Any city that was founded as a fort in 1779 is certain to be packed with history. Group will discover a bygone era while visiting Belle Meade Plantation, The Hermitage Mansion, home of the United States 7th President, Andrew Jackson or visit the Ryman Auditorium, a National Historic Landmark.
A Group tour to Nashville is not complete without a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and the historic Studio B. Walking the exhibits of the Country Hall of Fame enlighten and excite even the newest of country music fans, and strengthen those that are already in love with the sound!
Board the General Jackson Showboat and enjoy live entertainment while cruising along the Cumberland River or be part of the audience at the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest running live radio show and hear the legendary sound of the greatest country music. There’s also a great show your group might be interested in which is called a Tribute to the King, this live musical biography of Elvis Presley has been running since 1999.
Group tours will love to taste both the barbecue pork and renowned fried pickle at the Wildhorse Saloon or travel to Lynchburg to tour the Jack Daniel Distillery, the oldest registered distillery in the United States.
On this tour, you will hear the stories and view the whiskey making process.
After all, Nashville has the music, the attractions, the big city sights and even the small town hospitality that makes everyone feel right at home.