All About Nashville Day Pass
Make the most of your Nashville visit by combining tours and attractions. With this package, you will get a ticket on the Nashville Trolley, where you will enjoy a 1 hour tour of the city. Finally, what visit to Nashville would be complete without a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame? That's included too!
Give yourself a full day of sightseeing with the "All About Nashville Day Pass". Included is the Nashville Trolley and admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame. This All Day Pass can be used in one day or two days.
Music City Trolley Hop:
Enjoy a one hour tour of the city, where you can see the State Capitol, the Parthenon, Music Row, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Music Row.
Country Music Hall of Fame:
Enjoy the world famous Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, with its newest exhibit honoring Ray Charles.
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- Nashville Trolley Tour departs every 90 minutes from 10am
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- Music City Trolley Hop
- 2-day ticket to Country Music Hall of Fame Museum
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat
Reviewed by: John B, November 2015
Every large city we visit, we try to do a hop on, hop off type of tour. It's a great orientation to the area's layout, history and attractions. This one in Nashville is no different and it was excellent. The tour drivers give a full-blown narrative as they drive along and the ones we had were very knowledgable, articulate and humorous. Wouldn't have missed this great orientation and included transportation around the hub of the city.
Reviewed by: Peter H, October 2015
The hop on /hop off trolley is the best way to travel and visited everywhere we wanted to go.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Ryman are both very well presented.