While Nashville has long been known for its expansive music scene, the talent and creativity of its culinary scene has recently put Nashville on the map. Come and experience one of the country’s hottest-growing food scenes!
Begin your day with Nashville’s first and only Hop-on, Hop-off tour featuring both Trolleys and Double Decker buses operated by Gray Line of Tennessee! This guided one and a half hour tour of Nashville stops at 15 stops with over 100 points of interest and is led by a fun and informative guide. Tickets are good for 48 hours, and stops include some of Nashville's hottest sites: Ryman Auditorium, Musicians Hall of Fame, Hattie B's Hot Chicken and The Gulch.
Join Walk Eat Nashville on a three hour walking and eating excursion through downtown Nashville on the Sobro/Downtown Nashville walking food tour. With six tasting stops over three hours, you’ll savor a variety of local flavors. You’ll indulge in the world’s first combination candy bar with a stop at the Goo Goo Shop & Dessert Bar. Between bites, you’ll walk on Nashville’s Music Mile and learn fun facts about the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, the Johnny Cash Museum and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. You’ll hear the story behind Nashville’s “Athens of the South” nickname, along with who dubbed Nashville “Music City.”
Experience the world’s largest music museum, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, home to more than 2.5 million priceless artifacts.
Next you’ll visit the “Mother Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium. This former home to the Grand Ole Opry features exciting exhibits showcasing the venue's famous history, including a new state-of-the-art theater experience “Soul of Nashville.”
Experience a delicious Southern dinner at Puckett's Grocery located at 5th Avenue and Church Street or strike out on your own for dinner. With so many uniquely Nashville restaurants such City House, Fifth & Taylor, and Etch, you can’t go wrong!
Be sure and save your appetite for one more excursion with Nashville Food Adventures™. Indulge in some of Music City’s most decadent treats on the sweet-tooth lovers’ Just Desserts Tour.
Begin your day with a taste of the antebellum South at Belle Meade Plantation, once a world renowned thoroughbred horse farm. You will tour the 1853 Mansion, explore the Root Cellar, the South's largest Smoke House, the family Herb Garden, and sample Tennessee wine at the Winery at Belle Meade Plantation.
Enjoy Southern cuisine at its finest in Belle Meade’s 1800’s Carriage House/Stable House.
Now, it's off to a visit to one of Nashville's newest and most eclectic shopping areas, Marathon Village. Enjoy seeing Mike's "picks" from the hit TV series, "American Pickers", at Antique Archaeology. Enjoy a private tour and tasting at Nelson’s Green Briar Distillery or indulge in a sample or two of the hand-crafted small batch ultra-premium spirits at Corsair Distillery.
Take in the history on a private tour of Historic RCA Studio B, Home of 1,000 Hits, where music legends recorded timeless songs. You will be inspired by the studio where Elvis himself stood to record over 200 songs.
Sit down to authentic Southern BBQ at Martin’s BBQ Joint – Downtown, one of three Tennessee locations. This legendary whole-hog Bar-B-Que joint has been featured on the Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and The Today Show.
Experience the Grand Ole Opry – Nashville’s must-see attraction and the world’s longest running live radio show. As the home of country music, the Opry offers an incredible mix of talent to create an American experience like no other! Opry Backstage Tours are a must see for everyone visiting Music City! Daytime and post-show tours are available.
Depart Nashville and head south to Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, TN. The Jack Daniel Distillery is the oldest registered in the U.S. and among the most prestigious listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Come see where Jack Daniel’s Whiskey is still made today on a personally guided tour. End with a memorable stop at the historic Barrel House 1-14 where you’ll sip five of Jack Daniel’s most popular whiskeys and liqueurs.
Experience one last scrumptious Southern meal at Miss Mary Bobo's, in operation for over 100 years. Today, the proprietress at Miss Mary's is Jack Daniel's great-grandniece, Lynne Trolley. She is also an official taster at her Uncle Jack's Distillery.
After lunch, depart with sweet musical memories of Music City!