The Nashville Public Square spreads over 5 acres and is possibly the most visited spot in the city. With a great central location, this square has a colossal underground parking lot which serves both impressed visitors and court house employees. Large lawns and fountains add to the beauty and provide a beautiful backdrop, especially on concert days.
Opened to the public in 1996, the Bridgestone Arena is a multi purpose arena that can seat up to 20,000 people, depending upon the nature of the event. Music concerts, basketball games, religious programs, theater, ice hockey, film awards and much more are held here. Million dollar renovations in 2007 have made this arena highly sought after by national and international event organizers. Check website for details.
The museum contains one of the world's largest showcase displays featuring hundreds of personal items from Willie and his many friends. Visit and you'll see tributes to Patsy Cline, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Faron Young, Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce, Marty Stuart, Connie Smith, Jeannie Seely and many other country music legends. The space also features Nashville's largest souvenir store where you'll find "one stop shopping" for all of your Nashville, Willie Nelson and country music related souvenirs.
1 Symphony Place Nashville, TN 37201 +1 615 687 6611
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center opened in September 2006 as the first permanent home for the Nashville Symphony. The hall, which was named after the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, is used for symphony performances as well as a variety of other concert events throughout the year. The hall includes a variety of innovative designs which add to the ambiance of the symphony. Specially designed windows provide natural interior light, and movable banners and panels provide the ideal acoustics for a variety of musical genres. The convertible seating system can transform from rows of raked seating perfect for performances to a level, hardwood ballroom floor for cabaret-style events and jazz concerts. The beautiful symphony center is a wonderful addition to music city.
The Cathedral of Praise is a beautiful church that welcomes you with it's classic red bricked appearance. Although thats nothing compared to the welcome you get from it's members. Bringing community together, teaching love and mutual respect, understanding and the experiencing God personally through the baptism of the Holy Spirit; are some of the things that strike you about this church.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is a wonderful place for art lovers. The center educates visitors on art and hopes it will bring about an interest in the community on the subject. The architecture is beautiful and the interiors and decor lend the space a very upscale elite ambiance and it frequently hosts art exhibitions. At the Frist Center, there is also a fabulous gift shop, where one can purchase memorabilia and other items and an excellent cafe where one can savor some delightful dishes and sip on coffee. Admission is free for students who are 18 and below.
1305 Clinton Street Nashville, TN 37203 +1 615 327 1010
The name Marathon Village immediately rings a bell. It is home of the Marathon Motor Works-name of Nashville's early automotive fame and the name of the village Barry Walker resurrected. This place boasts of unique architecture, a complex of artists' and photographers' studios, offices, a radio station, a brewery and a fitness center. Marathon Village also offers commercial spaces for your events, performances, or anything that needs a venue space.
The Downtown Presbyterian Church is an extremely charming and historic church located in the city of Nashville. On entering this church one is awestruck by its amazing architecture and beauty. With beautifully colored pillars, wonderful wall designs, large dome and a massive seating area, this church is an architectural delight. The Presbyterian Church also encompasses a Fellowship Hall, A History Room, A Parlor and a Nursery within its premises. Wedding Ceremonies and Religious events are held here and it is definitely a place rich in history, making it worth a visit on a sight-seeing trip.
1700 Baptist World Center Drive Nashville, TN 37207 +1 615 228 6292
Located in Nashville, Baptist World Center promotes the word of God through Praise and Worship. Part of the National Baptist Convention, this centre has been used to host a number of conferences, meeting and spiritual missions. The exterior of the church looks like an old house and inside it has a wooden finish with a statue of Jesus Christ atop the altar. This center's aim is to thank God for what he has given them by praising him through holy services and the gospel.
Grace Apostolic Church is not just a place of worship but also a spacious complex complete with administrative offices, classrooms, kitchens, dining areas, gymnasium, auditorium and childcare center. Dr. Elder Boyd has made remarkable contributions to community service, education and imparting the gospel to people from all walks of life. The ministries at Grace include H.E.A.L, Your Ministry, Sisters of Virtue which are actively involved in public welfare.
Cool down at Nashville's hottest water theme park. Ride the
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Besides serving as an auditorium for events and the like,
The Nashville War Memorial Auditorium is also an important and well recognized historical landmark. Overseen by TPAC, the auditorium is used for events, productions, performances, concerts and even private ...
Before you tour the Music City, you need a game
plan. That's why this handy information center inside the Nashville Arena should be your first stop. The friendly, knowledgeable staff will help you plan activities in the city and ...