Cvent Header logo

UNSUPPORTED BROWSER

You are currently using an unsupported web browser.

Supported Browsers

We support the latest versions of these browsers:

If you have any problems while attempting to download a browser, you should contact your organization’s system administrator.

For any questions related to Cvent, feel free to contact our Customer Care team.

Nashville, TN Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 169
Total Sleeping Rooms 26,694
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 2,888
Committable Meeting Rooms* 123
Convention Center Space 2,162,386 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 353,143 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 353,143 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $170
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $59
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $295
*Maximum for a single hotel

Nashville, TN Things to Do and Attractions

Adventure Science Center

Adventure Science Center offers more than 60 interactive stations and exhibits, including Bodyquest and Mission Possible, which explores how science and medicine interact to help the physically disabled. Guests can also pilot a three-minute

... Read More

Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art

Visit Website

The 55-acre Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art once served as the former estate for the Cheek family of the Maxwell House coffee brand. Made public in 1960, Cheekwood houses the original estate gardens, including Japanese, herb, perennial,

... Read More

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Visit Website

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, located on the west bank of the Cumberland River, has been in operation since 1967. Easily recognizable by its modern exterior resembling piano keys, the museum tells the story of country music through video

... Read More

General Jackson Showboat

Visit Website

The 300-foot-long General Jackson Showboat is a paddlewheel riverboat that offers great dining and entertainment cruises along the Cumberland River. The boat consists of four decks and the two-story majestic Victorian Theater. Evening cruises are

... Read More

Jack Daniel Distillery

Just over an hour's drive from Nashville, the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg is the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Guests to the distillery can catch a first-hand look at the whiskey-making process or enjoy one of the weekly

... Read More

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

The 200-acre Nashville Zoo at Grassmere features hundreds of animals from around the globe, including such visitor favorites as African elephants, Bengal tigers and red pandas. Habitats include the Giraffe Savannah, Alligator Cove and Lorikeet

... Read More

Opry Entertainment Complex

Visit Website

The Opry Entertainment Complex houses four entertainment venues: the legendary Grand Ole Opry House, Acuff Theatre, Opry Museum and the Opry Plaza. As one of Nashville's most popular attractions, the Opry is dedicated to honoring country music's past

... Read More

Ryman Auditorium

Visit Website

Built in 1892, the Ryman Auditorium, known as the Mother Church of Country Music, was the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. The Ryman underwent a full restoration in 1994, and today is a premier entertainment venue and museum. Visitors

... Read More

Tennessee State Capitol

Opened in 1859, the Greek Revival-style Tennessee State Capitol houses the governor's office; State Archives; Tennessee Supreme Court; assembly rooms for the House of Representatives and Senate; and offices for the secretary of state, treasurer and

... Read More

Tennessee State Museum

The Tennessee State Museum occupies 120,000 total square feet, housing exhibits dedicated to the history of Tennessee, ranging from prehistoric Indian cultures to the early 1900s. Permanent exhibits include the First Tennesseans, Frontier, Age of

... Read More

The Hermitage

The Hermitage, the 1837 mansion of seventh president Andrew Jackson, is the most authentic presidential home in the United States. The 1,100-acre plantation is home to the Jackson family mansion, formal garden, slave quarters and original log cabin

... Read More

The Parthenon

Visit Website

Located in Nashville's Centennial Park, the Parthenon is the world's only full-scale replica of the original Greek Parthenon and home of the city's art museum. The Parthenon's 42-foot-tall Athena statue replica is the largest indoor sculpture in the

... Read More

Acorn Restaurant

Visit Website

Located in Nashville's West End neighborhood, the Acorn serves fine contemporary American fare infused with Italian, French, Mediterranean and Asian flavors. The restaurant's warm, comfortable interior is accented by candles and rich colors, while

... Read More

B.B. King's Blues Club and Restaurant

Nashville's B.B. King's Blues Club and Restaurant is one of the city's largest music venues, featuring live music seven nights a week. It is also "the place" to enjoy delicious Creole cuisine. B.B. King's features one main dining room with six

... Read More

Flyte World Dining & Wine

Serving an eclectic fusion menu, featuring organic produce and free-range meats, Flyte takes great care in pairing entrees to its impressive wine and beer menu. Flyte's exposed-beam interior is complemented with rich reds, elegant table settings and

... Read More

Radius10

Located in Nashville's Gulch neighborhood, the glossy Radius10 serves eclectic modern American cuisine. The restaurant's interior is marked by white poured-concrete columns, shiny metal piping, open kitchen bar seating and all-white tables and

... Read More

Wildhorse Saloon

One of Nashville's most famous locales, Wildhorse Saloon is a 66,000-square-foot restaurant, bar, concert site, dance venue and TV studio that welcomes more than 1.5 million guests per year. Tables are arranged on the floor facing the stage; its

... Read More
 
See a problem with this listing? Report an Issue