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Bicycle Tour of Nashville

Bicycle Tour of Nashville - Nashville, Tennessee
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

From USD
$55.00

Spot major landmarks like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman Auditorium, and the State Capitol while exploring Nashville’s hidden gems and scenic bikeways.  Tour routes are designed to be comfortable for all riders and tour sizes are kept small to ensure an intimate experience.  Guides take care to point out the best venues and restaurants along the way.  This tour takes you where no other tour company can!

All tours begin from our full service bicycle shop on Historic Jefferson Street, just north of downtown.  Guest that arrive early can enjoy a meal at the Nashville Farmer’s Market (two blocks away), the Garden Brunch Café, or one of the many restaurant choices in nearby Germantown. Just before departure, our friendly staff will help you get comfortable on your bike (all sizes available), and after a brief introduction, set out to explore the city.  Designed to give you an overview of our history and culture, the tour will take you on a loop around the city and through downtown via bikeways and side streets.  A casual pace keeps the ride comfortable for even the most inexperienced bicyclists. 

Each stop is accompanied by a thoughtful story from our guide so that you can learn about Nashville’s rich history; from how we became music history to civil rights to our current status as the "IT city"!   After a few stops, enjoy a pit-stop with an ice cold drink and local snack from one of our favorite purveyors.  Along the way, we’ll point out the best venues and restaurants so that you can make the most of your time in Music City.

Spot major landmarks like the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman Auditorium, and the State Capitol while exploring Nashville’s hidden gems and scenic bikeways.  Tour routes are designed to be comfortable for all riders and tour sizes are kept small to ensure an intimate experience.  Guides take care to point out the best venues and restaurants along the way.  This tour takes you where no other tour company can!

All tours begin from our full service bicycle shop on Historic Jefferson Street, just north of downtown.  Guest that arrive early can enjoy a meal at the Nashville Farmer’s Market (two blocks away), the Garden Brunch Café, or one of the many restaurant choices in nearby Germantown. Just before departure, our friendly staff will help you get comfortable on your bike (all sizes available), and after a brief introduction, set out to explore the city.  Designed to give you an overview of our history and culture, the tour will take you on a loop around the city and through downtown via bikeways and side streets.  A casual pace keeps the ride comfortable for even the most inexperienced bicyclists. 

Each stop is accompanied by a thoughtful story from our guide so that you can learn about Nashville’s rich history; from how we became music history to civil rights to our current status as the "IT city"!   After a few stops, enjoy a pit-stop with an ice cold drink and local snack from one of our favorite purveyors.  Along the way, we’ll point out the best venues and restaurants so that you can make the most of your time in Music City.

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Live Nashville Walking Tour

Live Nashville Walking Tour - Nashville, Tennessee
Star Rating

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

From USD
$22.00

Take a trip through time when risk-taking riverboat gamblers, fearless pioneers and honky-tonk outlaws ruled the day. When Native American warrior chiefs, domineering record producers, and visionaries & revolutionaries alike duked it out for control over what would become the one and only Music City ... More info ›

Take a trip through time when risk-taking riverboat gamblers, fearless pioneers and honky-tonk outlaws ruled the day. When Native American warrior chiefs, domineering record producers, and visionaries & revolutionaries alike duked it out for control over what would become the one and only Music City. Relive President Andrew Jackson's most famous duel, discover how Chet Atkins saved Country Music from disaster, and come along as Johnny Cash makes history on the Grand Ole Opry stage...right before he gets kicked off of it. Prepare to be entertained on this 120-minute romp through Historic Nashville.

Start at the center of Nashville's entertainment universe, 5th Avenue and Broadway, the heart of Nashville's Entertainment District. See the oldest residence in Nashville, the legendary Ryman Auditorium - original home of the Grand Ole Opry, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge - America's most famous honky tonk. and time-travel to the days before Prohibition with a stop at Nashville's Silver Dollar Saloon (2nd & Broadway), where drink, song, games of chance, and ladies of the night were the rule and never the exception. 

Take a walk down Market Street through Butler's Run to Riverfront Park, where the hustle and bustle of Nashville's river trade made it the 2nd largest city west of the Appalachians. Amazing views of The Cumberland River, Titans' Stadium, and an exact replica of Nashville's first settlement Fort Nashborough, where we relive the spot where the Cherokee almost ended Tennessee's capital before it got started, abound. Head to Nashville Public Square and meet Andrew Jackson, Tennessee's most (in)famous president, whose exploits in war were only eclipsed by the infamy of his decisions. Off to Printers Alley (Nashville's historic "Men's Quarter"); here the seedy and oft-fun side of Nashville reveals Skull's Rainbow Room, one of Johnny Cash's favorite haunts, along with the site of The Jolly Roger, where Little Richard and Jimi Hendrix cut their chops before skyrocketing to stardom.

Continue onto Cherry Street (4th Avenue today), whose inotoriety was so great "no modest woman" would dare risk her reputation treading upon it. Through The Arcade we'll make a brief stop at Country Legend Chet Atkins' Statue before a short trek to The Capitol, one of America's most stunning. The Tennessee State Capitol is a treasure trove of history and was instrumental in the Union's defeat of Confederacy. A brief tale of the critical role Nashville played in Women's Suffrage at The Hermitage Hotel and our tour ends with brief stops at Downtown Presbyterian Church, site of the original Maxwell House, and we are then back in honky tonk heaven between Tootsie's and The Ryman, where many a country legend would sneak a drink or five before taking the stage.

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