Community Highlights

  • On Average 205 Days of Sun/Year
  • Parks: Centennial Park, Cumberland Park, Edwin Warner/Percy Warner Park, and more!
  • 693,000 Residents
  • Golf Courses: Harpeth Hills Golf Course, Gaylord Springs Golf Links, Hermitage Golf Course
  • Grocery stores: Whole Foods, Sprouts, Trader Joe’s, and more!
  • World-famous Music City!

About Nashville, TN

Music City is FULL of history, entertainment, must-see landmarks, music, and countless hidden gems. It’s one of the top tourist stops in the USA – come see for yourself why! And not only that, Nashville makes for an incredible place to live.

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River Amidst Buildings Against Sky During Sunset in Nashville Tennessee

Nashville Skyline from John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge


Music City has a unique vibe complete with shopping, dining, and nightlife options that offer a taste of Nashville’s eclectic diversity. From fine dining and luxury shopping, all the way to local boutiques and artisan shops, you’ll find no shortage of options in Music City. Our city is known for its famous Nashville hot chicken, barbeque, and of course, the chance to catch a glimpse of a famous artist or celebrity!

When it comes to eating and shopping, the variety of neighborhoods and districts truly provides something for everyone. Located in the heart of downtown, Fifth + Broadway is the newest hotspot for eating and retail. If upscale shopping is more your speed, the Green Hills Mall is just what you’re looking for. East Nashville and 12 South are home to curated boutiques, vintage shops, and statement wardrobe pieces. The Gulch offers a good mix of local boutiques and big-name stores, while Germantown has a thriving indie retail scene.


We couldn’t agree more with Visit Music City in saying that creativity is the heart and soul of Nashville. There’s truly never a shortage of things to do! From new sounds that fill our speakers to old songs that fill our hearts, the city has musical attractions to honor both past and present. Even the creative community spills out in the form of art galleries, theaters, and performance stages. Step back into time to learn about Nashville’s history or explore one of the many museums to discover artifacts, memorabilia, and more.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Photo by Matthew LeJune

Theater with people watching a concert in Nashville

Live concert - Nashville, TN

Photo by William King

In our city you can learn to ice skate, take a dip at Nashville Shores, hit the trails on your mountain bike, and even learn to sail at the Hamilton Creek Sailboat Marina. For our sports buffs, grab tickets to a Tennessee Titans football game, Nashville Sounds baseball game, Nashville Predators hockey game, or a Nashville Soccer Club match. And of course, kick up your dancin’ shoes at Nashville’s famous honky tonks for a night out on Broadway. From music, culture, art, history, sports, and everything in between, we invite you to come see what the Nashville hype is all about.


The Metro Nashville Public Schools district is the nation’s 42nd largest. Nashville is also home to multiple private schools and higher education institutes such as Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Lipscomb University, and Tennessee State University just to name a few.

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Things to do in Nashville

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