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Things to Do in Nashville in November 2021

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Head to the birthplace of country music to experience an amazing November vacation. In Nashville, TN, there are a ton of entertainment options to delight! Fill your itinerary with fantastic and classic shows at the Grand Ole Opry, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, or embark upon the hilarious Redneck Comedy Bus Tour's Dancing Lights of Christmas Nashville Christmas Drive Thru. 

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Top November Things To Do In Nashville
Nov 2, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is rich with history. It's been around for nearly a century. Over the years many stars have performed here. Many consider this the place where they got their start. These days up and coming performers, and well-established ones both play at the Grand Ole Opry. A trip to Nashville just isn't complete unless a show at the Opry is taken in. Visitors can expect to hear many modern singers, as well as see shows that pay homage to those who have played in the past. Shows last for about 2 hours. They are suitable for all ages. A wide array of different performers put shows on throughout the year. Be sure to pick up a ticket or two to see your favorites. This makes a great family outing. It's also an excellent date night destination. Any music lover will want to take in a show at this historic and important venue.
Nov 4, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
General Jackson Showboat Nashville Lunch & Dinner Cruises
General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises: The General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises is the perfect cruise to go on in the month of November. This cruise is the perfect adventure to go on with your family because you will be able to enjoy seeing amazing scenery that this cruise has to offer. To start, you will be able to enjoy seeing the waterside of downtown Nashville. You will also later on be able to enjoy the relaxation of watching the water and enjoying a good meal on the cruise. The cruise is equipped to be able to see and enjoy everything on the water. It is definitely an experience of a lifetime that you and your family will treasure for the rest of your lives. The panoramic views and the skyscrapers are the perfect way to relax and enjoy the cruise with your family in November the most.
Nov 1, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame offers tons of amazing exhibits that are a fixture in the museum. There are also traveling exhibits that spotlight things such as the Sing Me Back Home Exhibit that details folk roots and the impact they've has on the entertainment industry. In the Country Music Hall of Fame patrons are able to travel through decades of history. There's even a wall that showcases gold as well as platinum record that is ever topped the charts. Located in downtown Nashville's most exciting area this enticingly modern and beautiful building is one of Nashville's hottest attractions. This beloved museum as well as its Hall of Fame seek to preserve the legacy as well as history of the Country genres and its most legendary performances. The Hall of Fame as well as Museum showcases numerous unique exhibits with each one dedicated to showcasing the history of entertainment in its own unique way.
Nov 1, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
Belle Meade Plantation Tour
Enjoy a tour of the beautiful and historic Belle Meade Plantation. This amazing home dates back to 1807. Throughout the years, the estate has undergone changes to reflect the times. Learn all about these changes during this one hour tour. Visitors will have the chance to see the house that is furnished with lovely period style pieces. Learn about the stables, horse racing, the sawmill, and all aspects of this house. This mansion went from a plantation owning over 125 slaves, used to run it, to having a workforce of 72 waged workers. Some of these workers were former slaves who choose to stay on as hired help. After the tour, guests are invited to spend some time at the winery. Most guests spend approximately two hours here. There are a lovely gift shop and restaurant on-site for those who wish to pick up a memento or grab a bite to eat.
Nov 1, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
The Redneck Comedy Bus Tour Nashville
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A fantastically fun and hilarious way to spend a chilly November day is on board the Redneck Comedy Bus tour, located in Nashville, Tennessee. This tour offers riders a view of the famous and historic sites for which downtown Nashville is known, such as the Ryman, Country Music Hall of Fame and Music Row. A redneck good time can be had with a ride on a camo climate-controlled bus, enjoying music, drinks and learning the redneck lingo. While guests are allowed to bring alcoholic drinks on the bus and PG-13 humor will be heard, the tour is open to people of all ages. The morning tours usually run two hours while afternoon tours are 90 minutes, with departures at Frugal MacDoogal and Nashville Palace. Christmas tours are longer and last 2 hours. Considered one of the top attractions in Nashville, the bus tour is handicap accessible and cameras are permitted.
Nov 1, 2021 to Nov 30, 2021
Opry House Backstage Tour
Few things inspire nostalgia like the Opry House. Many have grown up watching many music stars grace its stage to inspire others with their music. For the country music fan, life would not be complete without going to visit. Why not pair a visit with a behind-the-scenes tour? This landmark venue offers a tour to enthrall one and all. Via video, CMA Male Vocalist of the Year Blake Shelton guides one and all through the rich history of the structure. Built in 1974, its true history begins all the way back in the early 1950s with a radio show that showed off talents such as Elvis Presley. The tour allows folks to see firsthand the places where music icons stood, performed, and rehearsed along with a glimpse into what happens behind the scenes. Without the Opry House, country music would not hold the standing in the world that it enjoys today. Taking the tour during lovely autumn allows you to indulge in some much needed nostalgia as we all reminisce of days gone by. Stop by for a history lesson and a fun time!
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