About The District
The District is the pulse of Downtown Nashville. Beginning on First Avenue, which sits along the Cumberland River, the District is made up of Lower Broadway, Printer?s Alley and Second Avenue. The restaurants, clubs and the music that vibrates through the District have a way of attracting people of all ages, because the ambience of one of the South?s premier cities is contagious. Nashville, also known as Music City, is the home of Country Music, but the District has entertainment for everybody. From the Wild Horse Saloon to the Old Ryman Auditorium, the District is a step back in time with all the modern conveniences. The District offers a downtown trolley or a romantic horse and buggy ride, so the flavor and charm of the architecture and local businesses can be appreciated Southern style. The District is filled with hotels and restaurants that serve a variety of culinary treats. The nightlife along Second Ave has become a famous place to been seen, so it?s not usually to bump into a country star or two in one of the Second Avenue?s clubs or restaurants. Printer?s Alley is one of the oldest areas within the District and it offers exotic entertainment along with the fine dining. Lower Broadway is filled with colorful local shops and Tootsie?s Orchid Lounge still has a reputation for attracting new talent who want to be discovered in Music City. Whether it?s a daytime stroll through the city streets or an evening filled with music and fun, Nashville?s District will be a memory that keeps calling you back for more.