Right up the street from Hyatt House Nashville / Downtown – SoBro, you’ll find some of the most famous locations in country music history, including the Ryman Auditorium. Explore the honky-tonk bars of the District, legendary barbeque joints, and a host of live music venues within walking distance.
This trendy restaurant near the Country Music Hall of Fame serves from-scratch Southern classics made with locally-sourced ingredients (with vendors listed on the menu). High ceilings and rustic decorations add to the hip atmosphere.
See hundreds of instruments used by country legends at this sprawling museum, which also exhibits famous musicians’ vehicles and outfits, plus hundreds of thousands of recordings. Live performances and ceremonies are held at the CMA Theater on-site.
See country music legends, rock stars, and comedians onstage at this historic venue, which is the former home of the Grand Ole Opry. A commemorative plaque describes the “Birth of Bluegrass” at the concert hall in 1945, when Bill Monroe and his band took the stage.
Just a short drive away from Hyatt House Nashville / Downtown - SoBro, you will find an American icon and Nashville's number-one attraction - the Grand Ole Opry. The legendary venue offers a variety of packages to create a unique experience for everyone.
Music Mile Featuring the Music City Walk of Fame and Music City Garden
Experience the history of Music City first hand on Music Mile’s Garden and Walk of Fame. Follow this path along Demonbreun to Music Row featuring commemorative plaques honoring the musicians who have contributed to making Nashville the Music City. Along the way, stop into the Music City Garden featuring flowers named for the songs and singers of Nashville.
Soak up panoramic views of the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville at Riverfront Park. Just steps from Broadway, this park offers 5 miles of greenspace to enjoy the sights and sounds of Nashville’s outdoors.
Located on the cusp of Vanderbilt University’s campus, Centennial Park offers an expansive oasis of 132 acres that has been home to Nashville since 1897. The park offers greenspace, a multipurpose trail and a man-made lake. At the center of the park stands a full-scale replica of Athens, Greece’s Parthenon that features a 42 foot tall Athena sculpture and full art museum inside.