Take a little time out of your next Nashville vacation to enjoy the sights, sounds, and culture of the city while aboard this fantastic 45-Minute Carriage Ride; breathing fresh air into the tours of the city, guests will be treated to a wonderful sightseeing excursion. The tour allows guests to climb aboard one of the company's amazing carriages to be whisked away on an adventure. Just a few of the sights include the Johnny Cash Museum, The Ryman Auditorium, and more.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
The Ryman Auditorium is known for its vast role in country music history. One of the most notable performing arts centers, the Ryman's stage has been graced with the likes of Neil Young, Patsy Cline, and the Foo Fighters as well as having served as the home of the Country Music Association Awards from 1968 through 1973. The Ryman features over two thousand seats and is located at 116 5th Avenue North.
Drive By The Hermitage on Old Hickory Blvd
Nestled on a sprawling estate near Nashville, TN, the Hermitage was once home to late President Andrew Jackson. The home features sprawling gardens and landscaping sights as well as the tomb of Jackson. The mansion itself is filled with history, making it the perfect destination for history lovers.
Drive By Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN
The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN is a fantastic place for entertainment. From concerts and performances to sports events and everything in between, the arena always has something interesting going on.
Drive By Johnny Cash Museum
Learn about the Man in Black at the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville, TN. The museum features plenty of exhibits about the life of Johnny Cash and the impact he had on country music. Guests can also dine at the delicious Bongo Java Cafe.
Drive By Tootsies Orchid Lounge
Head to downtown Nashville for a unique experience at Tootsies Orchid Lounge. The lounge is filled with entertainment sure to delight all ages. From various concerts that take place there to the delicious food, a trip to Tootsies is a must-have.
Drive By Tennessee State Museum
Discover the history of Music City at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville. The museum has countless exhibits on display for curious visitors to peruse. From silver and weaponry to Victorian paintings and articles from historic figures such as Daniel Boone and Andrew Johnson.
Drive By Rippy's Smokin' Bar & Grill
Rippy's Smokin' Bar & Grill in Nashville, TN is one of the local favorites. Exploring Nashville can really make you work up an appetite, so a stop at Rippy's is a great way to taste the local flavors. From crispy, fried appetizers like onion rings and fries to mouthwatering ribs and flaky chicken, you are sure to find something to excite your taste buds.
Drive By Nashville Symphony Schermerhorn Symphony Center
For a little culture and class while visiting Nashville, the Nashville Symphony Schermerhorn Symphony Center is the perfect place to see. The symphony house was named for Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn and is located in downtown Nashville. Something is always going on at the center, as it hosts a wide array of concerts and events throughout the year.
Drive By Country Music Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame is on everyone's Nashville bucket list. The museum pays homage to some of the industry's greatest performers. Just a few of the inductees include the band Alabama, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, and more. As well as inducting new members each year, several exhibits grace the attraction; as they are ever-changing, the Country Music Hall of Fame offers something new each time you visit.
Drive By Wildhorse Saloon
With live entertainment and a delicious menu, the Wildhorse Saloon is coveted as one of the most popular bars in the area. The country music hub features plenty of concerts, events, benefits, and more with musical guests from Darius Rucker to local favorites like Brother Trouble.
Drive By Tennessee State Capitol Building
Explore the history of Tennessee with a visit to the Tennessee State Capitol Building. Built in 1859, the architectural landmark is also home to many different monuments such as the famous Andrew Jackson Statue.
Drive By Printer's Alley
Printer's Alley is known as one of the most famous landmarks in Nashville. Home to honky tonks and bars like Lonnie's Western Room, Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar, and the Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar, the nightlife here is bustling. And, during the day, you can explore the history of the area. With humble beginnings as Nashville's printing and publishing hub, Printer's Alley still remains one of the most popular places in the city.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity to see one of the great attractions in Nashville, TN.