Nashville, TN is an exciting city with an amazing array of things to see and do. While staying in Music City, you can have a blast exploring with the Nashville Old Town Trolley 2 Day Ticket. This great ticket gives guests the opportunity to explore Nashville in a fun and convenient way, making it easy to have a great time and get around Nashville.
About the Tour
Climb aboard this amazing double decker trolley bus where you will be whisked away for two days of fun. This pass is good for two consecutive days, so you will have ample time to explore Nashville. Relax on the bus as you ride down the streets of Music City and see some of its most iconic landmarks and points of interest. With plenty of panoramic views and a fun atmosphere, there is no better way to enjoy some sightseeing in the area. Plus, the 12-mile loop is fully narrated, so guests can enjoy plenty of fascinating information and commentary as they ride along. There are 13 stops along the way, including:
Stop at Belmont Mansion
Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the past at the Belmont Mansion in Nashville, Tennessee. This antebellum gem, rich in history and architectural magnificence, provides a captivating glimpse into 19th-century elite Southern society. Stroll through opulent rooms, marvel at the Italianate villa-style design surroundings, and soak up timeless stories woven into this Nashville treasure. Perfect for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts!
Stop at Centennial Park
Experience the heart of Tennessee at Centennial Park in Nashville, a lush urban paradise spanning 132 acres! Amble around the captivating replica of the Greek Parthenon, explore the sun-kissed walking trails, or unwind by the serene lake. This multi-faceted retreat offers a wealth of cultural, historical, and recreational delights that make it a must-visit sanctuary in the bustling Music City.
Stop at Country Music Hall of Fame
Step into a country music lover's paradise at The Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN. This renowned musical treasure trove offers a fascinating journey through America’s music history. From shimmering costumes, historical instruments to meticulously archived records of country music legends, this museum isn't just a visit, it's an experience. Celebrate the soul of country music in the city it calls home.
Stop at Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Immerse yourself in the world of fine art at Nashville's Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Celebrating creativity and inspiring minds, this stunning art deco building is home to a rotating selection of high-calibre exhibitions, from impressionist paintings to contemporary sculpture. Embrace delightful surprise as no permanent collection promises new artistic wonders each visit.
Stop at Lower Broadway Downtown Historic District in Nashville, TN
Immerse yourself in the heart of Nashville's music culture in Lower Broadway. This historic district is a lively medley of legendary honky-tonks, infectious live music, classic southern cuisine, and unique shops. Covering everything from country and blues to jazz, Lower Broadway guarantees an unforgettable rhythm-filled journey, whetting the appetite of music lovers worldwide. Come and experience the soul of Nashville.
Stop at Marathon Village in Nashville, TN
Discover the vibrant heart of Nashville in Marathon Village, an enclave brimming with creative energy. This historic automobile factory now hums with an intriguing mix of boutique shops, distilleries, and studios. Get lost in the rich history, explore unique artisan goods, or savor the local spirits – unfurling a tapestry of unforgettable experiences.
Stop at Midtown Neighborhood in Nashville, TN
Discover the rhythmic heart of Tennessee in Nashville's vibrant Midtown, a lively fusion of music, arts, and Southern hospitality. Revel in an eclectic mix of unique restaurants, late-night spots, and legendary music venues, including the iconic Vanderbilt University and the historic Parthenon. Experience a blend of culture, creativity, and entertainment where every corner hums with the spirit of Music City.
Stop at Nashville Farmers Market
Immerse yourself in Nashville's vibrant local culture at the Nashville Farmers' Market. Discover a stunning symphony of colors, flavors, and fragrances with an array of fresh farm produce, artisan goods, and global cuisines. Experience a lively social hub where Nashville's history, community, and culinary arts collide. Be sure to savor the experience that reflects the authentic spirit of the Music City!
Stop at Tennessee State Capitol Building
The Tennessee State Capitol Building in Nashville is a must-visit for history enthusiasts and architecture admirers. This magnificent Greek Revival landmark from 1859 boasts meticulously restored interiors and picturesque grounds. Discover Tennessee's historical heritage by exploring its noteworthy memorials, artworks and a stately library. A testament to American history, tucked away in music city, Nashville.
Stop at The Gulch in Nashville
Discover the heartbeat of Nashville in The Gulch, a dynamic urban renewal area buzzing with energy, innovation, and music. With its lively blend of boutiques, dining spots, and live music venues, it epitomizes Nashville's vibrant character. From stunning street art installations to riveting performances at the iconic Station Inn, The Gulch offers an engaging experience for all ages.
Stop at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN
Experience the heart of Nashville's music history at the Ryman Auditorium, an iconic venue that reverberates with the songs of legends. This 'Mother Church of Country Music' has hosted notable performers like Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton. Marvel at its stunning architecture and feel the pulsating energy that's narrated a century of music history. The Ryman Auditorium is a must-visit pilgrimage for every music lover.
Stop at Union Station
Get transported back in time at the majestic Union Station in Nashville, a former railroad terminal. Today, it stands as a boutique hotel, proudly reflecting Nashville's rich history. The awe-inspiring lobby, with its 65-foot stained glass ceiling and opulent chandeliers, promises an enchanting experience. The heady blend of old-world charm and modern luxury at Union Station makes it a must-visit in Music City.
With hop on and hop off capabilities, guests can spend as much time at each of these incredible stops as they wish for the two days of their pass. Explore places like Belmont Mansion, buy awesome gifts and produce at the Nashville Farmer's Market, explore country music history at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, or catch a show at the Ryman Auditorium. No matter what you do, this exciting trolley tour is the perfect method of transportation and allows for an incredible adventure.
See Nashville, TN in style with tickets aboard the Nashville Old Town Trolley Tour. With two days to explore all 13 of the stops, you will get an extensive overview of Nashville through plenty of sightseeing and the 12-mile narrated adventure. Learn all about Music City while discovering its most popular points of interest. This fun and convenient pass is certain to be a great addition to any Nashville getaway, so book it today along with other Nashville attractions and a hotel option.