Visit Music City
You won’t find a city more accommodating, authentic, and accessible than Nashville. They have plenty of rooms, a state-of-the-art convention center, music scene that is second to none, rockstar chefs, and so much more to offer the perfect collaboration of business and pleasure.
From its very beginnings, Nashville grew from a foundation built on music. Music has been the common thread connecting the life and soul of the city and its people. And visitors have ventured here to experience the music that weaves such a fundamental pattern in its cultural, business and social fabric.
Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is one of the best and most memorable Nashville attractions! No trip to Nashville would be complete without experiencing the music phenomenon of the world-famous 4,400-seat Grand Ole Opry. It’s the world’s longest-running radio show and showcases the best in country music, bluegrass and more.
Explore its rich entertainment history and how the Ryman became known as the “Carnegie Hall of South” during the years when Caruso and Sousa performed, Theodore Roosevelt spoke, and Houdini escaped in the 5th Avenue vestibule timeline. Then, take your place center stage, grab a guitar and step up to the microphone while you have your photo taken on the legendary planks.
Visit the Ryman Gift Shop and take a piece of music history home with you! Find exclusive Ryman merchandise including tee-shirts, Hatch Show Prints, and novelty memorabilia along with specialty CDs and DVDs. And now, you can make your own custom shirt at the all new activity station.
Explore Nashville with this popular 90-minute trolley tour. See over 100 points of interest with a stop at Bicentennial Square/Farmers’ Market. Learn about the famous and popular Nashville sights as you travel with live onboard commentary. See Nashville stress-free with live onboard commentary Learn about the rich history that Music City has to offer Tour covers over 100 points of interest with 14 stops Experience Lower Broadway, Music Row, Centennial Park, the Ryman Auditorium, Marathon Village and much more
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The Nashville Parthenon
The Nashville Parthenon is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Athens, Greece isn’t the only city with a classical stone temple dedicated to the arts. Nashville’s Parthenon confirms the city’s place as the “Athens of the South.” The concrete replica of the Greek temple marks the city’s place as a cultural and artistic Mecca. Though country & western music wasn’t an original staple of the original Parthenon, the city has gone to great lengths to incorporate its history with that of the world at large. Today, the to-scale replica of the Greek landmark serves as an art museum featuring not only classical works but also those of modern artists such as Andy Warhol. In the early 1990s, sculptor Alan LeQuire’s “Athena Parnthenos,” a 42-foot statue of the Greek goddess Athena was added to the structure, cementing its place in mid-South culture.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of this popular American art form, safeguarding over 2.5 million artifacts, with two expansive floors of gallery space featuring permanent- and limited- engagement exhibits. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is also home to Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print. It offers three dining and four retail options, all open to the public. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
General Jackson Showboat
Your General Jackson Showboat lunch or dinner cruise lets you experience the Nashville skyline as it can best be seen from the beautiful Cumberland River. While “rollin’ down the river,” you’ll enjoy stunning views, a delicious meal freshly prepared by our chefs and toe-tapping entertainment in our two-story Victorian Theater in the center of the boat. One of the largest showboats ever built, the grand General Jackson Showboat is an elegant triumph of American ingenuity. With its elegant lacy filigree and stately design, the boat is reminiscent of the opulence of the American Victorian era. Showboats have long been a colorful part of our nation’s history, and this most unique Nashville attraction epitomizes the grace and grandeur of the Old South. The General Jackson Showboat is named after the first steamboat to operate on the Cumberland River in 1817 which was named after President Andrew Jackson, whose historic home—The Hermitage—is 15 minutes from the dock. Built by the largest inland shipbuilder in the United States, Jeffboat, located in Indiana, the General Jackson was launched on the Cumberland River on April 20, 1985.
This is a fun and luxurious way to get a whistle-stop tour of Nashville’s top sights. Instead of being stuck in traffic, ascend into the sky in a helicopter and see the best of Music City from above. Along the way, listen to commentary about the sights you pass and fly over lots of key city landmarks in a short space of time—such as the Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee State Capital, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Swap crowded bus tours for the luxurious alternative of a helicopter ride Get your bearings of the city by viewing Nashville from above Avoid the crowds—this is a private helicopter tour for just your party Fly over a variety of top sights—including the Ryman Auditorium
Homes of the Stars
See the homes of Nashville’s biggest stars on this narrated, 2-hour sightseeing bus tour. Climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned motor coach and drive through some of Nashville’s most scenic, upscale, and secluded areas and neighborhoods to see the homes (both past and present) of superstar names like Taylor Swift, Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, Dierks Bentley, Reese Witherspoon, Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood and many more (homes subject to change). Also, pass by the Second Avenue National Register Historic District, the State Capitol building, Fort Nashborough and the famous Ryman Auditorium. Nashville Homes of the Stars Tour 2-hour sightseeing tour, see homes of stars both past and present You’ll pass by Historic 2nd Ave., the State Capitol, Fort Nashborough and the Ryman Auditorium See the homes of Reese Witherspoon, Taylor Swift and more! (homes seen are subject to change).
Belle Meade Guided Mansion Tour with Complimentary Wine Tasting
Visit historic Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery, one of the largest and wealthiest private estates in Nashville. Complete with its own thoroughbred horse farm and on-site winery, this popular Nashville attraction is a must see for visitors. Enjoy a guided tour through the 1853 Greek Revival Mansion, followed by a complimentary wine tasting in the Belle Meade Winery. Admission includes access to the picturesque Grounds and Outbuildings, Outdoor Game Court, Walking Trail, Gift Shops, and on-site restaurant, The Belle Meade Meat & Three. 30-minute guided tour of Belle Meade Mansion Self-guided access to the grounds & outbuildings Complimentary wine tasting included with admission at the on-site Belle Meade Winery (21+) Visit the thoroughbred horse farm, or leave time for some bourbon tasting.