Our hotel is in a great location if you’re looking to check out lots of different things to do in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Days Inn Nashville Saint Thomas West Hospital has spacious rooms and the amenities you want, including complimentary continental breakfast and free parking. Our hotel is within walking distance of local restaurants and right off of Interstate-40 so you can get around the city with ease. There’s a downtown Nashville attraction for everyone, whether you’re interested in catching a sports game or a country concert.
Bridgestone Arena is home to the Nashville Predators and large scale concerts, but Ryman Auditorium is better known as the country music venue in this town. One of the many fun things to do in downtown Nashville is visit the auditorium where the famous radio station, Grand Ole Opry, was born and broadcasted across 30 states. This venue still hosts country, folk, and rock concerts in addition to musical theater due to their excellent acoustics. Other downtown Nashville attractions include the annual Antiques & Garden Show and the CMA Festival in June. There’s lots of exciting things to do when you’re visiting downtown Nashville, Tennessee!
Come hear live music downtown on Lower Broadway! Nashville’s country music industry lives here, with recording studios and bars rubbing shoulders. There are plenty of restaurants and clubs in this historic district.
The Historic Studio B is open for tours, so you can walk the same halls as Elvis Presley and Dolly Parton. This entertainment district is the perfect place to experience Nashville nightlife.
The streets of Music Row are named after country music stars, and Owen Bradley Park has a statue of its namesake seated at a piano. Music Row has become synonymous with country and gospel music as a whole, enticing artists to come perform where the genre was born.
Ride the Hop-On-Hop-Off trolley for a tour of Music Row for anecdotes from history and learn about all the different record labels that reside here. Stroll through music history and wander amongst beautiful historic homes!
Catch a Nashville Predators game at Bridgestone Arena! This all-purpose venue hosts NHL games, college basketball, and the CMA Awards. There’s not a bad seat in the house and lots of great bars and restaurants in the surrounding area. Nashville’s favorite entertainment and sports venue seats:
Stop at Tavern ’96 for lunch or a drink before an event. Bridgestone Arena is also available for booking for conventions, meetings, and special occasions.
Antiques & Garden Show: Come hear from designers, media personalities, and landscape experts at this annual show. The Antiques & Garden Show is held every February with special events and convention booths to tour. Spend a beautiful afternoon at the show that brims with Nashville hospitality.
Music City Bowl: Come be a part of the roar of the crowd! This American college football game is held at Nissan Stadium in the post-season annually. The Music City Bowl is the underdog’s game to win, with a history of upsets between representatives of the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference.
Rock & Roll Marathon: Music and running have always gone hand in hand. The Rock & Roll Marathon lines each course with live bands and cheerleaders so each mile is a completely different experience. There’s a distance for everyone, whether you’re ready to run 5K or a full marathon. Nashville’s course runs from Lower Broadway to the finish line at LP Field.
CMA Festival: The biggest names in country come home to Nashville every June for the Country Music Association Festival. Celebrate four days packed full of performances! Visitors travel from all over the world to hear over 400 performers and try to get an autograph or two. There are ticketed and free performances, available so come out for country music’s largest annual celebration!