WELCOME TO MUSIC CITY
From its iconic southern food and rich musical tradition to beautiful public parks and historic sites, it's no wonder Nashville is considered one of America's great cities!
RISE is more than world-class education; it's your opportunity to explore, recharge, and have some fun. To help plan your visit, we've compiled a list of activities to keep you busy.
Music and Entertainment
Located in the heart of Nashville's Music Row and featuring interactive exhibits and an incredible collection of memorabilia, the Country Music Hall of Fame is a must-see for any music lover.
The Grand Ole Opry is the longest-running radio broadcast in U.S. history. Located just minutes from the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, visitors can tour the Opry and take in a live show.
The original cathedral of country music, the Ryman was home to the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. Today, this classic music hall remains one of the most venerable performance venues in Nashville.
Out and About in Nashville
Nashville offers a free MTA bus service called Music City Circuit. The Music City Circuit collectively stops at many key Nashville destinations, including Bridgestone Arena, the Schermerhorn, the Ryman, TPAC, the Nashville Farmers’ Market, the Country Music Hall of Fame, First Tennessee Park, and the Frist Museum.
Old Town Trolley Tours offers a variety of options for exploring downtown, including hop-on/hop-off tours.