Nashville is known as Music City for good reason. It is home to the historic Ryman Auditorium that was built in 1892 and housed the Grand Ole Opry from 1930 to 1974. The Bluebird Café with its famous Songwriter's Competition has been a Nashville staple for the past 25 years and is responsible for launching many country music careers. Nashville even has a specific district called Music Row which is home to hundreds of businesses related to the country music and gospel music industries.

In addition to music, there are several other places of interest in Nashville. There are some professional teams to see like the Tennessee Titans NFL football team and the NHL Nashville Predators. The Hermitage, which is the home of president, Andrew Jackson is open for individual and group tours. If you have children, be sure to visit the Adventure Science Center and Chuckwood Botanical Gardens. The Jack Daniels Distillery is open for visitors and offers tours that not only share their product's history but also a sampling. Feeling historical, then visit the Parthenon (a full-scale replica of the original in Athens) while in town.

Events on 3rd
(615) 457-1133 Contact: Dawson Higgs
Maximum Capacity 400

One Century Place
(615) 872-6400 Contact: Kat Cowley
Maximum Capacity 350

Sheraton Music City Hotel
(615) 885-2200 Contact Louann Jordan
Maximum Capacity 1300

Nashville Airport Marriott
(615) 889-9300 Contact: Amanda Sensilbaugh
Maximum Capacity 1700

Lane Motor Museum
(615) 742-7445 Contact: Vicki Garrison
Maximum Capacity 1000

The Ambrose House
(615) 289-7225 Contact: Elizabeth Gilbreath
Maximum Capacity 85

Nashville City Club
(615) 244-3693
Maximum Capacity 500

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