|Nashville Convention Center Shuttles|
|Music City Center in Nashville is a new convention center located in downtown Nashville. With almost twice the space of the nearby Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, is the premiere conference and convention venue in the region.|
The city has a bus system that connects most parts of the city as well as a commuter rail that connects part of the city. For those that prefer to take a cab, there are many cab companies, including Allied Cab Company and City Cab Company.
About the Music City Center
Music Center Nashville allows access to a high-end large convention center and all the excitement of Nashville. The Music City Center has three kinds of spaces. The first and largest is the exhibition space, which is the largest in the area at 353,143 square feet. This exhibit space, which is larger than most conventions centers entire space–can be divided several ways to allow smaller groups to use the space. As time and schedules demand, the division of the exhibition space can allow multiple groups to use the exhibition space simultaneously.
There are also two different ballrooms located in the Music City Center, including the largest ballroom in the state, the Grand Ballroom. At 57,500 square feet of space, this ballroom can be used for any size gathering. Partitioning is available to bring the ballroom to a more reasonable size for smaller groups or multiple groups. The ballrooms feature elegant decor that suit any event. The second, smaller ballroom is the Davidson Ballroom. At 18,000 square feet, this ballroom is substantial in its own right and can also be subdivided as needed.
The Music City Center also has sixty meeting rooms that total 90,000 square feet. These rooms are ideal for conferences or meetings and some of the rooms can be combined to create larger spaces for groups that require a larger meeting space.
Things to do in Nashville
Nashville is more than country music. It has some of the biggest and most elaborate gardens and parks in the country, including Centennial Park, which contains a full sized replica of the Parthenon from ancient Greece. Cumberland Park is a newer park built on the banks of the Cumberland River and offers river access and river activities as well as an outdoor amphitheater for local performances. Whether you like music or nature, Nashville has something for everyone.