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Music Row

16th/17th Ave. South - Division Street and Music Square, Nashville, TN
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16th/17th Ave. South - Division Street and Music Square, Nashville, TN
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Reviewed February 14, 2017

What a historical adventure! loved this neigborhood! Its eclectic and and historical! found a great place for lunch along the way!

1  Thank SelinaP6
Reviewed February 13, 2017

There were some tours and it was a nice day just to get out and walk and sit awhile at Owen Bradley Park. Otherwise, how many recording studios do you need to look at before it gets boring?

Thank Bruce P
Reviewed February 5, 2017

Music Row is a great place to see there is lots to see & do there the food is great & also the shops

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Reviewed February 4, 2017

The Music Row Confidential Tour is lead by Steve Pippin (Pip), a singer/songwriter in Nashville. It was a very entertaining experience. Pip shared lots of history and personal stories of Nashville's Music Row past and present while keeping us laughing and singing together with his...More

1  Thank Samantha B
Reviewed January 29, 2017

We were able to walk from hotel but had to idea what were were looking at until we took the studio B tour and the driver told us what each building contained.

1  Thank familyof4964
Reviewed January 27, 2017

Had a great time walking down music row and listening to great music. Each artist we listened to could have been signed to a major label. Hope they all get the chance!

1  Thank Loretta C
Reviewed January 26, 2017

This is a great place with so many local bars and history behind the music. They are building up this area again and there is so much to see

1  Thank xray018
Reviewed January 22, 2017

Music Row is where all the numerous recording studios in Nashville are located. This is great to see on a guided tour as the guide provides you with all the information you want. It's a great scene.

2  Thank EliseDahle
Reviewed January 19, 2017

There is a lot of bars and shopping on Music Row. The talent that plays at all of the bars are really amazing.

1  Thank princess1120
Reviewed January 15, 2017 via mobile

Music row is two parallel streets on which you will find the Nashville headquarters of the music labels that produce most of the country music songs we enjoy. As well you will find some of the Classic recording studios that recorded artists like Chet Atkins...More

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suzanne1978
My family is going to be spending a few hours in Nashville on our way from St. Louis to Destin, FL. What issomething for a small family (husband and two girls) to do with just a few hours.
March 8, 2017|
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Response from Ken Q | Reviewed this property |
Hi, If it's your first visit to Nashville and you are Country Music fans then take one of the tour buses as it is a quick and easy way to see the sights of the city. Or just spend a few hours on Broadway. Great music in all... More
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ZZHs
any suggestions on specific walking tour downloads?
May 22, 2016|
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Response from Phylretired2008 | Reviewed this property |
I have never done a walking tour, but I have walked the whole town, on an Urban Hike. There is an "on and off" bus tour that would be good. Nashville runs green and blue circuit busses all around downtown Nashville and The... More
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SDZ73
I have a son graduating from college in December who wants to be a music producer some day. He's considering moving to Nashville after graduation. We are coming on the 3/13/16 for a few days - what should we do?
March 8, 2016|
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