Nearby Attractions

Explore Nashville’s Sights And Sounds

JW Marriott Nashville is conveniently located with a two-mile radius of the city’s most treasured landmarks, including the brand-new Music City Center, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Schermerhorn Symphony Center and The Ryman Auditorium.

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101 Broadway, Nashville

Acme Feed & Seed

A historic downtown gem, Acme offers a little bit of everything: honky-tonk tunes and street fare; a lounge with sushi bar and craft cocktails; private event space; and a rooftop bar.

Don’t miss:

  • The skyline views
  • Acme Farm Store souvenirs
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1711 Division Street, Nashville

The Catbird Seat

With just 22 seats, this award-winning restaurant is one of Nashville’s hottest culinary tickets. Go online to score your spot 30 days in advance.

Don’t miss:

  • An intimate, interactive dining experience 
  • The nine-course tasting menu
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210 Almond Street, Nashville

The Farm House

Savor the Southern farm-to-fork fare of chef Trey Cioccia in this popular new downtown restaurant featuring soaring ceilings and reclaimed wood tables.

Don’t miss:

  • Fresh-picked veggies directly from the chef’s garden
  • Bourbon-based cocktails
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809 Ewing Avenue, Nashville

Tennessee Brew Works

Located steps from the hotel, Tennessee Brew Works serves up craft beer brewed onsite alongside artisan cuisine.

Don’t miss:

  • Live music on Wednesdays through Saturdays
  • Saturday brewery tours
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2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville

Grand Ole Opry

Called “country’s most famous stage,” the Grand Ole Opry showcases a dynamic line-up of new stars, superstars, and country music legends.

Don’t miss:

  • Three different backstage tours
  • Headliners almost nightly
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4104 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville

Bluebird Cafe

As seen on the ABC hit “Nashville,” this storied listening room is legendary among Nashville’s accomplished and up and coming songwriters.

Don’t miss:

  • Country music legends
  • Scoring a seat at the bar
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116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville

The Ryman Auditorium

Known as “the Mother Church of Country Music,” the historic Ryman Auditorium is a treasured landmark and the birthplace of bluegrass.

Don’t Miss:

  • A chance to record a song in the Ryman Recording Studio
  • Take a self-guided tour or guided backstage tour
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433 Opry Mills Drive, Nashville

Opry Mills

Tennessee’s largest outlet shopping center, Opry Mills is home to more than 200 stores, plus restaurants and entertainment venues.

Don’t miss:

  • The new Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
  • A world-class entertainment stage
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132 2nd Avenue North, Nashville

Nashville Cowboy

No trip to Nashville is complete without scoring your first (or fiftieth) pair of cowboy boots. Even if you’re not in the market, this leather-scented showplace will set your toes tapping.

Don’t miss:

  • An incredible selection of top brands
  • Top-notch fit specialists
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2601 12th Ave S, Nashville

Imogene + Willie

A converted Nashville gas station is home to this retail hotspot for denim lovers. These vintage-soft beauties are made right onsite.

Don’t miss:

  • A chance to spot visiting celebs
  • Finding your new favorite pair of blue jeans
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Nissan Stadium

NFL Tennessee Titans

Nashville’s NFL home team, the Titans square off against powerhouse teams including the Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, and Chicago Bears.

Don’t miss:

  • Ten home games in the 2017 season
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Bridgestone Arena

NHL Nashville Predators

Love hockey? Catch one of the Predators’ 41 home games from October through April.

Don’t miss:

  • Edge-of-your-seat excitement
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Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon

Held each spring, Nashville’s marathon benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Events include a traditional 26.2 mile event, half-marathon, 5K, mile and “Kids Rock” run.

Don’t miss:

  • Commemorative swag
  • A race route lined with live music