Welcome to Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville isn’t just the center of the country music scene. This city has become a booming business hub and a vibrant metro region in the Southeast. The new convention center and downtown entertainment area have made Nashville a cutting-edge destination of choice.

Local Nashville Office:

470 Metroplex Drive, Suite 202

Nashville, Tennessee 37211

615-613-0423

While You’re Here: Nashville, Tennessee

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As you enjoy your extended stay in Nashville, TN, spend your off time enjoying all that the Music City has to offer. You’ll have no problem finding something you love to keep you busy. Here are the highlights that you won’t want to miss while you’re here…

Local Spot.

Drift back in time at the period-style speakeasy, The Patterson House. At this, laid-back, cozy, book-lined speakeasy, you’ll get to sip on the tastiest of boozy beverages. Chilled-out and accommodating it’s the perfect way to relax post-work. Sink into a plush armchair and opt for a Reverse Tailspin or Jungle Bird as you reflect on another lively night in Music City. It’s the polar opposite of a night on Lower Broadway.

Snack.

Discover Nashville’s staple cuisine at Hattie B’s Hot Chicken. Nashville is renowned for its hot chicken, so you should expect to wait in line at this beloved chicken joint. Hattie B’s serves its chicken at six different spice levels. Grab ranch dressing, pickles and an ice-cold beer to help quench the fire. Don’t forget the piece of white bread under the chicken, either. That’s what soaks up all those delicious spices.

Sip.

Spend your evening unwinding at L27. This rooftop lounge sits twenty-seven floors high above Nashville’s bustling downtown. Featuring a dazzling skyline view, a refreshing outdoor terrace for fresh air and light bites, frequent live music, a cozy indoor lounge for intimate conversation and well-crafted cocktails, be prepared to stay awhile.

See.

The Grand Ole Opry is the world’s longest-running radio show, with a history stretching all the way to its conception in 1925. The show was also credited with bringing country music to the mainstream, putting Nashville right in the heart of this musical movement. You can catch a live recording of the famous show every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evening, with at least eight performers on each night’s bill. If you’re a particularly big fan, consider the pre-show VIP Tour, which ends with you on stage as the big red curtain rises for the first performance.

Be transported to ancient Greece at The Parthenon. The Parthenon is a full scale replica of the original Athenian building and statue found in Greece. It features a statue of Athena that stands at 42 feet. This is the main focus of the incredible sight. The Parthenon is used by the city of Nashville as an art museum with 63 paintings from 19th and 20th century American artists adorn the walls for all to see.

Stroll.

The Cumberland River in Nashville has long had a bridge running over it, but for many years it sat there unused. In 2003 the bridge was reopened and named the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. The bridge is 960 meters in length and is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world. During the last refurbishment the bridge had a center lane created that is fifteen feet across and is dedicated to bicycles. A great time to admire the bridge is at night as it is always dramatically lit which makes it stand out for miles around.