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Discover Nashville

Discover Nashville - Nashville, Tennessee
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

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$65.00

Come along for an exciting 3.5 hour tour of Nashville, Music City USA! Travel in air-conditioned comfort to the best and most famous sites in town - The Ryman Auditorium (the one-time home to the Grand Ole Opry), The impressive Parthenon, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and more.

Enjoy a narrated tour of Historic Downtown, Fort Nashborough, the State Capitol, The Parthenon, Vanderbilt University and Music Row. Your tour will also include entrance into the Ryman Auditorium - the Mother Church of Country Music, long time home of the Grand Ole Opry and recently voted the finest concert venue in the United States.

You will also tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum ... More info ›

Come along for an exciting 3.5 hour tour of Nashville, Music City USA! Travel in air-conditioned comfort to the best and most famous sites in town - The Ryman Auditorium (the one-time home to the Grand Ole Opry), The impressive Parthenon, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and more.

Enjoy a narrated tour of Historic Downtown, Fort Nashborough, the State Capitol, The Parthenon, Vanderbilt University and Music Row. Your tour will also include entrance into the Ryman Auditorium - the Mother Church of Country Music, long time home of the Grand Ole Opry and recently voted the finest concert venue in the United States.

You will also tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. This 37 million dollar facility is a beautiful tribute to Country Music and the artists who have made it great.

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Nashville Trolley Tour

Nashville Trolley Tour - Nashville, Tennessee
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

From USD
$39.00

For those wanting a quick overview of Nashville, you can't miss this 1-hour trolley tour. You'll pass by and hear commentary about the Ryman Auditorium, Fort Nashborough, Vanderbilt University, Music Row and more ... More info ›

For those wanting a quick overview of Nashville, you can't miss this 1-hour trolley tour. You'll pass by and hear commentary about the Ryman Auditorium, Fort Nashborough, Vanderbilt University, Music Row and more. This is a great way to get your bearings before exploring the Music city at your own pace.

Enjoy this entertaining tour through the Music city aboard an open air historic trolley. You will drive by amazing sites you came to see such as:

  • Riverfont Train Station
  • Ryman Auditorium
  • Tennessee State Museum / The Arcade / Tennessee State Capitol
  • Musicians hall of Fame and Museum
  • Farmers Market / Bicentennial Mall
  • Antique Archaeology
  • The Parthenon
  • Spirit of Nashville
  • First Center for the Visual Arts
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Johny Cash Museum

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    Historic Tennessee - Southern Plantations and Presidents

    Historic Tennessee - Southern Plantations and Presidents - Nashville, Tennessee
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    Duration: 7 hours
    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    From USD
    $69.00

    See the South’s deep history first-hand on this historic tour of Tennessee, departing from Nashville by charter bus. On this guided experience, you’ll explore Southern plantations and presidential estates as well as learn about prominent Nashville and Civil War history ... More info ›

    See the South’s deep history first-hand on this historic tour of Tennessee, departing from Nashville by charter bus. On this guided experience, you’ll explore Southern plantations and presidential estates as well as learn about prominent Nashville and Civil War history. Hear Nashville’s storied past on a guided tour of the Belle Meade Plantation and Andrew Jackson’s manor, The Hermitage. History buffs won’t want to miss this.

    Your 6.5-hour Tennessee history tour begins with a comfortable charter bus ride to the stately manor of Andrew Jackson, The Hermitage. Home of the seventh U.S. president, historians consider President Jackson’s Hermitage the best preserved early presidential home. Explore its quarters just as President Jackson and his staff did back in 1836.

    Stroll the lovely formal gardens, then visit the slave quarters, the estate’s original 1804 cabin and the sight where this president and his wife were laid to rest. Afterward, lunch is on your own accord at the on-site historic Hermitage Smorgasbord, offering a traditional Southern Buffet, including dessert. From there, continue on your chartered bus ride to the Belle Meade Mansion.

    Known as the Queen of the Tennessee Plantations, the Belle Meade Plantation was the centerpiece of a 5,200-acre estate, world-renowned as a thoroughbred stud farm and nursery in the 19th century. It’s a prime example of Southern Greek Revival Antebellum architecture. The present 30-acre site features 10 outbuildings which include an 1832 slave cabin and a colossal carriage house and stables.

    The day comes to a leisurely close with a wine tasting session at the Winery at Belle Meade Plantation in the afternoon. Sip the estate’s wines, such as chardonnay and cabernet, while enjoying views of the vineyards, then board the bus to return to Nashville.

