Music City Total Access Discount Attraction Pass
SAVE UP TO 43% ON BUILD-YOUR-OWN ATTRACTIONS PASS!
The Music City Total Access Pass lets you put together a unique experience all at a cool discount. Enjoy the freedom - and the savings - then go write your own ticket to entertainment.
For just $75, you get:
- Admission into your choice of 4 attractions & tours from the 23 listed below
- Free admission to The Parthenon
- Free admission to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame
- 25% off the Music City Hop On/Off Trolley Tour
- 10% off at Shop Music City at the Visitor Information Center
That's SIX attractions and TWO discounts for just $75 - saving you up to 43%!
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Adventure Science Center
800 Fort Negley Boulevard
It’s an amazing, original scientific adventure! Travel to the outer reaches of the galaxy in the Sudekum Planetarium and Space Chase wing. In BodyQuest, explore the systems of the human body, and then climb the seven levels of the Adventure Tower to discover the many roles science plays in everyday life. Approx. length of tour: 2-2.5 hours - self guided / 30 min-1 hr for Planetarium show
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage: Home of the People's President
4580 Rachel’s Lane
Visit the home of America’s 7th President, Andrew Jackson, and encounter the era and people that shaped young America’s Future. Discover our nation’s history on 1,120 acres of farmland. Experience the past through the new, state of the art exhibit “Andrew Jackson: Born for a Storm”, museum, costumed interpreter-led mansion tours, horse-drawn wagon tours, and enchanting seasonal walking tours. Informative site-wide digital audio tours also available. Museum store on site. Approx. length of tour: 2 hours - partially-guided
Belle Meade Plantation
5025 Harding Pike
At Belle Meade Plantation you can tour, shop, wine, and dine! What started as a log cabin and 250 acres, grew into a beautiful Greek Revival mansion, one of the largest estates in Nashville, covering 5,400 acres, and became the epicenter of the thoroughbred horse industry. Visit the site where the bloodlines of Secretariat, Seabiscuit, and Funny Cide started. Hear this amazing story as guides in period attire lead you through the beautifully-restored mansion. Tours conclude in the Winery at Belle Meade Plantation where guests receive a free wine tasting. The museum store, winery, and restaurant are open daily. Approx length of tour: 1.5-2 hours - guided
1700 Acklen Avenue
Discover Belmont Mansion’s unique and engaging past. Join us daily for guided tours through ornate rooms furnished in Victorian opulence and brimming with American history. Built in 1853, this Italian villa-style mansion was once owned by the wealthy and powerful Adelicia Acklen, whose prismatic stories of strength, perseverance, and character during and after the Civil War justifiably make her Nashville’s own steel magnolia. Accompanying her incredible story as one of American history’s most notable leading ladies, the history of Belmont Mansion is equally intriguing, serving as headquarters for the Union army during the Civil War, a girl’s school during the Gilded Age, and the site of Adelicia’s numerous elaborate parties during the Victorian Era. Approx. length of tour: 1.25 hours - guided
Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art
1200 Forrest Park Drive
Experience Cheekwood, the 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of color and horticultural diversity with eleven specialty display gardens and stunning natural landscape. The Museum of Art has collections of painting, sculpture, and decorative arts. Visitors can enjoy year-round family-friendly activities with four distinct festivals held during the year. From Cheekwood in Bloom with more than 100,000 tulips in the spring, to a children’s wonderland of Christmas trees, trains, Santa, live reindeer, and 750,000 twinkling lights during the holiday season. Cheekwood celebrates the seasons in style with something for everyone! Approx. length of tour: 2 hours Gardens - self-guided / 45 min-1 hour Museum Tour - self-guided
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
222 Fifth Avenue South
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the definitive home of America’s music, safeguarding more than 2.5 million priceless artifacts, including countless recordings and photographs, numerous stage costumes, musical instruments, and more. Also, experience our other local historic properties, RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print. Approx. length of tour: 2.5-3 hours - self-guided
The Delta Riverboat Company
Gaylord Opryland Resort
2800 Opryland Drive
Think you have seen everything there is to see at Gaylord Opryland? You haven’t unless you set sail with the Delta Riverboat Company and let them guide you through the 4.5-acre indoor garden, past the 85-foot Delta fountain, around The Old Hickory Steakhouse, and by three different waterfalls. Approx. length of tour: 30 min - guided
Echoes of Nashville
Begins at: 501 Broadway
Take a stroll through one of the most historic cities in the South. Did you know Nashville started as a frontier fort during the American Revolution, or that women gained the right to vote here? Take a walk with us and learn how music is only part of the city’s rich history. Join us for a pleasant walk around downtown and leave with a better understanding of the real Nashville. Oh, and, of course, you’ll learn how Nashville became Music City. If you like to truly discover the cities you visit, then this is the tour for you. Reserve your ticket at echoesofnashville.com. Echoes of Nashville is about a 1.5 mile loop and typically takes about 1.5 hours - guided.
