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Music Row

16th/17th Ave. South - Division Street and Music Square, Nashville, TN
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This section of 16th Ave. serves as the headquarters of America's country music industry.
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16th/17th Ave. South - Division Street and Music Square, Nashville, TN
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Reviewed yesterday

This was a neat area to visit and see all of the recording studios that we've heard about. The street is lined with studio after studio and my kids really enjoyed finding the ones they knew.

Thank amarion
Reviewed 2 days ago

Enjoyed visiting the studio area.Had a tour of Studio B where Elvis recorded. Nice tour. Also saw where Dylan recorded with the 'Nashville Cats' !!

Thank Kevin T
Reviewed 4 days ago

Music Row seems to be the place where the music business hangs with studios and offices. We walked around it and ended up finding some really cool bars. One of them was full of old arcade machines and the staff were super helpful with tourist...More

Thank Rmuzik
Reviewed 1 week ago

When we traveled to Nashville -our trip was to see QUEEN In Concert -already stated the awesome show they put on. Great music Bridgestone Arena Acoustic's were superb-- But do not fail to take a LOT of time and explore Music Row--Must be 20-30 Bars...More

Thank DandyDon21
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well I dont know how to explain music row I expected more but you cannot go into any of the studios except for RCA Studio B which you have to go to the CMOF to buy a ticket . Its just really a bunch of...More

Thank jakefromstatefarm101
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did a driving tour of music row. We originally were going to park and walk around, but it was pouring rain. Nevertheless, it was cool to see all of the record labels. Most of them had big banners out front, bragging about their artists'...More

Thank rcw923
Reviewed 1 week ago

you can't walk anywhere without hearing music. So many different styles and artists. Plus historic references

Thank Heather H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

All you do is drive down the street and look at studios with signs of individuals who are recording. There was construction in late July when we visited so it was a little confusing trying to maneuver. I am not sure if you can take...More

Thank FamilyFunWith6
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on a Friday night and every bar we went to was slammed! Slammed to the point of frustration! Slammed to the point that a so called lady tried to punch me as she couldn't get in front of me to get a drink....More

Thank Jennylee72
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did several tours of Music Row because there is a lot to see. We did the guided tour on the hop on hop off bus. This is the only way to see Music Row. While on tour we were shown all the studios including...More

1  Thank Pylon12
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9 March 2017|
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Response from Ken Q | Reviewed this property |
Hi, If it's your first visit to Nashville and you are Country Music fans then take one of the tour buses as it is a quick and easy way to see the sights of the city. Or just spend a few hours on Broadway. Great music in all... More
23 May 2016|
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Response from Phylretired2008 | Reviewed this property |
I have never done a walking tour, but I have walked the whole town, on an Urban Hike. There is an "on and off" bus tour that would be good. Nashville runs green and blue circuit busses all around downtown Nashville and The... More