Explore Nashville

A Central Station, and Coveted Location

Rich in history and natural beauty, and built on creative dreams and courageous determination, Nashville has a story to tell. Located Downtown, on the famous Broadway corridor, The Union Station Nashville Yards offers an ideal spot to enjoy the best Music City experiences and attractions. No matter the day or the season, there’s always something stellar to see, hear, and experience.

You’ve Arrived

Our enviable location is within walking distance to all that Nashville’s urban center has to offer: legendary arts and entertainment venues, universities, museums, shopping, and the best dining and nightlife in the city. Guests enjoy a short walk to Midtown, the Gulch, and all the signature sights and sounds of Downtown Music City.

Couple entering Union Station Hotel


The Broadway Historic District – or Lower Broadway – has long been a favorite for live music, nightlife, honky tonks and more. Pick up some cowboy boots, then head to Tootsie’s or The Stage for toe-tapping tonk-hopping, catch a live musical performance at Ryman Auditorium or indulge in fried chicken and other Southern staples at one of the many restaurants along Lower Broadway.

Whiskey bar in Broadway Nashville

Music Row

Immerse yourself in the vibe of Music Row, made up of Music Square West and Music Square East. Historic buildings have found new life as locations for production companies, record labels, agents and promoters who run the city’s music industry. Consider a tour of Historic RCA Studio B, where Elvis, the Everly Brothers and Dolly Parton all recorded hits.

Colorful music guitars


Not far off Broadway, you can learn the story of the music at the Patsy Cline Museum, Johnny Cash Museum and National Museum of African American Music. Interact with state history at the Tennessee State Museum, with hands-on exhibits and an extraordinary collection of artifacts. Art lovers will especially like the Frist Art Museum, set in a magnificent Art Deco building on the National Register of Historic Places. There is no permanent collection, so every visit is fresh, with rotating exhibits every few months. Families especially enjoy the museum’s interactive Martin ArtQuest Gallery, where visitors of all ages can make their own masterpieces.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum at night