Area Attractions

Located just steps from the neon lights and honky-tonks of Lower Broadway—and only blocks from the Cumberland River—Holston House Nashville is a chic retreat in the heart of downtown Nashville. Music is always a draw, but a blend of urban sophistication and Southern hospitality makes Nashville a global destination.

Holston House Nashville

118 7th Avenue N
Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37203

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Nashville's Live Music Venues

Ryman Auditorium

Historic Ryman Auditorium is one of the most venerated music venues in the country. It’s where bluegrass was born and where countless country stars began. Even today, you’ll find world famous and up and coming acts playing this 2,300+ seat venue.

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge

With a bright purple facade and a location in the heart of Lower Broadway, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge can’t be missed. On any given night, you’ll find both country legends and rising starts on the gleaming roster of this legendary honky-tonk.

Grand Ole Opry

The Grand Ole Opry is Nashville’s most famous attraction. It began as a simple radio show more than 90 years ago. Today, it stands as a country music institution, having launched countless music careers and bringing fans face to face with stars.

Flourishing Foodie Scene

Rolf & Daughters

Rolf & Daughters offers dinner-only seasonal small plates in an industrial yet chic setting with indoor communal tables and an expansive bar. Or, weather permitting, ask for a table on the patio beneath charming string lights.

Germantown Café

Germantown Café is known for its more upscale ambiance and specializes in traditional cooking with a slight twist, but never overly complex. Savor a delicious pre-theater dinner as you enjoy the amazing view of the Nashville skyline.

Jack’s Bar-B-Que

Jack’s is, quite simply, a Nashville institution. From the late ’80s, Jack’s has been serving up Texas- and Tennessee-style beef brisket and regionally inspired sauces. It’s Broadway location faces the historic Ryman Auditorium.

Old Hickory Steakhouse

Nothing is done halfway at Old Hickory Steakhouse. Steaks are measured by the pound, the restaurant itself is located inside an antebellum mansion beneath a conservatory-style glass dome, and the indoor river and waterfall are a sight to behold.

Sightseeing in Nashville

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

With upwards of 2.5 million historical and contemporary artifacts, mementos, and personal items from notable public figures, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum stands as a monument to the history and preservation of country music.

Radnor Lake State Park

Radnor Lake State Park is the perfect spot for nature lovers—more than 1,360 acres of protected area with an abundance of wildlife viewing, hiking, and photography opportunities. It includes more than six miles of trails for all skill levels.

Centennial Park

Just southwest of downtown, you’ll experience a small taste of Europe in the heart of Tennessee. A full-scale replica of the Parthenon resides at Centennial Park, along with several walking paths, a Civil War memorial, and expansive green space.