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Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee TN


Broadway is the main street in Nashville where you can go to hear live country music. There is the dark and narrow honky tonk bar called Robert's Western World, which has a long history in the music world. Behind Robert's Western World, on 5th Ave, stands the red brick Ryman Auditorium, formerly the Grand Ole Opry House, where the local country music radio program hosted the greatest country music stars for thirty years starting in 1943.
For a bar and grill with live music and large windows looking out in both directions, check out Honky Tonk Central, where kids can listen to the music too.
The Johnny Cash Museum is diagonally behind this restaurant, on 3rd Ave.
The Country Music Hall of Fame, in a grand modern building, is two blocks south of Broadway, on 5th Ave.
If you walk three blocks east on Broadway you will come to the Riverfront on the Cumberland River, where grassy steps provide a spot to take in the views.
While in Nashville, take your kids to Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, where they can do an audio tour just for kids- very fun and relaxing!


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Live music inside Honky Tonk Central.
Live music inside Honky Tonk Central.
Broadway, near 4th Ave.
Broadway, near 4th Ave.
Visitors walk along Broadway at midday.
Visitors walk along Broadway at midday.
Historic buildings on Broadway.
Historic buildings on Broadway.


The main live music venues are on the 300 and 400 block of Broadway.
Honky Tonk Central, 329 Broadway, Nashville TN 37201, call (615) 742-9095.
Robert's Western World, 416 Broadway, Nashville TN 37203, call (615) 244-9552.
Johnny Cash Museum, 119 3rd Ave S, Nashville TN 37201, call (615) 256-1777. Open 8am-7pm. Closed certain holidays (call first). Admission is $16 for adults, $15 for seniors and military, $12 for youth aged 6-15.
Country Music Hall of Fame, 222 5th Ave S, Nashville TN 37203, call (615) 416-2001. Open daily 9-5. Closed Jan 1, Thanksgiving day (fourth Thurs in Nov), Dec 24, and Dec 25. Admission is expensive: $25 for adults, $22 for seniors, military, and students, and $15 for youth aged 6-12.

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Last Updated: Sun, 20 Sep 2015 21:51:44 GMT