Live Nashville Walking Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 1 Hrs 30 Mins
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    10am or 1pm (Get there 10 minutes early and you're good! If you're late I'll do my best to help you catch up but no guarantees!)
  • Departure Details :
    Meet at Bridgestone Arena marquee (address 501 Broadway, southwest corner of 5th & Broadway). Stand by that electronic sign! (https://goo.gl/maps/MqjpLHyXp852)
  • Return Details :
    Concludes across the street from the Visitor Center
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund

Overview

Take a trip throughtime when risk-takingriverboat gamblers, fearlesspioneers 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, discoverhow Chet Atkins saved Country Music from disaster, and come alongas Johnny Cash makes history onthe Grand Ole Opry stage...right before he gets kicked off of it. Prepare to be entertained on this 120-minuteromp through Historic Nashville.

Highlights

  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
  • Fully narrated tour
  • Led by a local guide
  • Excellent value for money
  • Family friendly

Know More about this tour

Start atthe center of Nashville's entertainment universe, 5th Avenue and Broadway, the heart of Nashville's Entertainment District. Seethe oldest residence in Nashville, thelegendary Ryman Auditorium - original home of the Grand Ole Opry, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge - America's most famous honky tonk. and time-travelto the daysbefore Prohibition with a stop atNashville'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 walkdownMarket Street throughButler's Run toRiverfront 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,andan exact replica of Nashville's first settlement Fort Nashborough, where we relivethe spot wherethe Cherokee almost ended Tennessee's capitalbefore it got started, abound. Head toNashville 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 toPrinters Alley (Nashville's historic "Men's Quarter"); here the seedy and oft-fun side of Nashvillereveals Skull's Rainbow Room, one of Johnny Cash's favorite haunts, along withthe site of The Jolly Roger, where Little Richard and Jimi Hendrix cut their chops before skyrocketing to stardom.

Continue ontoCherry Street(4th Avenue today), whose inotoriety was so great "no modest woman" would dare risk her reputation treadingupon it. Through The Arcade we'll make a brief stop at Country LegendChet Atkins' Statuebefore a short trek toThe 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 taleof the critical role Nashville played in Women's Suffrage atThe Hermitage Hotel and our tour ends with brief stops atDowntown Presbyterian Church,site of the original Maxwell House, and we are then back inhonky tonk heaven betweenTootsie's andTheRyman, where many a country legendwould sneak a drink or five beforetaking the stage.

Inclusions

  • Most entertaining walking tour in Nashville
  • Professional and entertaining guide
  • Excellent overview of the city
  • Magnificent storytelling
  • Unlimited recommendationson where to go, what to do, and how tomake your vacation your mostmemorable

Exclusions

  • Gratuities (optional)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

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