Spotlight On Nashville

Music City is ready for its encore. Add Nashville to your travel bucket list and discover a quirky city with a ton of small-town heart. Let the sound of country music lead you down Broadway Street, and get your fix of southern-style hot chicken at one of the city’s many delicious dives.

Travel might have changed, but your Nashville resorts are Vacation Ready, from enhanced cleaning practices to updated safety protocols. Explore this guide to find out what’s open in Nashville right now.

Music Attractions

They don’t call it “Music City” for nothing. From Americana and pop to rock ’n’ roll and, of course, country, Nashville is best known for its iconic music venues. Major tours and festivals are postponed, but you can still explore the city’s rich musical heritage at these top attractions.

Grand Ole Opry

“The Show That Made Country Music Famous” must go on, even without live performances. Explore the famed Opry House on a guided backstage tour instead. To ensure social distancing measures are in place, tours are offered during the day only and for a reduced number of guests.

Ryman Auditorium

The former home of the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium is known as the “Mother Church” of country music. It’s an important pilgrimage for any music lover. The Ryman is now open for self-guided tours during the day, with staff and guests required to practice social distancing.

Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

This popular museum celebrates the entire recorded history of American music. Discover the untold stories of lesser-known musicians who made important contributions to the industry. The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is open and adhering to the city’s updated safety protocols.

The Johnny Cash Museum & Cafe

Dedicated to the life and music of the Man in Black, the Johnny Cash Museum is a must for any fan’s bucket list. Open and operating at 50% capacity, this award-winning museum features the largest collection of items and artifacts devoted to Johnny Cash.

Where To Eat
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken

Hot chicken is the official dish of Nashville, and Hattie B’s is the place to get it. Choose from three locations in the city that each offer self-service patio seating along with to-go and delivery options.

The Pancake Pantry

One of the most famous restaurants in Nashville is The Pancake Pantry, serving up 20 different pancakes and other tasty breakfast options. These fluffy bites of heaven are worth the wait.

Arnold’s Country Kitchen

Arnold’s Country Chicken is an award-winning local spot that serves up the classic “meat and three” during weekday lunches only. Their dining room is open at 50% capacity, but you can also take it to-go.

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