Things to do in Nashville
The Westin Nashville is centrally located to provide the ultimate experience of the city’s vibrant entertainment district. Adjacent to Music City Center—Nashville’s premier convention center—the hotel is also just steps from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Lower Broadway, and Bridgestone Arena, home of the NHL’s Nashville Predators.
Where southern hospitality meets upscale charm.
Music City Center
201 5th Avenue South | 0.3 miles
With over two million square feet of space, there is truly something for everyone at Nashville's Music City Center. Whether you're looking for a unique dining experience, an enthralling music scene, or even sports, you are sure to find it at the Music City Center.
501 Broadway | 0.1 mile
Located just a short walk from the hotel, Bridgestone Arena hosts a wide variety of events year round, in addition to being the home of the renowned hockey team, the Nashville Predators.
Visit Broadway to truly experience the energy and excitement that is Nashville. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds the city's premiere music district, where you'll find Honky Tonk Highway featuring a wide variety of music venues and restaurants.
Country Music Hall of Fame
222 5th Avenue South | 0.4 miles
One of the world's largest museums, the Country Music Hall of Fame protects over 2.5 million artifacts of American country music. Explore 35,000 square feet of sound, video, and interactive exhibits and make your trip to Nashville one you'll never forget.
The Johnny Cash Museum
3rd Avenue South | 0.6 miles
Celebrate the life and work of the music icon, Johnny Cash. Walk through the unique red brick museum, and stop by the Cafe located inside for a one-of-a-kind museum experience.
West End Avenue | 1.8 miles
Ranked number 15 in the nation, Vanderbilt is a private research university in Nashville. Take in beautiful architecture on campus and learn about the university's roots during your stay.
Grand Ole Opry
Opryland Drive | 11 miles
The Grand Ole Opry is a concert stage that hosts weekly concerts in Nashville. Since its beginnings in 1925, The Grand Ole Opry has hosted nearly every major name in country music. Be sure to find out who will be performing during your stay at The Westin Nashville.
First Tennessee Park
19 Junior Gilliam Way | 1.5 miles
First Tennessee Park is new to Nashville, only having opened in 2015. Located in downtown Nashville, the Park is a minor league baseball park home to the Triple-A Nashville Sounds of the Pacific Coast League.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
401 Gay Street | 1.3 miles
A museum honoring recording artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Hal Blaine, Elvis, and The Beach Boys - among many others. Open Mondays - Saturdays.
Yazoo Brewing Company
910 Division Street | 0.6 miles
Have a unique brewery experience at Yazoo Brewing Company. Fans of "hoppy" beer will love a variety of craft brews available. Take a tour and learn all about Yazoo.
919 Broadway | 0.4 miles
The Frist Center for Visual Arts is the region's primary art museum, featuring art deco pieces from the area and around the world. Schedule a tour to see all of the incredible works housed by the Frist Center.
- Grand Ole Opry
- Honky Tonks (Lower Broadway)
- Bridgestone Arena
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- First Tennessee Park, home of the Nashville Sounds
- Music City Center
- Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
- The Frist Center for the Visual Arts
- Yazoo Brewing Company
- The Johnny Cash Museum & Cafe
- Vanderbilt University