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Things to Do in Nashville, TN in October 2021

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Nashville, TN is a gorgeous place, especially in the fall! See the leaves turn color and enjoy a variety of great shows, attractions, museums, and more. From the Grand Ole Opry to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, your Nashville, TN getaway is sure to be a blast. 

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Top October Things To Do In Nashville
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021
General Jackson Showboat Nashville Lunch & Dinner Cruises
The General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises are located in Nashville Tennessee. These boats are uniquely designed after the old paddle boats that use to cruise up and down the Mississippi River. You will not only get to enjoy yourself but you will also get to experience a little bit of this country’s history. On this dinner cruise you will get to ride down the Cumberland River to see everything that downtown Nashville has to offer. This amazing and enormous boat is capable of carrying up to thirteen hundred passengers and it has been in business since 1985. Your ticket price includes dinner and drinks and you will get to enjoy your food while being entertained. This cruise is appropriate for all ages to attend and is also handicap accessible. Feel free to bring along your camera or video camera if you want. You can expect your cruise to last about two and a half hours.
Oct 2, 2021 to Oct 30, 2021
Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry, situated several miles from Tennessee's historic capital city, offers you the best country music entertainment and Southern hospitality near Nashville. At any Grand Ole Opry concert event, you can see all the most popular and talented country music stars in concert: Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Taylor Swift, Martina McBride, Dolly Parton, Tim McGraw, and much more. During your stay in Nashville, you can enjoy the best of American country music in the Grand Ole Opry House and discover the many pleasant surprises that awaits you there: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Arrington Vineyards, Cheekwood Botanical Garden, Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, Adventure Science Center, Cathedral of the Incarnation, etc. Moreover, the Grand Ole Opry is a stone's throw from Opry Mills Mall, the largest outlet in the state of Tennessee in which which you can get an amazing variety of great savings and true value at many stores located there.
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021
The Redneck Comedy Bus Tour Nashville
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Explore the historic city of Nashville in style today. Well, redneck style in a bus that’s colored for comedic effect. However, this tour is fun for all ages. The morning tours and holiday tours typically last around 2 hours for good reason, and the afternoon tours last 90 minutes or an hour and a half. Despite the tour the guest chooses, they are sure to laugh their heads off while on this tour as the guides are Nashville comedians that are blessed with the knowledge of everything historical in Nashville. They give guests a tour they won’t soon forget. I mean really a yellow school bus painted to suit the “fancy” of its guests. Guests will be taken all over the city to great places like the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman, and Music Row. Guests will enjoy music and comedy from one of the best rated tours in the Nashville area. They have great accolades and awards to credit their tour, and even had guests laughing so hard they cried or peed themselves laughing. Yeah, they’re that funny!
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 30, 2021
Homes of the Stars Bus Tour
If you are a country music fan, October is a wonderful time to visit Nashville and enjoy the Homes of the Stars Bus Tour. First up on the agenda is a tour of Nashville, where your guide will show you some of its best features Nashville has to offer, which includes the Cumberland River and the Tennesse State Capital. After the tour of Nashville, it is off to some of the neighborhoods where some of your favorite artists live. You will get a closeup view of real estate belonging to artists such as Dolly Parton, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Ronnie Dunn, Trisha Yearwood, and many more. Also, included in the tour are tickets to the Madame Tussauds wax museum. The museum is filled with wax replicas of famous actors, musicians, and other celebrities. Take a self-guided tour stopping along the way to take selfies with all your favorite celebrities. The bus tour and the tour of Madame Tussauds museum will make for an unforgettable October.
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021
Nashville Helicopter Tours
There is nothing like an Ariel view of Nashville, TN, the music city. With Nashville Helicopter Tours, that becomes plausible several times reoccurring throughout the year. Famous attractions of the cities grand culture and infrastructure can be seen from above, as you soar over it piloted by our licensed staff. We are talking a birds eye view of Parthenon, Ryman Auditorium, and even the Grand Ole Opry. There are several options on the tours from a buzzing city view of downtown to toasting champagne with something a little on the smoother side. While endowing on Nashville Helicopter Tours, your safety can be ensured, our pilots have over 145,000+ hours and 180 years of experience piloting air vessels. Tours take place frequently and can helicopters can seat up to three passengers. Take flight today with us, and you will be grounded with an unforgettable experience that is simply breathe taking. An overhead view of the iconic Music City and all it has to offer, perhaps the best part is that photo and video are allowed on our tours. Don't wait forever to make a good memory, your opportunity starts here!
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
During the month of October, the leaves are turning in Nashville. This is only one of the reasons why many people visit the city. Another is to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame. With the cooler weather in October, it's often a bit more pleasant for guests to walk around the attraction while learning about classic and modern country music artists. There are a few interactive exhibits for guests to enjoy while they are at the Hall of Fame. Guests will also be able to see some of the traveling exhibits that are only there for a short time. One of the features that guests can view is a wall of gold and platinum records that artists from all decades have received. There are also a few recordings of songs that haven't been heard on the radio or that haven't been included in albums that have been released to the public.
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