Music City Lofts is conveniently located from several coffee shops, cafes, and restaurants for all dining needs. Dunn Bros Coffee is situated directly across the street from the hotel, and a short walk away is H.G. Hill Urban Market and Metropolitan Wines for groceries and wine.
Otherwise known as 'The Music City,' Nashville has a rich heritage of music and entertainment and is home to legendary country music venues such as the Grand Ole Opry House, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the historic Ryman Auditorium. The District is world-renowned for its famous honky-tonks, dive bars, and dance halls, which draw crowds from around the world to experience the vibrant creativity of this community.
Nashville resonates with life and vibrates to every kind of music, and there are myriad activities and attractions to enjoy throughout the year. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the world's largest popular music museum and is home to a dynamic collection of exhibits and displays featuring the past legends of country music and today's most popular stars.
Head to Nashville's Centennial Park to visit the Parthenon, a magnificent reproduction of the ancient temple in Athens in Greece, which houses Alan LeQuire's Athena Parthenos, a breathtaking 42-foot high indoor sculpture, the LeQuire Gallery and a museum.
Take a tour of the world-renowned Music Row, the famous studios where Elvis, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton and Chet Atkins all recorded their classic hits and enjoy a Songwriters-In-the-Round Show where you can experience some of Nashville's greatest music. Take in a show at one of the city's popular music venues such as the Bluebird Cafe and The Listening Room Cafe in the downtown district.
Summer and spring in Nashville bring a plethora of concerts and outdoor events including the Musician's Corner at Centennial Park, Live on the Green at Public Square Park, Bluebird on the Mountain, Full Moon Pickin' Parties at the Percy Warner Park Equestrian Center, and concerts at the Ascend Amphitheater at the Riverfront Park.
Other excellent attractions to visit include the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in the Nashville Municipal Auditorium, the Johnny Cash Museum, the George Jones Museum and the Ryman Auditorium, otherwise known as the 'Mother Church of Country Music.' Don't miss a star-studded performance at the Ryman Auditorium every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday night when the stars of the Grand Ole Opry perform.
Visit the Honky Tonk Highway, a street packed with buzzing bars and toe-tapping music venues, such as The Stage, Second Fiddle, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and Legend's Corner where you can sit back and relax with a drink and soak up some of Nashville's best sounds.
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162 4th Ave N, Nashville, Tennessee 3721, Phone: 855-510-5444