Gaylord Opryland Resort

Gaylord Opryland is one of the leading convention destinations in the United States based upon number of rooms, exhibit space and conventions held. Designed with lavish gardens and expansive atrium areas, the resort is situated on approximately 172 acres. Gaylord Opryland is the largest non-gaming hotel in the  continental United States. The resort has a number of themed restaurants, retail outlets and a  full-service spa. It also serves as a destination resort for vacationers due to its proximity to the Grand Ole Opry, the General Jackson Showboat, Gaylord Springs Golf Links (Gaylord’s 18-hole championship golf course) and other attractions in the Nashville area. Gaylord Opryland has 2,882 signature guest rooms and approximately 640,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space.

The Inn at Opryland

This hotel has 303 rooms and approximately 15,000 square feet of meeting space.

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Opryland Attractions

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General Jackson® Showboat

Our 300-foot paddlewheel riverboat is 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 country music shows are performed. Both midday and evening cruises offer a variety of entertainment options throughout the year. You'll always find something new just around the bend. Holiday cruises begin mid-November each year, and special cruises include a festive New Year's Eve celebration and romantic Valentine's dinner cruise. Our exciting shows on the General Jackson are an experience you'll find only in Music City!

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Gaylord Springs® Golf Links

Voted by Golf Week magazine as one of the Best Places to Play in Tennessee, Gaylord Springs® boasts 18 challenging holes designed by former U.S. Open and PGA champion Larry Nelson. Play 18 challenging holes of pro golf on a beautiful Scottish links-style course at Gaylord Springs™.

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Wildhorse Saloon®

On June 1, 1994, the history of the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon began with country superstar Reba McEntire herding a stampede of live cattle through the streets of Music City. The cattle were herded down Second Avenue past the front doors of the newly opened venue. Since then, the Wildhorse has continued to capture the interest of visitors with its award-winning cuisine, live entertainment, line dancing on the largest dance floor in town, unique atmosphere and one-of-a-kind customized private parties. It is an experience you will never forget!

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