Nashville Tours: Musical Legends and Modern Stars

Nashville is known for its musical history, with legends like Elvis and modern stars like Miley Cyrus gracing the area with their melodic talents. For a condensed history of the various aspects of Nashville, including the personal history of your favorite stars, try one of these fun tours.

Grand Legends Tour

From the Grand Ole Opry House to a visit to the plaza, this tour has it all. You’ll see all of the quintessentially “Nashville” sites, like the Gaylord Opryland Resort. The tour price even includes a ride on one of the world-famous Delta Boats, which takes you around the 4.5 acres of indoor botanical gardens, rivers and waterfalls. Explore the gardens beneath the glass dome ceiling.

Homes of the Stars Tour

A true Nashville trip isn’t complete without first trying to catch a glimpse of the many stars that reside there. On this tour, you’ll take a cozy passenger bus to see the many Homes of the Stars as well as other Nashville landmarks. You’ll pass by the homes of Trace Adkins, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood and Dolly Parton, just to name a few.

Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner

For something a little more unique, take this nighttime tour. You’ll begin your tour with a true Nashville flavor, barbecue, at a locally-owned restaurant. From there, you’ll take a motorcoach past several sites, all of which are back-lit against the dark Nashville sky. You’ll see the Historic River Front, Schermerhorn Symphony Hall, the Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Bicentennial Mall as well as other attractions. There will even be a stop in the downtown area so that you can explore the famed Honkey Tonk Row.

Whether you’re hobnobbing with Country stars, seeing where musical legends perform or exploring Nashville by night, any of these spectacular tours is a great addition to your Music City vacation. Be sure to choose a lodging option that’s nearby all of the best Nashville activities, like the Guesthouse Inn & Suites Music Valley, which is within 2 miles of the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show and the General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises. Not your style? Try the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Opryland, which is less than half a mile from the Homes of the Stars Tour’s starting point.

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