Sightsee Nashville with Antebellum Mansion and Home Holiday Tours

Thanksgiving is past and Christmas brings a new look to many of the historical structures near Nashville with the Antebellum Mansion and Home Holiday Tours. During the month of December, many of these attractions will be adorned in festive wreaths, lights and interior decor to display for visitors. Discover what Christmas was like over a century ago, and walk through each mansion for an extensive tour. Some of the plantations and mansions that will be participating in this grand event include the famous Belle Meade Plantation, Belmont Mansion, Hermitage and Sam Davis Home. Stay nearby in some of the Nashville lodging to get the full experience of your vacation.

Once you’re done touring these historical sights, you can receive a broader overview of the city with an “All About Nashville Pass.” With the pass, you can travel from landmark to landmark aboard an exciting trolley. You’ll be able to view theaters and architectural wonders like the Ryman Auditorium, Parthenon and State Capitol. Once you’re done on the trolley, you’ll travel on foot with the Nashville Unpublished Walking Tour. Finally, add the icing on the cake to your activity with admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, where you can view the best and most legendary country stars to ever perform!

 Also, you can add a little luxury to your visit to Tennessee with the Nashville Limo Sightseeing Tours. Choose from one hour to up to three hours of exciting sightseeing across the mansions of stars like Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton and Alan Jackson. Each place has its own unique look, and you’ll be able to view each one in style to match the high class of the music stars. Choose from either a full stretch limo or comfortable SUV to travel.

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