Nashville itself, also known as Music City, U.S.A. or Nash-Vegas, is most popular for being the home of country music. Plenty of country landmarks, like the CMA Association headquarters, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Grand Ole Opry, and the Ryman Auditorium, can be found within this city's boundaries. Beyond country music, Nashville is home to several colleges, professional sports teams, and plenty of museums.
Music Row has a few hills, but nothing too significant. You and your pup should not be bothered by changes in elevation as they are rather slight and not too noticeable.
The boundaries of Music Row include Broadway and McGavock Street to the north, Music Circle and Villa Place to the east, Edgehill Avenue to the south, and 18th Avenue South and 21st Avenue South to the west. 21st Avenue South and Broadway are quite busy roadways, so they likely have higher levels of traffic.
The second greenway in the Music Row neighborhood is Owen Bradley Park. Located in the northern part of the neighborhood, this greenway is a small park with nice grass, a paved sidewalk, and a statue of Owen Bradley, a famous music producer.
Other greenways within walking distance include Tony Rose Park, Magnolia Lawn, all greenways associated with Vanderbilt University, Edgehill Community Memorial Garden, and Flora Wilson Community Park.
There are two dog parks within two miles of Music Row. Centennial Dog Park is roughly two miles to the west in Centennial Park. The Downtown Dog Park is roughly two miles to the northeast and is located along the Cumberland River.