Nashville's downtown area, which encompasses "The District," is the lifeblood of the city politically, socially and economically. Starting from the west bank of the Cumberland River, downtown stretches west to the Vanderbilt campus and includes such sights as the state capitol, the state supreme court building, Third Financial Center and the Tennessee Convention Center.
See & Do
The quiet city of Nashville loves the tranquil aura that radiates from its Centennial Park. A perfect retreat for avid nature lovers, the park offers a wide range of entertainment and relaxation options for one and all. Take a calming walk in the park, attend cultural events and local fairs, picnic with family and friends or simply lounge around the sprawling green lands.
One of Nashville’s premier steakhouse, Morton’s is where the locals go for the best cut in town. For more than 30 years, Morton's is the steakhouse by which all others are measured. With its USDA prime-aged beef, succulent seafood, fine wines, chilled cocktails, decadent desserts, crisp white linens and exceptional service, Morton’s always gets it right.
Nashville's premier R&B venue caters to the Blues purist. House band "Stacy Mitchhart and Blues You Can Use" and notable guest performers keep it real. Check the calendar or call for upcoming acts and performances. New Orleans-style Cajun cuisine is served nightly until midnight. Don't underestimate the spices, you'll might regret it, if you're not careful. Don't dare leave without tasting the jambalaya and gumbo.
Located in the heart of Music City, your home-away-from-home is just steps away from the Nashville Convention Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the Ryman Auditorium. And just across the street-more honky-tonks then you will ever get to visit in one fun filled evening. Make plans to stay a few extra days to get the true feel of Nashville!
Located across the street from the Bicentennial Mall, this large indoor farmer's market has 100 farm stalls, as well as 100 flea-market stalls. There are also more than a dozen prepared food vendors and gourmet- and imported-food stalls, selling everything from Jamaican meat patties to hundreds of different hot sauces. The market is open daily 8am to 7pm in summer; 9am to 6pm the rest of the year.