The General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises offer several different cruising options to sail the beautiful Cumberland River aboard a paddlewheel riverboat and admire the attractions of Nashville and central Tennessee.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum attraction showcases the history of country music from its beginnings to the current age with interactive exhibits, recordings of country star legends and a showcase of artifacts and memorabilia.
The Johnny Cash Museum is an attraction you don’t want to miss whether you are a fan of the legendary singer or not. You will be able to view original Johnny Cash artifacts and see interactive exhibits that include his instruments, costumes, and among others, his artwork.
The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, is a beautiful and historic attraction, an antebellum plantation that shows what life was like in the Old South, as well as the final resting place of Andrew and Rachel Jackson.
This spectacular attraction brings back to life some of the greatest history of the era of recorded music. Taking guests on a journey from the beginning of the 20th century all the way to modern times, there is something to marvel at for fans of all genres.
For a classic tour with southern charm, the Belle Meade Plantation Tour attraction features world-famous thoroughbred horses, a variety of grape, muscadine, and blackberry wine tastings, and offers a day full of old-fashioned Victorian entertainment.
Available 284 days between Aug 26, 2019 & Dec 31, 2020
When it comes to attractions, overwhelmingly luxurious Nashville is the perfect vacation getaway locale, so cash in on this ideal "The George Jones Museum" vacation package to create guaranteed fun times.
Revisit the life and times of Confederate General John Bell Hood and Judge John Overton as you and your family learn the details of slavery, the Civil War, and frontier advancements during your experience at Nashville's Historic Travellers Rest House Plantation & Museum, & Attractions curated by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.