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All reviews live music honky tonks boot shops country music great music broadway street great city cowboy boots bar hopping bachelorette parties pedestrian bridge no cover charge bridgestone arena lots of fun great place to visit walk around johnny cash museum
we love to take out of town friends to the honky Tonks during daylight! We recently brought the kids along - 4 girls ages 9-12 for an afternoon of music. we found free street parking on Sunday one block off broadway! then we started at...More
Nashville is a fantastic place to visit. They have everything from pro football to hockey to Vanderbilt university. Also Bridgestone arena is a great venue. I've seen 2 concerts there. The bar scene is incredible. Especially the rooftop bars.
Just walking along Broadway was so much fun. There are live bands in every venue and most of the big country stars are represented via their own venues. Really fun. The downtown was very accessible on foot.
Con: The City seems to have a large...More
When you hear of people going to Nashville to get their opportunity, you can recognize that all the restaurants in the district have music presentations, you can spend a whole evening listening at different venues,,most have some food that is reasonable..this is a must visit...More
Downtown Nashville is Broadway in Nashville and this is far better than Broadway in New York as there are more free music venues with budding stars than anywhere in the world. One could easily spend a week here and not get bored. This is the...More
So many bars - open all the time - with great music playing. You can go from place to place for free (or stop in for a drink). Local bands that are really good. Also, lots of places to eat and shop. Always busy....and fun!
Enjoyed Nashville and all it offers. So much to see and do if you want. There is live music everywhere! The history is rich and much more than music city! I found the city appealing to over 21 crowd whether young or older! So many...More
Response from Marilynn1972 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the Quality Inn Opryland Area. It was really reasonably priced with restaurants close by. It was beside the Opryland Hotel and by the Grand Ole Opry and shopping center. I too have limited walking ability. We... More
We stayed at the Quality Inn Opryland Area. It was really reasonably priced with restaurants close by. It was beside the Opryland Hotel and by the Grand Ole Opry and shopping center. I too have limited walking ability. We drove to downtown and parked in a parking lot that had handicap parking. In June most of the sidewalks were torn up so hopefully they are completed now. Once you park you can walk around the entire downtown.
Response from SueTravelsOn | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure what you mean by affordable. the Doubletree is about $159 a night. Staying there would allow you to walk to most everything so you will not need a car. If you have a car, this will allow you more choices... More
I am not sure what you mean by affordable. the Doubletree is about $159 a night. Staying there would allow you to walk to most everything so you will not need a car. If you have a car, this will allow you more choices. Also there are Uber, Music City bus, trolley, and a company that gives rides in a golf cart.