Nashville is the place to be for live music, authentic Southern eats, and a rocking good time no matter where you want to go. Grand Hyatt Nashville puts you in the heart of it all, with a Broadway location walking distance to the Gulch and Midtown as well as all the best that Music City has to offer.
Delve into the history and sounds of country music in an immersive experience that also includes artifacts from country music’s biggest stars, such as historic musical instruments famous costumes, and iconic vehicles—like Elvis Presley’s solid gold Cadillac limousine
Housed inside the city’s historic U.S. Post Office building, this art hall doesn’t host a permanent collection—instead it serves as a temporary home for a rotating lineup of traveling art exhibits as well as local installations.
Nicknamed the “Mother Church of Country Music,” this revered church-turned-music venue was once home to the Grand Ole Opry. Today, it’s a popular music venue and a registered National Historic Landmark.
Kayne Prime is the artful fusion of a chef-chic restaurant with a great American steakhouse, featuring modern interpretations of the classics in the form of market-driven fresh farm-to-table creations.