Nashville January 24, 2018
The 7 Tallest Attractions Will Give You These Best Views In Nashville
Nashville is one of the most picturesque cities in the country. From the bright lights of Broadway to the stunning river-filled views from the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, there are so many breathtaking spots to visit in the city. But what about seeing the city from a little higher up? We’ve compiled a list of the best spots to go in the city to catch a great view. Some are free, and some are pricier, but they are all definitely worth the price of admission. How many have you visited?
1. L27 Rooftop Bar
The L27 Rooftop Bar on top of the Westin Hotel is one of the coolest spots in Nashville, and it just might be the tallest that's open to the public. Swim to the edge of the infinity pool for a unique and mildly terrifying view of the city.
2. L.A. Jackson
L.A. Jackson in the Gulch is a rooftop bar on the new Thompson Hotel. The bar serves up some of best food and drinks in Nashville as well, so be sure to get some while you check out the stunning views of one of Nashville's hottest neighborhoods.
3. Love Circle
Love Circle is one of the best spots for a great view of downtown Nashville. Located just down West End, it's taller than most of the buildings downtown, offering great landscapes of the city.
4. The Renaissance Hotel
The elevators at the Renaissance hotel offer stunning views out of their glass walls. Catch them up to the higher floors for a great view of downtown.
UP is located on top of the Fairfield Inn & Suites in the Gulch, and it offers some incredible views of downtown. UP is also known for their seasonal, locally sourced food, so try some while you're UP there (get it?).
6. Acme Feed & Seed
Okay, so Acme Feed & Seed isn't necessarily one of the tallest spots in Nashville, but their prime spot on the corner of 1st and Broadway gives them unparalleled views of both the strip and the river. It's a view that you definitely don't want to miss, especially if you love people watching.
7. The Omni Hotel
Definitely the priciest view on this list, but the Omni offers some of the most stunning views of downtown. Rooms are a little expensive, but you can get out to the rooftop pool on the fourth floor and at least enjoy some sun for free.
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