Nashville 3 Day Adult Trip

DAY 1

Depart for Nashville

Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery

Belle Meade is a mansion and surrounding grounds dating to the 1840s, with a winery, museum, event spaces, an onsite restaurant and some of the most beautiful grounds in Nashville. Belle Meade is the perfect place for your next group travel visit to Nashville.
The estate became famous for raising the nation's finest thoroughbred race horses. Through its history, Belle Meade hosted celebrities, presidents, generals, and a wealth of revered turfmen. These days, you can take a mansion tour, explore the arboretum and the grounds on a Segway, and end your visit with a wine tasting.
The Journey to Jubilee Tour invites discussion and explores the stories of the enslaved African-Americans who were brought to, and born at, Belle Meade from 1807 through the years following Emancipation.


Fort Negley
The Fort Negley Visitors Center is a historical education and outdoor recreation center of the Nashville Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation. Fort Negley is a place where people and history come together. It is a place to learn that we are a part of history and not apart from it. The visitors center is a resource for exploring the delicate relationship between Nashville and the Federal Government during the Civil War and for learning about the site's relevance in the 20th century and beyond.
 

The Parthenon
Nashville boasts the world’s only full-scale reproduction of the famous Greek temple! The Parthenon stands in Centennial Park and features the city’s art museum and Athena Parthenos — the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western world at 42-feet. The Parthenon has continued to host changing art exhibits since the 1930s, preserving the legacy of the ancient Greeks and their impact on American civilization.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY - Minor League Baseball Game - Nashville Sounds (Brewers Affiliate)

Depart for the Hotel & upon arrival, check in


DAY 2

Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been home to America's country music since 1967. It is dedicated to preserving the cultural significance of music and the achievements of its members.
The Museum illustrates country music throughout two centuries with historic video clips, recorded music, dynamic exhibits, state-of-the-art designs, live performances, public programs, the Museum Store, onsite dining and fabulous public spaces. Give your creative side a treat with a songwriting workshop!


Wild Horse Saloon Lunch & Line Dancing Lessons
At the Wildhorse Saloon, our vision is to be THE Nashville experience. For group travel, this is a "must do" experience! We are a true-to-our roots restaurant with downtown’s largest dance floor and an unparalleled stage for live entertainment. We are Nashville’s most iconic destination, providing all the city has to offer in one place.
We offer complimentary line dance lessons on the largest dance floor in Nashville whenever we are open (currently Wednesday – Saturday). No reservations are needed, just join us on the dance floor! With decades of experience, our instructors can tailor dances to any age and ability.
The dance floor is fully open and we welcome dancing at any time, including during the band sets. Here, we don’t walk the line, we dance it!


Johnny Cash Museum
The Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville, Tennessee honors the life and music of the country superstar often referred to as the Man in Black. Definitely worth a visit for Johnny Cash fans and music fans in general. The historic building contains the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts.
The museum's owner and curator Bill Miller employs his personal friendship he once held with Johnny Cash to bring a personal touch to the collection. Special pieces like handwritten lyric sheets, marriage licenses, clothing, records, instruments, and stage props directly tied to the artist’s life can all be found here.
Be sure to recharge your batteries at the coffee shop inside the museum. The menu features artisanal coffee, breakfast, and lunch. Food is served 9am–4pm.


Ryman Auditorium Tour
The Ryman Auditorium was built in 1892 and designated a National Historic Landmark! It is best known for hosting the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. These days, it offers the best in entertainment opportunities, from self-guided museum or guided backstage tours and CD recordings in the Ryman Recording Studio, to live concerts. 

The District
Situated in the heart of downtown, The District is a vibrant and a total fun area. Here you will find countless sites and restaurants that are all devoted to country music. In addition, there are long-standing stores selling western wear or vintage vinyl, cafes, ice cream and candy stores located here too. All you need to do is to dive into the country feeling.



DAY 3


Visit the Gaylord Opryland Hotel
Granted, a hotel visit isn’t your normal Nashville Fun for an excursion, but even for the seasoned group traveler, the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is most definitely not your average hotel. So you may be asking…
What is there to do at Gaylord Opryland?
There are nine acres of indoor gardens complete with multiple waterfalls, restaurants, an indoor boat ride, dancing fountains, seasonal activities available to the public, and lots more to explore. You can experience them all without spending the night.


Grand Ole Opry Backstage Tour
The Grand Ole Opry is known worldwide as "The Show That Made Country Music Famous.” This weekly country music stage concert first took place in 1925 with a one-hour radio "barn dance" on WSM. Now, it is the longest-running radio broadcast in US history.
There’s nothing like a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House. It’s a must-see for everyone in Music City! Walk in the footsteps of country music’s superstars and get an exclusive look at what happens behind the scenes of the show that made country music famous.


Opry Mills
Opry Mills is Tennessee's largest outlet and value retail shopping, dining and entertainment destination! With over 200 stores — including several first-in-market name-brand additions — Opry Mills should be your first stop while shopping in Nashville. The roster of designer outlet stores includes Coach Factory Store, Coach Men's Factory, H&M, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Tommy Bahama Outlet, Vera Bradley and more.

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