If you want to visit Nashville, there are so many things to do you can’t fit them all. Luckily, I have distilled some of the best tours into 12 of the best. Even if you can’t make them all, they offer fun and activity so that you never have a dull moment or waste an opportunity to experience the sights and sounds. If you want to see a specific main attraction or if you want to experience the whole city within one tour, Nashville has got you covered. What’s the best thing about this? These 12 tours are some of the best and are only the tip of the iceberg with even more unique and interesting tours to find.
Tour #1: Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is one of Nashville’s biggest attractions. You can also purchase a tour and go backstage to get a feel on how shows are produced.
Tour #2: Ryman Auditorium
The Ryman Auditorium tour is also a Nashville favorite and gets high reviews as one of the most excellent and informative tours in the city. It’s worth the trip.
Tour #3: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame is Nashville, TN. It’s got everything that makes Nashville a great place to visit. If you don’t like country, you might be a country music lover by the time you leave.
Tour # 4: RCA Studio B
If you really want to see where some of the hottest Nashville actions has occurred, check out RCA Studio B to give you a live and time feel of what it might be like to be a country music star.
Tour # 5: Fontanel Mansion
Fontanel Mansion is also a great experience if you want to see the side of Nashville that’s country, rich, and fabulous.
Tour # 6: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
This is a great historical tour and is very educational. Step into history and visit a place where one of the country’s most famous presidents spent his time.
Tour # 7: Opry Land Hotel Gardens
This is a great and relaxing tour. If you are looking for a low impact nature experience, a little beauty, with the proper amount of southern grace and charm, schedule this tour.
Tour # 8: The Johnny Cash Museum
The only thing bad about this museum is that is over the top in memorabilia. But that’s not really a bad thing and most people come away from the tour loving it, and with more souvenirs than they originally planned to buy.
Tour # 9: Downtown Nashville
Nashville’s a big place to get into all at once or all on your own. The Downtown Nashville tour will give you what you need of the city to help you figure out your likes and dislikes among all the sights and sounds.
Tour # 10: Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park
This is another great nature experience with excellent acoustics if you want something a little different from downtown and the night life.
Tour # 11: Cummerbland Carriage Tours
These fun carriage tours are really one of those little things that give the city so much life and character. If you ever wanted to ride on a horse and buggy like they did one hundred years ago, then you might want to check out this tour to have an unforgettable Nashville memory.
Tour #12: Nashville Bike Tour
This is a super fun and new tip of tour that incorporates exercise and clean transportation into the tour. If you want a super healthy Nashville tour, or if you need to work off eating your way through a couple of restaurants, this is your badge of courage to say you biked through the whole city.