Getting Around Nashville

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, Music City Center is across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and just steps from the Cumberland River, Broadway Street, Nashville Public Library, restaurants, shopping, and more.

The Music City Center is located at 201 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN, 37203. For printable and interactive city maps, visit


The Metro Transit Authority provides bus service in and out of downtown and throughout the city. All-day, unlimited-ride passes are available for $5.25. Visit for circuit maps and schedules.


Nashville features a flat-fee service triangle between the airport, downtown and Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. From point to point, taxi fares are currently set at $25 per cab for up to four passengers; within the triangle, charges should not exceed the flat-rate fare, which should be posted in the rear window of the taxi. For trips outside the triangle, consult the meter rates posted in the cab. Visit for a list of taxi companies.


Uber and Lyft are available throughout Nashville and will also pick up from Nashville International Airport.

Commuter Rail

If you want to venture outside of the city, the Music City Star Commuter Rail has six stations along the route between Lebanon (east of town) and the destination station at Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville. Trains operate Monday-Friday during peak commuter hours, plus a late train on Friday with a 10:30 PM departure from the Riverfront Park station. Visit for more fare and schedule information.