Find Your Groove While Exploring Music City
Conveniently located in the Donelson neighborhood, the Country Inn & Suites, Nashville Airport, TN places you just off I-40 and close to Music City’s most popular things to do. Immerse yourself in the area’s legendary live music scene with trips to the Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium, or learn more about music history at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Looking for kid-friendly fun? Spend a morning at the Nashville Zoo, and then head to Opry Mills for some shopping and a wild lunch at Rainforest Cafe.
- Opry Mills (7 miles)
Kids can game at Dave & Buster’s while parents browse more than 200 retail shops at this massive mall. After a day of hunting for bargains, refuel with a stop at on-site restaurants like Rainforest Cafe or Romano’s Macaroni Grill.
Phone: +1 (615) 514-1000
- Nashville Zoo at Grassmere (8.5 miles)
More than 2,200 animals call the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere home. You can walk through an aviary, pet a kangaroo or groom a goat at this popular local attraction.
Phone: +1 (615) 833-1534
- Centennial Park (9.8 miles)
This sprawling 132-acre park features an intricate replica of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, plus walking trails, monuments and museums like the Centennial Art Center.
Phone: +1 (615) 862-8400
Historical Homes and Gardens:
- Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage (8.5 miles)
This National Historic Landmark celebrates and preserves the legacy of President Andrew Jackson. Be sure to explore the property’s mansion, stroll through the gardens, and reflect by Old Hickory’s tomb.
Phone: +1 (615) 889-2941
- Belle Meade Plantation (14 miles)
Take a guided tour or enjoy a wine tasting at Belle Meade Plantation, established in 1807. Set aside an afternoon to explore the property’s mansion, horse stables, mausoleum and log cabin.
Phone: +1 (615) 356-0501
- Cheekwood Estate & Gardens (15 miles)
You can stroll through a dozen themed gardens, admire the works of local artists and order a picnic lunch at this 1930s country estate, formerly owned by the creators of Maxwell House coffee.
Phone: +1 (615) 356-8000
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (7 miles)
Explore the history of country music’s iconic performers through this venue’s artifacts and memorabilia. If the timing is right, catch a live concert while you’re in town.
Phone: +1 (615) 416-2001
- Frist Art Museum (8 miles)
From edgy modern sculptures to World War I Americana, this downtown Nashville art center hosts rotating displays featuring works by local and international artists.
Phone: +1 (615) 244-3340
Sports and Entertainment:
- Nissan Stadium (7.5 miles)
Home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans and the NCAA’s Music City Bowl, Nissan Stadium also welcomes monster truck shows, pro soccer tournaments and music festivals throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (615) 565-4200
- Bridgestone Arena (7.7 miles)
Catch a Nashville Predators hockey game or a top musical act like Lady Antebellum or Katy Perry at Bridgestone Arena.
Phone: +1 (615) 770-2000
- Ryman Auditorium (6.5 miles)
This Nashville institution and one-time home to the Grand Ole Opry hosts a wide range of musical acts throughout the year, from bluegrass to alternative rock. If you don’t have time to attend a concert, take a backstage tour for a look at country music’s heritage.
Phone: +1 (615) 889-3060
- Grand Ole Opry (7 miles)
The world-famous Grand Ole Opry is the place to see unforgettable performances by country legends, today’s stars and emerging talent, often on the same ticket.
Phone: +1 (615) 871-6779
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