Along the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour is an exciting experience that will take you through the magnificent city as it is brilliantly lit by the lights of the night.
Begin the tour with a scrumptious BBQ dinner at Rippey's, a locally owned restaurant in Nashville. After your dinner your journey will then take you past beautifully lit buildings around the city. Discover the brilliant nighttime lights of Nashville on the exciting Nashville Nights and Lights Tour as you explore the beauty of Nashville at night! On this magnificent tour of the vibrant downtown area you will see the State Capitol, the Parthenon in Centennial Park, LP Field the home of the NFL Tennessee Titans football team, Schermerhorn Symphony Hall, Ryman Audtitorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Historic Riverfront, the Bicentennial Mall, and Millionaire's Row. Finish off your night with some leisure in Nashville's famous downtown area. Take in the live country music and see the bars of Honky Tonk Row all on this amazing adventure.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
The Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in Nashville, TN is located in downtown Nashville, TN. It features 19 acres of statues, immaculate landscaping, and recreational facilities. It is an urban destination to enjoy nature and fun in the city and is one of the most popular areas in the city. It is located to the east of the Tennessee State Capitol, and it was opened in honor of Tennessee's statehood, giving it a permanent place in Music City history.
Drive By Country Music Hall of Fame
Nashville, TN is synonymous with country music. Learn about the legends who created the genre at the Country Music Hall of Fame. This unique museum is home to countless exhibits and is beautiful lit up at night. During your day spent in the city, be sure to visit to explore the inside of the museum.
Drive By Downtown Nashville
Downtown Nashville is not only the most popular area in Nashville, TN but it is also the most historic. Here, you can see some of the history that makes Music City unique. Some of the notable places in the downtown area include the Ryman Auditorium, Johnny Cash Museum, and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Drive By Nashville Symphony Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Located in Downtown Nashville, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center is the central hub of Nashville classical music and entertainment. The center opened in 2006, giving a more modern look into Nashville music. Here, guests can watch orchestras, theater, and hear awesome concerts of various genres.
Drive By Riverfront Park
The expansive Riverfront Park is full of amazing views. See the sparkling Cumberland River from its shores and enjoy some of the surrounding restaurants and shops. Fort Nashborough is located at the North and guests can also find sculptures of the Nashville founders. It is one of the most beloved areas in Nashville and truly displays the wonderful architecture of the city.
Drive By Tennessee State Capitol Building
As the center of Tennessee government, the Tennessee State Capitol Building is one of the most important buildings in the city. It was built on a hilltop in the mid-1800s and is considered a national landmark. It is one of only 12 other state capitols that does not feature a dome in its design. The capitol also houses several statues of the Tennessee presidents: Andrew Johnson and Andrew Jackson. President James Polk is also buried on the grounds.
Drive By The Parthenon
Modeled after its counterpart in Greece, the Parthenon in Nashville is a true gem when it comes to the city's architectural features. See it lit up in its gorgeous night splendor and see the statue of Athena. The building along with this statue are actual replicas of the Parthenon in Greece. It is also home to the Nashville art museum.
Drive By The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
Country music is one of the most important things to come out of Nashville, and it gave it its name of Music City. Ryman Auditorium was the original hub for Nashville-born entertainment. It is here that the famous Grand Ole Opry country music show was formed and originally performed. Now, guests can visit during the holidays to see the Grand Ole Opry or even take a tour to see the backstage area and the Ryman in a more in-depth and up-close way.
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