The Thrifty Inn is centrally located just minutes from the airport and many of Nashville’s most popular attractions. As Tennessee’s state capital, Nashville is home to a variety of cultural activities, parks and recreational amenities; including theatres, museums, sports arenas, parks, a beautiful zoo, and the world famous Grand Ole Opry. For your convenience, we have highlighted several of our local attractions:


The General Jackson Showboat is 300 foot paddlewheel riverboat, one of the largest showboats in the country. It boasts four massive decks with a beautiful two-story Victorian Theater located in the center of the boat where live music shows are performed. Both midday and evening cruises offer a variety of entertainment options throughout the year.


LP Field has the best fans in the land; giving the National Football League’s Tennessee Titans a definite home field advantage. Every Titans home game has been sold out since the team moved in. LP field also serves as a music venue, hosting numerous concerts each year; most notably serving as the main stage for the CMA Music Festival.


The Opry Entertainment Complex consists of four unique entertainment venues: The Grand Ole Opry House, the Acuff Theatre, the Opry Museum and the Opry Plaza. Visit the Opry Entertainment Complex and you will be treated to a grand time, no matter what the occasion. Whether you attend a Grand Ole Opry show, a live episode of USA Network’s Nashville Star, a huge concert or a small party, you will find that star treatment and southern hospitality are the norm.


TPAC is located in the James K. Polk Cultural Center in downtown Nashville, occupying an entire city block. The Center houses the Tennessee State Museum and the 18 story James K. Polk Office Tower.


The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is open every day of the year, with the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s days. It is a wonderful place to visit a variety of animals in their natural habitats.