The “Famous Footsteps” (Walking Tour) - Reservations Required
Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, and Tom Ryman are just a few of the people who have made their mark on the historical city of Nashville. On this tour you'll walk paths along lower Broadway, learning about the people (and places) that helped make it "Music City". Tours are made by reservation. A calendar of available days and times is at experiencenashvilletours.com. Tour distance is approximately 6 blocks and typically takes 2 hours - guided.
The Fontanel Mansion & Farm - Reservations Required
4125 Whites Creek Pike
Once the family home of country music legend Barbara Mandrell, the Mansion at Fontanel has been filled to the brim with photos, memorabilia, and personal items from the period when the Mandrell family lived there. Visitors are encouraged to look, touch, feel, and relax in this magnificent home. Tours are offered in small intimate groups and tend to sell out. Please call in advance for availability and to make reservations. The mansion is open daily from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Approx. length of tour: 1.5-2 hours - guided
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Enjoy ever-changing art from around the world and hands-on activities in our interactive ArtQuest Gallery. 2016 exhibitions include works by Goya, Rubens and Renoir; Italian Automobiles; Soviet photography and film; iconic pottery, textiles and jewelry; Samurai arms and armor; and much more. Visit fristcenter.org for a complete exhibition schedule. Tickets may be subject to timed entry. Kids 18 and under are always free. Approx. length of tour: 1-1.5 hours - self-guided
George Jones Museum
128 2nd Avenue North
Referred to as the greatest country music singer of all time, George Jones lives on in the George Jones Entertainment Complex and Museum. Four levels with great food, live entertainment, museum/gift shop and a rooftop bar on the river. Museum is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Restaurant and Rooftop Bar are open 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. Sunday – Thursday and 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Approx. length of tour: 1-1.5 hours - self-guided
Grand Ole Opry House Daytime Backstage Tour
2804 Opryland Drive
A must-see for everyone visiting Music City! Learn the fascinating story of the Grand Ole Opry with a tour of the Grand Ole Opry House. Walk in the footsteps of country music’s superstars and get an exclusive look at what happens behind the scenes of the show that made country music. Tours are usually available every day (February-October) but please call in advance to confirm tour availability. Approx. length of tour: 1 hour - guided
Hatch Show Print
224 5th Ave. South
TAKE THE OFFICIAL TOUR, PRINT A POSTER. Hatch Show Print is one of America’s oldest working letterpress print shops and a local favorite. Hatch Show Print has created original art for Grand Ole Opry Stars, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and for many of today’s artist including Fleetwood Mac, Pearl Jam and The Black Keys. Take a guided tour through the history of Hatch Show Print. See where these one-of-a-kind posters are created, learn about letterpress printing, immerse yourself in the process, and print your own commemorative poster to take home! Approx. length of tour: 45min-1 hour - guided
Hick Chick Tours - Nashville's Original Pub Crawl - Reservations Required
154 2nd Avenue North (Dick’s Last Resort)
Hick Chick Tours offers The Honky Tonk Pub Crawl, which is a walking tour and pub crawl combined. You’ll visit four-five pubs while seeing sights up close, learning stories of Music City's past, and laughing all along the way (approximately three hours and must be 21+ to participate). Yes, men can come, too! Availability is limited; you must make a reservation online, and your credit card will not be charged when using this pass unless you don’t show up for the tour. www.hickchicktours.com. Approx. length of tour: 2-3 hours, depending on tour - guided
Historic RCA Studio B
222 Fifth Avenue South
Upgrade your Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum experience by adding a tour of Historic RCA Studio B. As Music City’s only studio tour, Studio B provides a glimpse into the heart of the Nashville Sound during one of its most exciting and classic periods. This legendary studio produced hits by Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Charley Pride, and others. Requires a second Total Access ticket and can only be used in conjunction with the museum. Approx. length of tour: 1 hour - guided
Historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum
636 Farrell Parkway
Historic Travellers Rest is Nashville’s premier civil war site, and was Hood’s headquarters before the Battle of Nashville. Built by Judge John Overton in 1799, Travellers Rest is the oldest historic site open to the public in Nashville. It is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the Overton home and serving as a gateway for learners of all ages to explore and experience Nashville’s historic past. Approx. length of tour: 45min-1 hour - guided
