To get your tour of the music city started on the right note, it is often helpful to stop by one of Nashville’s visitor centers for information on attractions and historic sites, a wide range of maps and literature and answers to any of your questions about the city.

There are two Nashville Visitor Information Centers in town, both operated by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau and staffed by employees and volunteers who really know the city inside and out. Both the Gaylord Entertainment Center (at 501 Broadway) and the US Bank Building (150 4th Ave. North) locations are stocked with information on virtually every Nashville point of interest, and you’ll always be able to find help—whether you’re looking to plan a tour, make a hotel reservation or just find a great place to eat. Both locations can be reached by phone—(615) 259-4747 for Broadway, (615) 259-4731 for 4th Ave.—or you can check out the Visitor’s Bureau’s website, which is truly excellent no matter if you’re planning a family vacation or coordinating a massive conference.