401 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Smack dab in the middle of Lower Broadway, Merchants is a three-level restaurant fashioned from a former hotel built in the 19th century. Stop by this inviting dining room for succulent Southern food and excellent service.

Twelve Thirty Club

550 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Justin Timberlake has arrived on Lower Broadway! The Twelve Thirty Club is a relatively new multi-level experience with live music options as well as a fabulous restaurant called The Supper Club. This is a sexy, well-groomed, black and gold destination that’s making its mark in downtown Nashville.

Acme Feed & Seed

101 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Located at the end of Lower Broadway closest to the river, Acme Feed & Seed is a lively yet not-too-crowded spot for beers, cocktails, good food, and live music. The first floor usually features live music on their main stage, the second floor is a quieter place to have a meal and some conversation, and the rooftop is bustling and has a fantastic view of Broadway. Check the calendar to see who’s playing!

Robert’s Western World

416B Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
A stalwart beacon of old Nashville and country music as it used to be; if you’re looking to escape an overcrowded scene at the other bars on Lower Broadway, Robert’s Western World is where old-time country music can still be found. With live music seven days a week, you will routinely see players on the Robert’s stage who played with greats like Loretta Lynn and Willie Nelson decades ago. These masterful musicians still carry the love of music and keep us two-stepping along at Robert’s.

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge

422 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Tootsie’s is perhaps Broadway’s most famous establishment. Used as the filming location for multiple Hollywood productions, Tootsies’ famous purple exterior can be easily identified at any point along Lower Broad. There’s live music every night on two different levels, and the rooftop has a perfect view of Broadway and downtown Nashville.

Wildhorse Saloon

120 Second Avenue N., Nashville, TN 37203
Looking for line dancing? Just off Broadway on Second Avenue, you’ll find Nashville’s biggest dance floor at Wildhorse Saloon. This is a more family-friendly version of the honky-tonk scene on Broadway proper, with a restaurant and three floors to choose from. The line dance instructors are very friendly and will get you stomping and kicking in no time. Bring your boots if you’ve got ‘em!

Prince’s Hot Chicken

5055 Broadway Place, Nashville, TN 37203
Prince’s is Nashville’s original hot chicken establishment. Legend has it that in the 1930s, Thornton Prince was running around on his girlfriend, who made him some chicken that was extremely hot. She intended the chicken as a punishment; turns out, Thornton loved the heat and found it delicious. Now, Nashville is famous for its hot chicken!

The Red Phone Booth

136 Rosa L Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203
Don’t look for a door; you won’t find one. Instead, step inside the red phone booth and dial the member number to gain entry to this speakeasy cocktail bar and cigar lounge. When you dial the correct number, the doorman will escort you into the lounge, which features a stellar bar and some of Nashville’s best mixologists. Don’t wear your cargo shorts and flip-flops! Again, this swanky club requires a number for entry… I’m sure we can help you out.

The Standard

167 Rosa L Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37203
Impeccable service and history in the walls, The Standard is a gorgeous destination for upscale Southern cooking inside a home built in 1843. The aura is arresting the moment you walk through the door; at The Standard, you can make memories that are unmistakably Nashville.

6th & Peabody 🐾

423 Sixth Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37203
This is the Nashville home of Ole Smoky Distillery, the leading craft distiller of Moonshine, and Yee Haw Brewing Company. Visit this alumni-owned bar and beer garden to enjoy moonshine and craft beer tastings, live entertainment, and casual fare from local staples like White Duck Taco and Daddy’s Dogs.

Country Music Hall of Fame

222 Rep. John Lewis Way S., Nashville, TN 37203
The history of Nashville and the history of country music are inseparable. At the Country Music Hall of Fame, the story of Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Charley Pride, Taylor Swift, and the development of America’s music is told so, so well. The Hall of Fame is not simply a house for old relics, but instead is a living citadel that functions as the heart of country music. An afternoon at the Country Music Hall of Fame is time very well spent.

The Johnny Cash Museum

119 Third Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37201
The Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville makes it obvious why The Man In Black remains one of America’s most iconic figures in pop culture and immediately recognizable images. His museum educates visitors and keeps them enrapt with the tales not only of his music but also his politics and his legendary love story.

Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Ave. N., Nashville, TN 37219
The Ryman Auditorium is deservedly known as “The Mother Church of Country Music.” While it does not host the Grand Ole Opry today, from 1943 to 1974 this sacred and intimate building did stand witness to the rise of a whole array of American icons. To this day, to play the stage at the Ryman is a bucket list item for musicians and performers of all kinds, from Harry Styles to Michelle Obama to Garth Brooks. Catch a show, or take a tour during the day!

National Museum of African American Music

510 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
The National Museum of African American Music is nearly brand new, but its thorough curation and careful stewardship of the story of Black music has been immediately met with great praise and gratitude. Get lost for hours soaking in the indelible influence of gospel music in American culture! Trace the path from Billie Holiday to Aretha Franklin to Whitney Houston to Beyoncé.

Frist Art Museum

919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Housed in Nashville’s old post office building, the Frist Art Museum is a hugely important cultural center for the arts in Nashville. With diverse and sought-after art exhibits from around the globe, this is a wonderful museum in which to take your time and view the art at your own pace!

JW Marriott

201 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203