Downtown Nashville Community & Neighborhoods
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Downtown Nashville Community Profile
An Overview of the Downtown Nashville community and its eight neighborhoods, located in the heart of Davidson County.
The Sobro Neighborhood, located just south of Lower Broadway, encompasses eight city blocks and is one of Nashville's fastest changing neighborhoods.
The Gulch Community has played an important part Nashville's Railroad History and,throughout the years, it has continued to grow while continually representing it's unique historical roots and origins.
North Capitol Neighborhood
The North Capitol Neighborhood has played an important part Nashville's History throughout the years from Nashville's earliest days to the capitol Hill redevelopment to being home to the Tennessee State Capitol.
Tour of the North Capitol Neighborhood
There's no mistaking when you've entered the North Capitol neighborhood because this Nashville neighborhood is home to the Tennessee State Capitol.
Metro Nashville Public Schools: The Hillsboro Cluster List
A listing of the Metro Nashville Public Schools located in the Hillsboro School Cluster.
Metro Nashville Public Schools: The Maplewood Cluster List
A listing of the Metro Nashville Public Schools located in the Maplewood School Cluster.
Downtown Nashville's Urban Condos
Explore some of Downtown Nashville's Coolest Urban Condos, from hi-rise to low-rise, in the downtown communities of Sobro, Rolling Mills, North Capitol, Rutledge Hill and the Gulch.
Walking Tour of the Bicentennial State Capitol Mall
The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, one of Nashville's hidden gems. This 19 acre park was built in honor of Tennnessee's 200th year of statehood and offers visitors a serene and captivating look into Tennessee history at every turn.
Walking Tour of Lower Broad
Walking tour of Nashville's lower broad with images and descriptions of the many interesting places that Nashville has to offer.
Historic Printers Alley
Take a look into the Back Door of Nashville to see its first Entertainment Hotspot. For over a Century offering satisfaction to the weary traveler seeking Wine, Women, and Song with a shade of Naughty.
Marathon Motor Works
Read about the historical importance of the short lived "Marathon Motor Works", whose turn of the century automobiles held the distinction of being the only car made entirely in the south until the 1980's
Top Country Music Related Places to Visit in Downtown Nashville
If you want to have a heel kicking good time in Nashville, there is no better place than to go than downtown Nashville. Join us as we take a tour of Lower Broadway, and visit some of Nashville's Favorite Places to get you into the Honky-Tonk mood.
Tennessee State Capitol
The Tennessee Capitol Building was designed by architect William Strickland.
The Tennessee State Capitol Hillside
The hillside below the capitol, which was once littered with run down shacks and shanties, but today is home to the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
Ghostly Tours of Nashville
The Nashville Ghost Tours are conducted between March and November 11th. The tour starts at 8pm. This is a walking tour that last about an hour and a half. Lets get our walking shoes on, meet our Guide and get started on the tour.
A Visual look at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is an acoustical masterpiece built to house the Nashville Symphony, and named in honor of the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn.
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park - Photo Gallery
The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, one of Nashville's hidden gems, is a 19 acre park was built in honor of Tennnessee's 200th year of statehood and offers visitors a serene and captivating look into Tennessee history at every turn.
Music City Walk of Fame Unveiling and Induction
Music City Walk of Fame The Walk of Fame is an official project of Music City, Inc, the charitable foundation of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau. The Music City Walk of Fame was unveiled here for the first time in the Fall of 2006. So while you're in downtown Nashville , be sure to stroll down the Music Mile.
Nashville Ghost Tours Photo Gallery
Nashville Ghost Tours Photo Gallery. Tours are conducted between March and November. This walking tour last about an hour and a half.
Nashville Veteran's Day Parade
A Visual look at Nashville Veteran's Day Parade held annually in downtown Nashville and honoring our veterans.
Ryman Auditorium Photo Gallery
Photos of the interior and exterior of the Ryman Auditorium
Sound and Speed Photo Gallery
For Country music and NASCAR fans it was that time again when some of your favorite NASCAR drivers teamed up some of your favorite Country singers for a day filled with autographs, photos, interviews and a concert at the Annual Sound and Speed.
Vintage Nashville Photo Gallery
Vintage Nashville Photographs from the Civil War era to the 1910's. View an entertaining part of Nashville History with an easy to use index.