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Nashville: Night Tour of Music City

1. Nashville: Night Tour of Music City

Take a night tour to discover insider stories and intriguing facts about Nashville’s music heritage. Explore the city’s current music scene. Learn about the people, places, and events that gave Nashville its reputation as Music City. The trolley tour passes Music Row, the Ryman Auditorium, Elliston Place, and historic Jefferson Street. Along the tour route, listen to your guide as tells the history of the city’s rhythm & blues heritage, its honky-tonks, and its famous music venues. Learn about the people that contributed to Nashville’s iconic music scene while taking in the stunning sights of this vibrant city.

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Nashville: Sightseeing Cart Tour

2. Nashville: Sightseeing Cart Tour

Experience Nashville from a local’s perspective while you zip around town in a golf cart, seeing, touching, and smelling your way through the music city. On this 1.5-hour tour, hit 35 of the major sightseeing destinations of the city—from The Parthenon, a full-sized replica of the iconic Greek building, to the Ryman Auditorium, where the Grand Ole Opry, the longest running American radio broadcast in history, is staged—and much more. After you hit all the sights, pick up some recommendations from your local guide for nightlife and restaurants in Nashville so you can make the most of your time in the vibrant city. Make sure to bring your camera—you’ll have many opportunities to stop for priceless photo-ops. The fleet of carts can accommodate groups ranging from 1-50 people per tour—though groups of 2 may be paired with up to 3 other people.

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Discover Nashville: Fully Narrated Half-Day City Tour

3. Discover Nashville: Fully Narrated Half-Day City Tour

On this 3.5-hour Discover Nashville Tour you’ll see the highlights of Music City. You’ll also enjoy admission and self-guided tours at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum and the Ryman Auditorium. You’ll see Nashville’s most famous landmarks, including the historic downtown area, Honky Tonk Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, the Tennessee State Capitol, Bicentennial Mall, the Parthenon, Vanderbilt University, and Music Row – home to historic Studio B. No tour of Music City would be complete without a self-guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium, known as the Mother Church of Country Music, and the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. The Hall of Fame & Museum is a USD 37 million interactive musical experience and a tribute to Country music and to the city of Nashville. Please note that there are occasions when the Ryman Auditorium or the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum may be closed, and substitutions will be made as possible.

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Nashville: Musicians Hall of Fame & Glen Campbell Museum

4. Nashville: Musicians Hall of Fame & Glen Campbell Museum

Take the trolley from Riverpoint Station to visit the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum plus the Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage. First, enjoy 2 hours at The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, where you will explore a range of exhibits covering a range of genres from country to rock n’ roll. See instruments, studio booths, and memorabilia from some of your favorite artists. The next stop on the trolley is the Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage that honors the “Rhinestone Cowboy” himself. Discover never-before-seen artifacts from Glen’s early years on the farm in Arkansas through his climb to super-stardom. Admire a collection of his guitars, instruments, and famous stage attire by legendary Western Wear Clothiers, Nudie Cohn, and Manuel Cuevas.

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What people are saying about Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 321 reviews

We used Uber to drop us off at the pick up spot. Our driver was very informative and entertaining. I do believe I will go back to the Ryman theater and the country Hall of Fame as the time allowed did not give me the opportunity to see all I wanted to. The tours that I took well well worth the money and very convenient to make reservations through get your guide. We had to leave early and called the Uber that was there in three minutes to pick us up. Not having to worry about parking for this old lady was a blessing.

Fun, interesting, informative. A great history lesson of the city, being at night gave it a whole different vibe. Would recommend.

We had a really great time. Mike was a great tour guide. We stopped and picked up some delicious cupcakes.

great time, enjoyed the tours of Ryaman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame

Bert with an E is great! Learned a lot during the tour. Definitely a must-do!