Area Attractions

Nashville is the place to be for live music, down-home 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. You’re also steps from Nashville Yards, one of the city’s newest dining-and-entertainment hubs.

Grand Hyatt Nashville

1000 Broadway
Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37203



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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

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

Frist Art Museum

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.

Ryman Auditorium

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.


Sambuca Nashville

Known as a popular gathering spot in the Gulch, this buzzy eatery offers brunch, lunch, dinner, and live music nightly, which kicks up a notch on the weekends and transforms into a dance party.

Skull’s Rainbow Room

A Nashville institution since 1948, this iconic restaurant and nightclub serves up American cuisine with a coastal flair as well as nightly entertainment in a speakeasy lounge-style setting.


Cumberland Caverns

Home to a 32-mile network of underground caves and caverns, this must-see natural attraction offers spelunking expeditions so visitors can see its gleaming pools, underground waterfalls, and incredible rock formations up close.