Johnny Cash Museum
Officially authorized by the Estate of Johnny Cash, the museum features the largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. State of the art exhibits, personal letters, stage costumes, guitars, handwritten lyrics and contributions from family members and notable friends along with a museum gift shop make this THE Cash venue to visit. Open every day in the heart of downtown Nashville.
Patsy Cline Museum
Though she left the world tragically at the age of 30 in 1963, Patsy Cline made an indelible mark on Country music and remains one of the biggest names in Country history. The Patsy Cline Museum celebrates the life of the legendary songstress and features hundreds of never before seen artifacts, personal belongings, videos and much more. Located above the Johnny Cash Museum.
Music City Threads
High quality, beautifully designed apparel made in the one and only Music City, Nashville, TN. Legends Live Here.
Nudie's Honky Tonk
The world famous Nudie’s Honky Tonk on Broadway resides in a 100 year old historic three story building housing millions of dollars of rare country music memorabilia, stage costumes, multiple bars, two stages and a stunning rooftop deck featuring the best live music in Nashville. Located at 409 Broadway in downtown Nashville, you’ll see the longest bar in Nashville measuring over 100 feet embedded with nearly 10,000 silver dollars.
Skull's Rainbow Room
Originally opened in 1948, Skull’s Rainbow Room is one of the most celebrated and acclaimed dining experiences in Music City. Located at 222 Printers Alley in the basement of the historic Southern Turf building, guests flock to taste, sip and experience the legendary dining and entertainment that has made Skull's the cornerstone of Nashville's historic Printers Alley district.
House of Cards
House of Cards celebrates the art of magic, classic American cuisine and fine hand-crafted cocktails under one roof. Guests are encouraged to explore the dining room to enjoy the rare collections and be entertained by some of America’s top magicians who are stationed throughout the venue to provide mind boggling illusions and tricks all evening long. Located underground in a one of a kind 9500 square foot space, the venue offers an evening for guests unlike any other in the history of the South.
Johnny Cash's Bar & BBQ
Johnny Cash is known around the world as one of the greatest entertainers of all time, and fans can now discover a more personal side of the Man in Black at Johnny Cash’s Bar & BBQ.
Visit and experience a tribute to many of Johnny’s favorite passions: cooking, serving and eating delicious Southern food and providing warm and friendly hospitality with a big dose of great live music thrown in for good measure.
Sinatra Bar & Lounge
Located in the Icon-owned Southern Turf building, a spectacular Queen Anne structure built in 1839, Sinatra Bar & Lounge celebrates Frank Sinatra’s enduring cultural legacy. With a warm and intimate atmosphere, the dining menu offers many of the Chairman of the Board’s favorites, traditional Italian dishes, steaks and more.
Southern Turf Lofts
Southern Turf Lofts feature six unique short term rentals on the second and third floors of the legendary Southern Turf building. Each unit has full amenities including kitchen, washer/dryer facilities and all feature antique accents and select furnishings from the 1800's as an homage to the grand building's heritage.
Nestled just above the historic Skull’s Rainbow Room and Sinatra Bar & Lounge, the Southern Turf Lofts offers a unique Airbnb experience that showcases the rich and vibrant culture of this iconic city.
Southern Turf Club
Step back in time to an 1800’s saloon at the Southern Turf building, a spectacular and historic Queen Anne structure built in 1839. Unique 18th century museum quality artifacts and antiques inside the Southern Turf Club include four fireplaces – all over 100 years old, vintage oriental rugs, leather-bound books, apothecary jars, a hand-carved wall from a Scottish pub from the 1700’s, a wooden bench previously owned by 17th century English poet John Milton (the writer of Paradise Lost) and offers curated cigars, a full bar and delectable small bites (along with a $35K display-only bottle of Rip Van Winkle whiskey from 1916). The membership based Southern Turf Club, located at 222 4th Ave. North in downtown Nashville, sits atop the legendary Skull’s Rainbow Room and Sinatra Bar & Lounge.
Schulman's Neighborhood Bar
Welcome to your new favorite go-to spot, Schulman's Neighborhood Bar. Schulman’s brings the honest come one, come all, come-as-you-are culture to the vibrant East Nashville neighborhood. Solid food, cold beer, shots, unpretentious cocktails and a local staff of friendly, familiar faces await you.