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Discover Nashville

Highlights
  • Travel the city by comfortable coach bus during this Nashville tour
  • Learn about Music City from a guide who provides live commentary
  • Value-priced with tickets to both Ryman and Country Music Hall of Fame
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Discover Nashville
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9:00am Morning Departure
Tour departs at 9:00am
US$65.00
1:30pm Afternoon Departure
Tour departs at 1:30pm
US$65.00
Overview

Give your legs a break on this Nashville tour that takes you through the city—and past its most famous sights—by comfortable coach bus. Not only will you see more Nashville attractions in less time than if you were walking, but admission to the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame is included. It’s a perfect introduction to Nashville for first-time visitors.

What to Expect

Your Nashville tour starts with hotel pickup. Board a coach bus, and get ready for a ride through Music City.

Catch sight of attractions such as the Tennessee State Capitol, Nissan Stadium, and Parthenon in Centennial Park. Your guide tells you fun and interesting stories about Nashville, its buildings, culture, and history.

Your first stop is at Ryman Auditorium, where you tour the grounds of the previous home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974.

Afterward, it’s on to the Country Music Hall of Fame to use your admission ticket and tour the interactive experience independently.

Your Nashville tour ends with hotel drop-off.

Write a ReviewReviews (37)

1 - 5 of 37 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great tour

For someone visting Nashville for the first time this was a great way to learn & see some highlights of the town. Great tour guide Paula gave us lots of good information about history of sights. Paula made sure everyone made their way back on...More

Thank Marilyn W
Reviewed 1 week ago
City tour!

We booked the one hour tour, the bus parked just in front of Hard Rock Cafe. Our driver was informative.but there was not much to talk about at the city. It could be that not much to talk about or the route that the bus...More

Thank Hany G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Daughters birthday

I went with all of the great reviews and booked this only to be very dissatisfied. We had to walk at least a mile back to our car after the bus broke down, in 97° temps

4  Thank Michelle E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Nice way to see the city

We were picked up on-time at our hotel in a mini bus. The tour then continued thru the city stopping at the Ryman and Hall of Fame. Tour guide was very knowledgeable.

3  Thank vrqqqm
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
An excellent and informative overview of the city

We chose the one-hour "Discover Nashville" tour because we simply wanted to get a good general overview of the city. We were fully satisfied with the experience and found that it provided exactly what we were expecting. Our driver, JD and our tour narrator, John...More

Thank Jonaleen A
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MsMac72
8 July 2018|
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Response from quackersbewdley | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about wheelchair access. I did not see a tail lift but then again I was not really looking for one ! What I can tell you is that once you are on the bus there is plenty of room inside and you do not get off until... More
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Kurtis F
21 June 2018|
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Response from PJ0828 | Reviewed this property |
Not aware of RV Park pick up- but when we booked, they picked up from many hotels, including ours. We had about 8 other families/couples on the tour we were on, and all picked up at hotels except for one that was at the... More
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medski78
25 May 2018|
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Response from tmurfy | Reviewed this property |
They have a tour station at Broadway and the Cumberland River.
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