Crossland Economy Studios Nashville Airport

1210 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee, 37217, United States
Crossland Economy Studios - Nashville - Airport - Briley Pkwy.
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Nashville to Memphis - what are my options?

by Frezzal


I'll be travelling to Nashville from Australia in 2 weeks and would like to do a day trip to Memphis.

I've read other posts in VT and it seems the most popular option is to hire a car. Unfortunately this will be out of the Q for me.

I also see that Greyhound might be an option.

Other than that, can you please recommend additional bus companies, rail companies or tour companies that run this leg?


RE: Nashville to Memphis - what are my options?

by atufft

I briefly checked out on Mapquest the distance--some 200 miles--and thought that maybe you might want to consider an overnight stay in Memphis. Memphis is the town of Senate Candidate Harold Ford, and I understand the waterfront downtown area where rock & roll was born has been cleaned up for tourism. Since the distance is a 3 hr ride each way, an overnigher sounds adviseable. Have fun.

RE: Nashville to Memphis - what are my options?

by jimwebster

Unfortunately, the US is a car-dependent country. A Greyhound or Trailways bus ride would indeed be an option. But keep in mind that these bus lines are not designed for travel comfort and stop at ever little town, thereby almost doubling the length of a trip made by car. Also they are mostly used by people who don't have much money and their main stops (say in Memphis) are generally in a poor area of town. Hence you would still need to at least pay a taxi fare (which is expensive) from the bus station to where ever it is that you want to go. And vice-versa.

The second option would be to buy a 2-way plane ticket from Nashville to Memphis. The Memphis airport is in south Memphis, which is close to Beal Street (the blues district), Graceland, etc. The Memphis airport website should have tourist info for tour buses from the airport and what have you.

RE: Nashville to Memphis - what are my options?

by shekky

really I wouldn't waste the time driving to see Memphis for the 'day'..unless you're an Elvis fan/nut/fanatic, otherwise Memphis is not comparable to Nashville in my opinion, but have fun, but stay away from Greyhound unless you have a Glock with you

Travel Tips for Nashville


by gkitzmil

On Broadway just doors from many other tourist attractions you'll find the Hatch Show Print Company. They have been printing posters and circulars since 1879! They have a large collection for all to see. And you can buy one for your wall.

From 1925 to 1991, the business was located at 116 Fourth Avenue North.Today, the shop operates as a print shop and graphic arts museum managed by the Country Music Foundation. In addition to reprinting historic posters, Hatch designs and produces, in historic style, new compact disc packaging, poster, and limited edition prints.

You are free to walk in and look around.
Hours: Open Mon-Fri 9:30-5:30, Sat 10:30-5:30. Closed Sun.

316 Broadway Hey, this is the REAL country music history.

At the Bluebird

by J&P about Bluebird Cafe

The Bluebird Cafe is pretty much the singer-song-writer hall of fame in Nashville. It's a great little spot, though you'd hardly think to put the location with the place. It's in a strip mall in the near 'burbs and you would pass it up if you didn't do Map Quest to get you right to it.

On the night we went, they were just finishing up a first round of singers from an early, free show. When those guys, all way too clean-cut country for our taste - you could hear them squeak when they went out to the pickups (shiny) with their sweet little wives (also shiny), everyone had to exit the building. Then we could come back in after a bit of standing in line for the paid show. It was a great group of interesting guys, each one with a different sound and a unique take on the whole thing.

You sit right in with the performers and you can order food but do it really quietly. The big thing at the Bluebird is the "shhh" since you are there to listen to the artists, not to do the usual bar yapping. Casual

The Prime Cut

by sargentjeff about The Prime Cut

You actually get to cook your own steak on a huge grill. First you pick out your cut of meat from a big refrigerator, then you take it over and cook it just how you like. Be wary, the steaks are huge. I've never been so full in my entire life, as when I ate here. The baked potatoes are as big as melons. Steaks

Sunset Grill

by Krumlovgirl

Here's a tip when eating at the top-end, trendy Sunset Grill: go after 9:00 pm. At that time they give out a special menu where almost all of the favorite dishes are marked down 60% or more. Anyway, this is definitely a place to see and be seen. It's a middle-marker for Belmont and Vandy students and I have seen many music industry people dining into the late hours of the night. The food isn't spectacular, but the atmosphere is charged and the staff pleasant. I love their lasagne, which they occasionally make with white sauce. I also like their pot de creme, which they do not always have on their menu. They do often have the creme brulee, however and are one of the few places in town that know how to do it right. (The top "bruleed" part isn't as hard as a rock.)

Grand Ole Opry

by schmoopy

Live country music broadcast, featuring old standards and up and coming country musicians. I saw Allison Kraus who has a fantastic voice and is a multi-talented musician. For me she was the redeeming factor in an otherwise low-key show. The seniors I was with however, really enjoyed it so who am I to criticize. Know your audience.


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Address: 1210 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee, 37217, United States