Be a Star for a Day! as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum brings it all together in this very unique and interactive package offering. Begin with a tour and group recording session at Historic RCA Studio B, where music legends such as Elvis and Dolly recorded timeless songs. Then visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for a self-guided tour.
After the excitement of touring and performing, enjoy a home-style barbecue buffet and line-dancing lesson at the famous Wildhorse Saloon. After lunch, head backstage at the “Mother Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium!
Learn why Nashville is known as “the Athens of the South” at the world’s only full-scale replica of the Parthenon, located inside Nashville’s Centennial Park.
Travel to Belle Meade Plantation, where 100 years of history come to life as costumed guides tell stories of plantation life.
Enjoy dinner at one of many restaurants inside Opry Mills before catching a show at the Grand Ole Opry – Nashville’s must-see attraction and the world’s longest-running live radio show. 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 famous with a post-show Opry Backstage Tour!
Step back in time at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage: Home of the People’s President. Walk through Andrew Jackson’s life and home, explore a beautiful, historic Tennessee farm and experience an important piece of Nashville and our nation’s history.
Enjoy lunch on your own at Nashville’s Farmers’ Market, featuring exciting culinary experiences from all over the world. After lunch, explore the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park and the beautiful Tennessee State Museum. Located just steps away, this free museum tells the story of Tennessee through films, and interactive and immersive displays, with special presentations of artifacts, art, furniture, textiles, photographs and more.
Embark on an adventure at Treetop Adventure Park, an aerial adventure course set in the beautiful woods of Nashville Shores, featuring 100 exciting and challenging obstacles including suspended bridges,10 zip lines, cargo nets, ladders, Tarzan jumps, and many other thrilling elements.
Entertain your group by taking in one of Music City’s many productions: A Tribute to the King, Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre, Nashville House Concerts at War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville Nightlife Theatre, Nashville Symphony, Nashville Repertory Theatre, Tennessee Performing Arts Center, or The Music of Nashville.
Visit the new National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), located in Nashville’s newest development, Fifth and Broadway. The NMAAM is the only museum in the nation with a dedicated focus on all dimensions of the contributions African Americans have made to American music.
Step aboard the General Jackson Showboat, one of the largest showboats in the country! Your taste buds will flour¬ish with the flavors of the South during our midday cruise followed by our country music variety show.
Enjoy some leisure time strolling through Opry Mills mall, the largest outlet, value retail, entertainment, and dining destination in Tennessee! Next, grab a selfie at Madame Tussauds Nashville while eating and dancing the night away at your very own DJ pizza party.
Nashville offers many performance opportunities for bands, choirs, and orchestras. Check out some of Music City’s famous stages!
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
Belle Meade Plantation
Chaffin’s Barn Theatre
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
General Jackson Showboat
Grand Ole Opry
Nashville Visitor Information Center
The Music of Nashville