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    Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville

    Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville - Nashville, Tennessee
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    Duration: 7 hours
    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    From USD
    $69.00

    Get an inside look at the bloodiest hours of the American Civil War on this tour from Nashville to Franklin, the site of the famous Battle of Franklin in 1864. Learn from your knowledgeable guide about the war’s dark history as you visit the Lotz House and Carter House, which still bear bullet holes and blood stains ... More info ›

    Get an inside look at the bloodiest hours of the American Civil War on this tour from Nashville to Franklin, the site of the famous Battle of Franklin in 1864. Learn from your knowledgeable guide about the war’s dark history as you visit the Lotz House and Carter House, which still bear bullet holes and blood stains. You’ll also tour the Carnton Plantation and learn about its role during and after the war, when it became the country's largest private Confederate cemetery.

    You’ll be picked up from your Nashville hotel in the morning and taken by comfortable coach to Franklin, a nearby city that played a key role in the American Civil War.

    Visit sites near where the Union and Confederate armies fought and hear stories from your knowledgeable guide about the Battle of Franklin, fought on November 30, 1864 and known by many as the five bloodiest hours of the Civil War.

    Stop by the Carter House, located at the center of the Union position during the battle. The house and its outer buildings still show hundreds of bullet holes.

    At the Lotz House, which became a hospital after the battle, see cannon ball holes and bloodstains on the floors and walls, which bear witness to the savage nature of this horrific conflict. After touring these houses, you will be able to imagine how the residents of Franklin felt when they emerged from their homes on the morning after the battle to find more than 9,500 casualties.

    Next, enjoy free time in the quaint town of Franklin to shop, eat (own expense) and view other historic sites. You will then journey to the Carnton Plantation, ordered to be a Confederate field hospital by a Southern General and then made an eternal memorial to the Confederate soldiers by the mistress of the house.

    Now, the plantation is home to the largest private Confederate cemetery in the US. Tour the plantation with your guide and hear narrative descriptions about that fateful battle and the aftermath of the war.

    After your tour, you’ll be taken back to your Nashville hotel.

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    Nashville Scavenger Hunt Adventure

    Nashville Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Nashville, Tennessee

    Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    From USD
    $15.00

    Turn your time in Nashville into a game with an interactive scavenger hunt adventure. This challenge combines the excitement of a game with a 2.5-hour city walking tour ... More info ›

    Turn your time in Nashville into a game with an interactive scavenger hunt adventure. This challenge combines the excitement of a game with a 2.5-hour city walking tour. With a smartphone as your guide, make your to popular sites and hidden gems, solving clues and completing challenges along the way. A minimum of two people is required for booking and there's a maximum of five people per team.

    The scavenger hunt begins in the heart of Music City at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Using a smartphone as your guide, your team can start when you want and can determine your own pace of play.

    Visit downtown Nashville to see country music highlights, then head up to the capitol building and see the war memorials and Greek architecture of the city’s popular buildings.

    Walk just under two miles and use one of the city’s free shuttles during the game. The game software tracks your team’s points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard.

    There is a minimum of two people required for booking and a maximum of five people per team.

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    Historic Travellers Rest House Museum Tour

    Historic Travellers Rest House Museum Tour - Nashville, Tennessee

    Duration: 2 to 4 hrs
    Location: Nashville, Tennessee

    From USD
    $12.00

    One thousand years of history! Historic Travellers Rest, the 1799 home of Judge John Overton, is a prehistoric Native American village site and was the headquarters of the Army of Tennessee, December 1864.

    Located at 636 Farrell Parkway in Nashville Tennessee, meet your professional guide and tour the Historic Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum, one of the most unique homes in Nashville.  Dating back to 1799, this plantation will allow you to step back in time and explore the plantation home of Judge John Overton as an advisor and close friend of Andrew Jackson, he was also the co-founder of Memphis Tennessee. 

    Surrounded by a large herb garden with a one room school house, Smokehouse and weaving house,The Travellers Rest plantation preserves 200 years of Nashville's historic past, from frontier to Civil War to today. Travellers Rest really held true to it's name at that time by offering gracious southern hospitality to travelers passing through a land that had only recently been settled in those times ... More info ›

    One thousand years of history! Historic Travellers Rest, the 1799 home of Judge John Overton, is a prehistoric Native American village site and was the headquarters of the Army of Tennessee, December 1864.

    Located at 636 Farrell Parkway in Nashville Tennessee, meet your professional guide and tour the Historic Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum, one of the most unique homes in Nashville.  Dating back to 1799, this plantation will allow you to step back in time and explore the plantation home of Judge John Overton as an advisor and close friend of Andrew Jackson, he was also the co-founder of Memphis Tennessee. 

    Surrounded by a large herb garden with a one room school house, Smokehouse and weaving house,The Travellers Rest plantation preserves 200 years of Nashville's historic past, from frontier to Civil War to today. Travellers Rest really held true to it's name at that time by offering gracious southern hospitality to travelers passing through a land that had only recently been settled in those times. Tennessee was the Western frontier and Nashville was the place that settlers would come to make their fortune.

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