Historic Luxury Near Ryman Auditorium

Dating back as far as 1892, Ryman Auditorium is one of the most famous, historical venues in Nashville. Formerly known as the Union Gospel Tabernacle and home to the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974, the esteemed auditorium’s famous stage has been the setting of several famous films, and has featured performances from legendary musicians including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and the King himself, Elvis Presley. Ryman Auditorium’s legacy is cemented in music history as the birthplace of bluegrass music and a fundamental part of the rise of the modern day country music movement. 

The legendary auditorium entered the latest phase in its history after a complete renovation in 1994. The nearly $9 million project was tasked with restoring this slice of history back to its original brilliance. Upon completion, Ryman was re-opened as a small performance venue, with recent performances from modern day legends like Annie Lennox and Aretha Franklin. In 2001, the auditorium was officially designated a National Historic Landmark and continues to attract fans from around the globe.
 
Located just 4 blocks away, downtown Nashville’s Union Station is an unmatched destination among hotels by Ryman Auditorium. Whether walking or driving, you’ll find complete convenience from start to finish.
 
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