See The Grand Ole Opry and Cruise on The General Jackson

Treat yourself to three nights in Nashville, The Grand Ole Opry, and the General Jackson Showboat Dinner Cruise.

The Grand Ole Opry is always bringing the hottest new artists and Country Legends to the stage. July artists include The Oak Ridge Boys, Mel Tillis, Charlie Daniels Band and the Bellamy Brothers and many more, performing live shows on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. There’s a show to fit your schedule.GeneralJacksonShowboat

Vacations Made Easy is inviting you to take advantage of our Grand Ole Opry Package, including your tickets to the Opry, three nights lodging in your choice of more than 80 hotels, and a dinner cruise on the General Jackson!

The 300-foot long paddle wheel riverboat, General Jackson is the largest showboat in the world. The cruise includes an elegant evening of dining and sightseeing on the beautiful Cumberland River, and live entertainment on board.general jackson

Choose your hotel and your show, and set off for three nights of Southern hospitality and legendary entertainment.


4 thoughts on “See The Grand Ole Opry and Cruise on The General Jackson

  1. I have never been to Nashville, but these are both two activities that I would definitely have to experience if I went. Everyone seems to have a great time and love the shows!

  2. I’ve been told by multiple people how wonderful Nashville is! I’m definitely going to start planning a trip for this year!

  3. I have to say I’ve been wanting to go on The General Jackson for awhile now, and I think my next Vacation just might be to Nashville since I enjoyed Memphis so much 🙂

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