Take in the many sights as you drive down the busy streets of downtown Nashville from the comfort of one of our luxury buses and delight in the diverse entertainment, dining, culture and structures that make Nashville such an attractive tourist destination.
Country Music Hall of Fame Museum
The structure of the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum alone is enough to take your breath away. Identifying and preserving the history and culture of the ever changing country music scene, the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum serves as a local history museum to the public.
Former home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium Museum has played a significant role in country music. Built in 1892, the live performance venue has seen some of country’s greatest icons pass through its doors including Johnny Cash, Patty Griffin, Neil Young and many others.
Honky Tonk Row
From country legends like Willie Nelson to today’s hottest country stars like Gretchen Wilson, Honky Tonk Row has been the birth place of country stars since the Grand Ole Opry took its place in Ryman Auditorium. Enjoy the Honky Tonks of today and don’t be surprised if you run into Nashville’s next biggest star.
Music Row is often considered the heart of Nashville’s music industry; its street is lined with record labels, recording studios, radio networks and other production companies. Look out for the iconic Studio B building, a studio where many country legends have recorded their music.
Known as Nashville’s finest dining and entertainment venue, the Wildhorse Saloon made a grand entrance in 1994 when Reba McEntire herded a stampede of cattle past the Wildhorse Saloon during its opening day. From its award-winning menu to its vibrant atmosphere, the Wildhorse Saloon remains Nashville’s number one club to this day and contributes to the unique characteristics of Nashville.
Established in 1779, Fort Nashboro was a stockade that would later become the first settlement of Nashville, Tennessee. Visit a reconstruction of the squared stockade containing 20 log cabins and learn about how the, “music city” got started.
Tennessee State Capitol
Tennessee’s State Capitol building designed by renowned architect William Strickland is a prominent reflection of Greek Revival architecture and is behind the city’s nickname, “The Athens of the South”. Notice the top of the capitol building, Tennessee’s State Capitol boasts being one of the 11 state capitol buildings that doesn’t have a dome.
Bicentennial State Park
As you travel West out of the city on your Nashville excursion you will come to Bicentennial State Park, home to the only full size replica of the Parthenon in the world! Built to celebrate Tennessee’s 100th birthday in 1896, this wondrous structure compliments Tennessee’s State Capitol.
Take a drive down Millionaire’s Row, just outside of Nashville. Home to country music stars like Martina McBride, Minnie Pearl, Tammy Wynette and Webb Pierce, you will enjoy the breathtaking views of the homes of the rich and famous.