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With live music of every genre being performed any night of the week, more than 180 recording studios, and some 5,000 working musicians, Nashville is known the world over as Music City.
Music put Nashville on the map, but it's not our only claim to fame. From two major-league sports teams, to an extensive park system, to world-renowned attractions such as the Parthenon and the Ryman Auditorium, the Nashville region has something to keep everyone entertained. We invite you to stay awhile and enjoy our famous Southern hospitality. Who knows -- you might even run into a celebrity!
Nashville was ranked among the top 50 "adventure towns" in the U.S. by National Geographic. To determine this list, the magazine examined destinations with "an ideal mix of terrain, activity, and opportunity." Nashville's 10,500 acres of urban parks, combined with a hot dining, entertainment and professional sports scene, secured the city a spot alongside such cities as Chicago, Austin and Albuquerque.
- National Geographic, September 2007
Click on the pictures above to see a listing of Chamber members in the travel and hospitality industries, including attractions, lodging, shopping/retail, restaurants, live music venues, sports and more.
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Photos courtesy Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation.
What's Happening in Nashville?
Two great resources for finding out what's happening in the Nashville area are the Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau and NowPlayingNashville.com.
- Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau - brands, sells and markets Nashville, Music City, to the world as a premier entertainment destination for travelers who seek authentic and unique leisure and convention experiences.
- NowPlayingNashville.com - a simple, one-stop source for information about all the performances, venues, exhibitions, sports, recreation and community events that are happening year-round