Just walking the streets of The District you get that vibe. Feel the excitement. Hear the music. Every corner has a live performer wanting an audience. This is the place where memories are made. There are countless bars and entertainment within walking distance in beautiful downtown Nashville. At the District you can understand why Nashville is called the music city. There are a lot of like tourist shops and small eateries, providing something for everyone. Around the clock, the District is buzzing with activity.
The District is a private non-profit organization dedicated to economy and the community. It recovered three historic districts and their adjoining areas in downtown Nashville. This includes the Broadway, 2nd Avenue Riverfront and Printers Alley. The aim was to improve and stimulate growth, community spirit and civic pride. This helped people in the area hold Nashville’s historic past.
The District has several historical sites:
- Ryman Auditorium
- Fort Nashborough
- Nashville Convention Centre
- Country Music Hall of Fame
- Gaylord Entertainment Centre
- Schermerhorn Symphony Hall
- Titan Stadium
- Wildhorse Saloon
- The visitor centre (for discount coupons & maps)
- River Park
- Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge
- Tennessee Performing Arts Centre
The District Travel Tips
- There are great discount shops here.
- People try to earn money playing songs that you request.
- The District is very clean.
- The people are friendly and the atmosphere great.
- Pirahna's Bar & Grill: American
- Ichiban: Sushi, Japanese
- Mike's Ice Cream: American
- Demos' Steak and Spaghetti House: American
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12.62% of people who visit Nashville include The District in their plan
25% of people start their The District visit around 9 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The District
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The District