Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee

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116 5th Ave North

Nashville, Tennessee

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(615) 458-8700

http://www.ryman.com/

  • 2 mentions in Which is a perfect city for a short break?

    • Nan M.

      Nan M. said, "...Music Hall of Fame. Check out the Honky Tonk Central on Broadway. Also a Johnny Cash Museum downtown. Go to the Ryman Auditorium, they are always having shows there. If you like country music you will have a good time. Check..." See More

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...to eat, and a friend that lives there with a recommendation. If you are looking for a large musical venue, then Ryman Auditorium, or Grand Ole Opry are my top two. I have a unique memory of seeing The Smashing Pumpkins..." See More

  • 1 mention in Nearby small towns or outdoor areas?

    • James H.

      James H. said, "...have to update myself on it, also try to visit Broadway Street Nashville and the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, also the Ryman Auditorium until they moved years back to Briley Parkway. I know that there are tours that take you to all..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good entertainment in Nashville

    • Dennis G.

      Dennis G. said, "...Start and end with "Tootsie's Orchid Lounge." (Make sure you try going in the rear entrance in the alley beside the Ryman Auditorium a.k.a the original Grand Ol' Opry.)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Bachelorette weekend for late 20's / early 30's group in Nashville, TN

    • Tony G.

      Tony G. said, "...will be in the home of country music. If going in the Winter you must try to get seats at 'the Ryman Auditorium '. The building dates back to the late eighteen hundreds , and at one time housed a Christian church...." See More

  • 1 mention in What are some must sees in Nashville during the weekend

    • Caleb W.

      Caleb W. said, "...in the area (it's an easy loop through the hotel).Keeping with the music sites and everything 'Music City', we recommend the Ryman Auditorium back in downtown Nashville, which was the original Grand Ole Opry House (still has the pews inside). Look up..." See More

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