Things To Do In Nashville

NashTrash

Nashtrash Tour

These are our favorite ladies in all of Nashville! Brenda Kay & Sheri Lynn are true comedic bus trailblazers…They own the ORIGINAL comedy tour and we are proud to call them two of our best pals! They paved the way for us and every other tour in Music City…Their bus should be a requirement while visiting Nashville! You will LOVE it!

The Original NashTrash Tour is a one-of-a-kind country musical-comedy extravaganza. Hop on the Big Pink Bus and Sheri Lynn & Brenda Kay (the Jugg Sisters) will dish the dirt on your favorite polyester, double-knit, sequined country music legends. And there’s as much going on inside the bus as outside it…you’ll laugh ’til yer face hurts! This 90-minute tour travels through downtown Nashville. You’ll ride past major country music institutions like the Ryman Auditorium and Country Music Hall of Fame, then cruise along legendary Music Row before returning to the Market.

 

Puckett’s Grocery

PuckettsWhere the main ingredients are Real Food, Real People and Real Atmosphere

Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, with locations in Franklin and Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, is more than just a place to enjoy a good meal – both are popular destinations for locals and tourists alike. With mismatched tables and chairs and an eclectic clientele of farmers, songwriters, and country music stars, it’s a restaurant serving up a dining experience unlike any other.

 

Sweet Magnolia Tours

Sweet MagnoliaHospitality with a Southern Accent

We’ve been arranging tours in Nashville for 22 years, so hospitality isn’t a motto, it’s our heritage and we apply that personal service when we set up your customized tour package. So give us a call. You’ll love our accent.

 

Ryman Auditorium

RymanIf the hallowed walls of the Ryman Auditorium could talk, the remarkable story they would tell is unmatched in entertainment history. Its construction is a tale of divine inspiration. In the 1880s, when prominent businessman and steamboat captain Thomas G. Ryman found salvation in the words of fiery evangelist Reverend Sam Jones, he vowed to build a great tabernacle that would project Rev. Jones’s voice clearly and powerfully for all to hear. Designed by architect Hugh Cathcart Thompson in the Late Victorian Gothic Revival style popular at the time, Tom Ryman’s vision became a reality with the completion of the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892. After his death in 1904, the Union Gospel Tabernacle would henceforth be known as the Ryman Auditorium in honor of the man who built the Nashville landmark.

 

Country Music Hall of Fame

CMHOFInside, the Museum presents the crown jewels of its vast collection to illustrate country music’s story as told through the turns of two centuries. A treasure trove of historic country video clips and recorded music, dynamic exhibits and state-of-the-art design, regular menu of live performances and public programs, Museum Store, on-site dining, and fabulous public spaces all contribute to an unforgettable museum experience.

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums, certifying that the Museum operates according to the highest standards, manages its collection, and provides quality service to the public. Of the 8,000 museums nationwide, only some 750 are accredited.

 

Johnny Cash Museum

CashOne of Nashville’s newest establishments honoring the iconic Man in Black, Johnny Cash.