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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 1, 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, TN
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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 28, 2021
Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
What is there to do in Nashville? Well, there’s always Music City. A famous, historic, and beautiful concert hall that still plays live bands. This place is great for all ages, even children can have a blast at Music City. They have a dinner and a show that lasts around 2 and a half hours and boasts a great buffet with deliciously home cooked and home-style meals with great refreshments and beverages. If you’re going to Nashville for the nightlife, then stop over to Music City and enjoy a great night for the entire family. Great country performances from the best today playing some of the best songs from the past. The dinner is before the show, and the concert will take the remainder of the time. However, if you’re visiting Nashville, Tennessee, you’ll want to check into one of the great local hotels and visit one of the many great nearby attractions as well. Some of these attractions include museums, the Grand Ole Opry, Murder Mystery shows, and adventure cruises. What are you waiting for? Go buy your tickets to Nashville today and bring the family!
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 31, 2021
Opry House Backstage Tour
Touring the Opry House for the backstage tour is a great experience. As guests come in to take their 45 minutes to hour long tour, they will be guided via video by Blake Shelton, the CMA male Vocalist of the Year. Guests get to see where their favorites to ever perform have laced their boots, got dressed, and prepared for their concert. This is home to the place that make Elvis, Elvis Presley and got him the career of a superstar. The performance era of the Opry House is so much shorter than the radio era of the Opry House, but this is where the best to ever do it got ready for their performance, and don’t forget, Blake Shelton himself via video will be walking you through the backstage tour. This place boasts the greatest country artists that have performed here over the years, and stars that still do. It gives guests the insight into how it was back in the day, and they will walk the guest through the history of the Opry House.
Oct 1, 2021 to Oct 21, 2021
Nashville Night Trolley Tour
Nashville is certainly beautiful by day, but it takes on a whole look at night, and October is a fun time to take a trolley tour through the city. The lights are bright and the nightlife is hot. Hop on the double-decker bus and settle in for a night of fun. The driver will guide the bus to many famous landmarks and some of the greatest destinations that the city of Nashville offers. Pack some snacks as the tour guide talks about some of the hottest spots in town. This tour will showcase places such as Downtown Nashville, which is the place to shop, eat, drink, and listen to some great music. Other stops include The Parthenon, which is known as one of Nashville’s most famous buildings. The Riverfront Park where views of the river can not beat, and the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. This 19-acre park contains a 200-foot map of Tennessee made from granite.
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