Welcome to Music City!
From its very beginnings, Nashville grew from a foundation built on music. Music has been the common thread connecting the life and soul of the city and its people. Visitors venture there to experience the music that weaves such a fundamental pattern in its cultural, business and social fabric.
The experiences extend beyond music though. As the only U.S. city named in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016, Nashville also boasts an innovative food scene, historic attractions, art galleries and more.
Explore VisitMusicCity.com for more information on what to do, see, hear and taste while in Nashville for the 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference.
If cities had soundtracks, Nashville’s would be like no others. It would be a mix of music’s past, present and future with cuts of country, bluegrass, rock, pop, Americana, gospel, classical, jazz and blues, all blending and overlapping in perfect harmony.
Grand Ole Opry
Nothing says “Nashville" like a night at the Grand Ole Opry. What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is today an entertainment phenomenon showcasing a mix of country music greats-- new stars, superstars and legends. Known around the world as "the show that made country music famous," you can count on things happening at the Opry that you just can't see anywhere else.
Country Music Hall of Fame
Kick off your Nashville experience with a day at the newly expanded Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The world's largest popular music museum offers ever-changing exhibits featuring the legends of country music past and today's hottest stars.
Honky Tonk Highway
Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Legends Corner, Second Fiddle, The Stage, Layla's Bluegrass Inn and Robert’s Western World are all experts at serving up cool longnecks and hot country music. You never know who you’ll see in these Lower Broadway clubs in the shadow of the Ryman.
The Jack Daniel Distillery is the oldest registered distillery in the United States and among the most prestigious listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors receive personally-guided tours of the distillery and observe the famous whiskey-making process Mr. Jack Daniel perfected back in 1866.
General Jackson Showboat
The General Jackson Showboat cruises the Cumberland River twice a day and at 300 feet in length, it is one of the largest showboats in the country. It boasts four massive decks with a beautiful two-story Victorian Theater located in the center of the boat where live music shows are performed.
Pinewood Social Bowling Club
Pinewood Social is an innovative concept that allows patrons to transition from morning to noon to night in the same space, expanding the standard restaurant offerings to include a comfortable living room area for working or socializing, six restored wooden bowling lanes from a Bowl-O-Rama in Indiana, and a private dining room.