On the baggage-claim level of Nashville International Airport, you’ll find the Airport Welcome Center, where you can pick up brochures and maps and get answers to questions. At the time of writing, a new International Arrivals Facility (IAF) was under construction, so if you’re traveling internationally, it’s probably best to get through the airport quickly, get to your hotel, and then visit the downtown visitor’s center. The Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau Visitors Center is located at 150 4th Avenue North, Ste. G-250 (tel. 800/657-6910 or 615/780-9401) and is the main source of information on the city and surrounding areas. Open daily during daylight hours, the center offers free Wi-Fi and is located at the base of the radio tower of the Bridgestone Arena. Signs on interstate highways around the downtown area will direct you to the arena. For information on the state of Tennessee, contact the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development (tel. 615/741-2158).

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