Get itinerary inspiration with these group-tour stops in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Nashville has welcomed group tours with open arms for many years, with a focus on authentic hospitality and a creative spirit that makes Music City worth visiting time and time again. With personalized, group-focused programs and new group-friendly attractions, our team is excited and honored to welcome groups back to our wonderful city.” —LouAnna Henton, director, tourism sales, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
Head to Nashville’s newest museum, the National Museum of African American Music, located downtown inside the new Fi!h + Broadway — a shopping, dining, culture and entertainment center.
Have lunch at Assembly Food Hall, located at Fi!h + Broadway. Or, the group can enjoy a homestyle barbecue bu”et and line-dancing lesson at the famous Wildhorse Saloon.
The Frist Art Museum offers the finest visual art from local, regional, national and international sources.
Nashville is known as the Athens of the South. Find out why at The Parthenon, the world’s only full-scale replica of the ancient Greek temple.
Journey back in time at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Home of the People’s President. Several experiences are available for group tours.
Be a star for a day. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum brings it all together in a unique package. Begin with a tour and group recording session at Historic RCA Studio B, where music legends such as Elvis and Dolly Parton recorded timeless songs. Then visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for a self-guided tour.
Head backstage at the “Mother Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium.
Catch a show at the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville’s must-see attraction and the world’s longest-running live radio show. Cap off the experience with an Opry Backstage Tour.
Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.
Main Image: National Museum of African American Music; Credit: Nashville CVC