC for short, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is home to the Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera, and Nashville Repertory Theatre, and is the Nashville stop for touring Broadway productions.
Music City Center
201 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville
Spanning more than two million square feet in downtown Nashville, Music City Center is a premier convention center featuring more than 100 pieces of public art.
Grand Ole Opry
2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville
Called “country’s most famous stage,” the Grand Ole Opry showcases a dynamic line-up of new stars, superstars, and country music legends. In addition to headline entertainment almost nightly, don’t miss three different backstage tours.
The Ryman Auditorium
116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville
Known as “the Mother Church of Country Music,” the historic Ryman Auditorium is a treasured landmark and the birthplace of bluegrass. Don’t miss the chance to record a song in the Ryman Recording Studio or take a self-guided or guided backstage tour.
The Mall At Green Hills
2126 Abbott Martin Rd., Nashville
With more than 100 stores ranging from Tiffany & Co. to Nordstrom, the sprawling Mall at Green Hills is Nashville’s epicenter of fashion.
200 To 400 Block Of Broadway
Known as Lower Broad, this eclectic section of Broadway is home to fun restaurants and retailers, including Boot Country, the Boot Barn, and Tequila Cowboy.
Imogene + Willie
2601 12th Ave S, Nashville
A converted Nashville gas station is home to this retail hotspot for denim lovers. These vintage-soft beauties are made right onsite.