Accessible Rhythms in Nashville

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A street in Nashville at night

Nashville, Tennessee, known as the “Music City,” is a fun and lively city that continues to expand its city limits.  It’s a relatively small city – geographically, but it has managed to fill almost every open space with some type of music venue, bar, or restaurant. And, as soon as the sun sets, its streets, especially Broadway, become filled with music lovers of all ages bouncing from one venue to the next to listen to their favorite artist.  I couldn’t be happier that Nashville is a favorite tourist destination and people flock there. 

Accessible Travel

BUT, if you have a disability, the large crowds and the lack of access to a number of the venues can be a deterrent.  I had to arrange for an accessible taxi in advance and there are options for accessible hotels.  Some of the best Nashville taxi companies for wheelchair users are Prime Care and Music City Cab.  For people with disabilities, finding accessible attractions and accommodations is essential to fully enjoy what the city has to offer.

With its rich music heritage, southern charm, and desire to welcome everyone, Nashville is working hard to ensure a welcoming and accessible environment for all visitors. I love the music and the people in Nashville and I look forward to getting back there to enjoy even more. 


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