The Johnny Cash Museum
119 Third Avenue South
Located in the heart of downtown Nashville (119 Third Ave. S), The Johnny Cash Museum is dedicated to the life and music career of the late “Man in Black". Exhibits featuring the world’s largest most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia, chronicle Cash’s legacy through stunning graphics, artifacts and interactive technology. Items include stage costumes, instruments, personal letters, artwork, and handwritten lyrics as well as contributions from family members and notable friends. Nashville Parent magazine recognized the museum for its appeal to all ages as the entire attraction is child-friendly. Take a three dimensional journey through the life and livelihood of this international icon and remember your experience with the wide variety of Cash souvenirs, apparel, and rare collectibles available in The Museum Store. Approx. length of tour: 45 min-1 hour - self-guided
Music City Rollin' Jamboree - Reservations Required
330 Commerce Street
There are city tours, and then there’s the Music City Rollin’ Jamboree. A bawdy, comedy-filled, sing-along tour on wheels that serves up a few of Nashville’s sights, sings some of its greatest songs and shares quirky city secrets along the way. They will have you laughing and singing all throughout Music City on this 90 minute tour. Tours run Wednesday-Saturday and reservations are required; must be 21+ to take this tour. Alcohol is allowed (no glass and no open cups) Approx. length of tour: 1.30 hours - guided
PLEASE NOTE: The bus leaves from 330 Commerce Street at 11:15am and 2:15pm ONLY, Alcohol is allowed (no glass, no open cups), MUST BE 21 TO RIDE.
Riders must arrive: 15 minutes early to claim your seat.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
401 Gay Street
The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum showcases the music of all genres and the very instruments that some of history’s greatest musicians used to record many classic hits. Opening in early 2016, the Grammy Museum Gallery is an 8,500 square foot interactive exhibit that educates visitors on various aspects of the music industry and details the history of music’s highest honor – The Grammys. Approx. length of tour: 1 hour - self-guided
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
3777 Nolensville Pike
Get to the Zoo! You can hang loose like the gibbons while you see animals from across the globe in natural habitats resembling the many environments of our world. Discover clouded leopards and red pandas along the Bamboo Trail, see white rhinos, giraffes, and zebra wandering through African Savannahs, and explore the Unseen New World with some of the wildest things you’ve never seen. Have hands on fun and kick it with our red kangaroos in the Kangaroo Kickabout or take a selfie with a goat, alpaca, or Galapagos tortoise at Critter Encounters. You can also monkey around our 66,000-square-foot Jungle Gym playground, take a spin on the Wild Animal Carousel, ride our Wilderness Express train or be surrounded by more than 50 Australian parrots at Lorikeet Landing. Approx. length of tour: 3-4 hours - self-guided
The Redneck Comedy Tour - Reservations Required
Ever wonder what country stars do when not on the radio? Is Music Row actually haunted? All of this and more is revealed in a two-hour fun-filled tour of Nashville’s most famous and historic sites: Sunday - Friday 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m., 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. Schedules vary seasonally and reservations must be made by phone no more than 7 days prior to the requested tour date. Leave your name and cell phone number along with the date and time of the tour you’d like to book, and you will get a call back to confirm. There is not a ticket booth at either location. Arrive 15 minutes early and look for the camouflage bus. Passes are collected upon boarding the bus. Approx. length of tour: 2 hours - guided
Things to know:
- There is not a ticket booth at either location.
- Arrive 15 minutes early and look for the camouflage bus.
- 11am Tour - Meet behind Nashville Palace, 2611 McGavock Pike (Music Valley Area)
- 2pm Tour - Meet at Whiskey Bent Saloon, 306 Broadway (NOT at Whiskey Kitchen)
- 4pm Tour – Meet at Whiskey Bent Saloon, 306 Broadway (most Saturdays, call to check your date)
116 Fifth Avenue North
Take a journey through entertainment history with a daytime tour of the Ryman Auditorium, the most famous former home of the Grand Ole Opry. Be immersed in the Ryman’s magical history during the one-of-a-kind “Soul of Nashville” theater experience and enjoy five new exhibits complete with videos hosted by stars including Nicole Kidman, Charles Esten and Trisha Yearwood. Approx. length of tour: 45 min-1 hour - self-guided
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