Music lovers and history buffs alike can revel in some of the country’s most iconic music and cultural sights, venues, museums, and more in Nashville. Across the city you’ll find live music that pays tribute to the legends, showcases on-the-rise local artists, and offers great places to dance the night away. There’s also no shortage of musical history to discover—with museums exhibiting the greatest music artists in history to landmarks that honor them and even tours that show off the top highlights.
Among the musical marvels, you’ll also find outstanding food, drinks, entertainment, shopping, and more. We have ideal hotel options around city, making it easy to reach these top sights and attractions.
Be sure to take in all this landmark has to offer on your next trip to Nashville:
Grand Ole Opry
Welcome to the home of country music!
Visit this Live Music venue to see a show, take a tour or shop their store.
The Gallery of Iconic Guitars
The Gallery should be on your list of must-see Nashville museums.!
It has a collection of some of the most iconic and rare guitars and other stringed instruments, featuring in-depth, documented information. The Gallery desires to inspire music fans to celebrate these instruments and relay the wonderful stories behind them.
National Museum of African American Music
The only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the many music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans.
The museum’s expertly-curated collections share the story of the American soundtrack by integrating history and interactive technology to bring the musical heroes of the past into the present.
Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
The Museum experience is home to the Hall of Fame Rotunda, offers world class exhibitions, and so much more.
Enjoy the Museum's live music, family activities, tours of Historic RCA Studio B and the iconic Hatch Show Print, a working letterpress print shop since 1879.
The Bluebird Café
One of the world's most famous listening room that has gained worldwide recognition over the past 40 years as a songwriters' stage where they share stories and perform original songs.
Many artists have had career defining moments at the club along with countless hit songwriters whose music is represented on a wide-range of charts.
This area is the heart of Nashville's music and entertainment industry.
Walk through the streets of Music Row in Nashville, and you'll find yourself immersed in the city's musical heritage.