Virtual Nashville Tours & Activities

Virtual Nashville Tours & Activities

Located in the heart of downtown Nashville, Union Station Nashville hotel is surrounded by world-class museums, live-music venues, and historic monuments. Discover the top attractions near our downtown Nashville hotel from the comfort of your home with our favorite virtual Nashville tours and activities.

Union Station Nashville

Step inside our downtown Nashville hotel and discover spaces rooted in 120 years of history. Completed in 1900, Union Station Nashville hotel is a converted 19th century Neo-Romanesque railroad station boasting original elements, including a 65-foot barrel-vaulted ceiling, crystal chandeliers, and three limestone fireplaces. A shining piece of Nashville history take a virtual tour of a historic Music City landmark.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Experience the power of music and virtually explore the archives of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Each week enjoy new pre-recorded live performances, interviews, and songwriter sessions, plus, historic photos, printed materials, and sound recordings from some of country music’s most influential singers and songwriters.

Ryman Auditorium
The Mother Church of country music, the Ryman Auditorium is within walking distance of our downtown Nashville hotel. Stay connected to one of the top Nashville attractions with the Ryman Guide to At-Home Inspiration. While live concerts are on pause, enjoy themed-coloring pages, stationery, fun activities, and more.  

Virtual Concerts
Enjoy the sounds of Music City from home with live-streaming concerts from country music’s top singers and songwriters. From international superstars to up-and-coming artists, attend virtual Nashville performances throughout the year. Looking for more music? Check out our Riffs on the Rails playlist, featuring local Nashville artists who have performed at Union Station Hotel Nashville.

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
The former home of President Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage is a historic mansion, museum, and grounds outside of Nashville. Before your next trip to Music City, bring history to life with digital resources, including virtual visits, audio tours, videos, interviews, online quizzes, and more. 

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