Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Nashville may be the country music capital of America, but the Schermerhorn Symphony Center brings a touch of class to a bustling downtown area that’s filled with gritty bars and live music venues.
Since 2006, the Center’s Laura Turner Concert Hall has been home to the Grammy Award-winning Nashville Symphony. Its natural lighting, 30 soundproof windows and custom-built organ make for a unique concert experience. The smaller Mike Curb Family Music Education Hall hosts performances for children, schools and families as part of the Center’s Music Education City initiative.
While the symphony is one of the hottest tickets in Nashville, visitors say even if you can’t catch a performance, it’s still worth touring the grand space and wandering through the beautiful public Martha Rivers Ingram Garden Courtyard on a trip to Nashville.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center Tours
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- Guided Segway Tour of Downtown Nashville
- Nashville Trolley Tour
- Discover Nashville City Bus Tour with Admission to Two Top Attractions
- Historical Rides of Nashville - 20 Minute Narrated Ride
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