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Our most recommended Nashville Neighborhood Tours

Nashville: Downtown Segway Tour Experience

1. Nashville: Downtown Segway Tour Experience

Experience the most unique and relaxing way to explore downtown Nashville as you glide around on a segway. Within 2.5 hours, learn how to ride a Segway, and enjoy a guided Segway tour around the most popular sites in Nashville. In total, cover about 5 miles through downtown Nashville covering such landmarks as the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, Bridgestone Arena, Fort Nashborough, Bicentennial Mall, Farmer's Market, and the Tennessee State Capitol. You'll even see some areas that most tours can't get to because you're on your very own Segway!

Nashville: Brewery and Distillery Cart Tour

2. Nashville: Brewery and Distillery Cart Tour

After being picked up from your hotel or accomodation, your guide will take you to some of the best spots in the city to enjoy the best of Nashville’s beer and spirit scene. Meet the people behind the local beverages, learn how they make them, and sample the result. See great murals around the city as you drive from one location to the next. The tour lasts approximately two hours with a 20-25 minute stop at each location (alcohol samples must be purchased separately).

Discover Nashville: Fully Narrated Half-Day City Tour

3. Discover Nashville: Fully Narrated Half-Day City Tour

Discover Nashville on a guided tour of the city's hottest sites aboard a comfortable van. Enjoy admission and self-guided tours of the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum and the Ryman Auditorium. Be picked up near the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge and begin your tour through the city's landmarks. Ride through the historic downtown area and take in the vibe at Honk Tonk Row. Pass by Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and the State Capitol.  Drive by the Bicentennial Mall, the Parthenon, Vanderbilt University, and Music Row where the historic Studio B is located. Take a self-guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium, known as the Mother Church of Country Music. Complete your experience with entry to the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. Engage with the music as you make your way through this 37-million dollar interactive musical experience and a tribute to Nashville's country music.

Nashville: Donut Tour with Tastings

4. Nashville: Donut Tour with Tastings

Take a donut walking tour of Nashville and savor the different donut flavors that the city has to offer. Find out more about the history of donuts in Nashville from your local guide. Taste hand-picked samples from a variety of donut institutions like Parlor Doughnuts, Rise Donuts & Biscuits, and Donut Distillery. Fill up with glazed, cream-filled donuts and more. Stroll around the city and stop at 4 donut shops with a guide that is passionate about donuts for two hours.

Nashville: Murals and Mimosas Tour

5. Nashville: Murals and Mimosas Tour

Kickstart your day by diving into Nashville's hippest neighborhoods on a guided sightseeing and tasting tour. Spend the morning checking out the city's most popular murals and indulging in a mini donut and mimosa pairing (non-alcoholic alternative available). Grab your friends and a camera and head off on a sightseeing tour filled with sweets and sips. An expert guide will take you to multiple eclectic areas of Music City to strike a pose with locally loved street art and murals. A stop at a local bakery includes a sampling of four flavored mimosas or non-alcoholic beverages paired with donuts. Treat yourself to a fun-filled tour and take this special opportunity to experience Nashville's sweet side.

Nashville: BBQ, Beer, and Bourbon Experience

6. Nashville: BBQ, Beer, and Bourbon Experience

Learn about the stories behind three of Nashville’s most popular food and drink destinations. Chow down on some authentic Southern BBQ cuisine and try a range of local beverages. Visit a brewery and distillery for tastings. Sip a frosty seasonal pint at a local craft brewery while relaxing in the taproom. Immerse yourself in Southern culinary tradition by sampling an award-winning trio of house-smoked meats paired with three Tennessee spirits and sides. Then, taste some of Nashville's best bourbon along with other award-winning whiskeys after enjoying a historical tour of a local distillery.

Nashville: Boutique Shopping and Bar Cart Tour

7. Nashville: Boutique Shopping and Bar Cart Tour

Bring out your inner fashionista as you ride around Nashville stopping at the cities trendiest boutiques during this shopping tour. Begin your day meeting your expert guide who will bring you to all the best boutiques around town. Get recommendations for stylish boots, clothing, and accessories this fashion hub has to offer. Explore Nashville's chic neighborhood, the Gulch, as you shop the day away. Along the way your guide will help you discover some of the best local bars. Enjoy a good glass of rosé, beer, or cocktail in one of the coolest cities in the country.  Nashville is known for their buzzing art scene. You will make stops at some of the most dazzling murals and scenic views along the way. Come ready with your selfie stick and camera to snap some photos!

Civil War History Tour – The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee

8. Civil War History Tour – The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee

On this tour, we'll pay a visit to what was Ground Zero for one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. This is a trip back in time to three of the homes that stand to tell the tales of the epic battle of Franklin, Tennessee: The Carter House, Lotz House and the Carnton Plantation. All three of these beautiful mansions are unique examples of Civil War-era architecture, which house unique stories of heroism and war as well as antiques, bullet holes and the occasional cannon ball indentation! After exploring some of these impressive architectural monuments, have lunch on your own between tours of the homes in the historic downtown district of Franklin. See a new side of the Civil War era in the deep south, and make this a day you won't soon forget!

Nashville: Monster Truck Tour

9. Nashville: Monster Truck Tour

Experience a one-of-a-kind tour in a monster truck around Nashville. Make everyone look up at you as they see and hear your beast of a vehicle coming from down the street. Discover the city from a unique perspective, high above everyone else, and take a ride around Nashville in true red, white, and blue fashion. Make your way to the meeting point at the local partner's office and, once everyone has arrived, stock the included cooler with your beverages of choice. Then, climb aboard the truck and begin your journey through the streets of Nashville. Enjoy a small or large group tour of up to 12 people (per truck) tailored to the group's wishes. Take a full sightseeing tour throughout Nashville to experience this incredible city or crank up the music and have a party on wheels. The choice is all yours.

Nashville: Rural American Farm Tour

10. Nashville: Rural American Farm Tour

Get out of Nashville for the day and check out a local farm while getting acquainted with the culture and traditions that embody the American South. Go on a tour that connects farm-curious food lovers with the farmers, ranchers, and craftspeople of rural Tennessee. See firsthand how food is grown and hear from the hard-working individuals who bring food to tables across the country every day. Drive from the pickup point in Cross Plains in a not-so-shiny Chevy Suburban that your local guide refers to as "dirty, but in a good way…like cool dirty.” Spend the day riding around telling stories, meeting farmers, and visiting parts of town known only to the locals. You are sure to meet a few colorful Southerners and tour a whole crop of farms. Benefit from the guidance of a local whose family has lived on and loved the land of Robertson county for many generations. A natural-born storyteller in the true Southern tradition, your guide will tell you the tales she heard from her grandaddy as well as the ones she heard only yesterday.  After touring the farms around the area, savor a traditional Tennessee lunch at a favorite locally-owned restaurant. Stop at Thomas Drugs, a town staple that has been in business since the early 1900s and has the best hobo float in Tennessee, or Tesha's Cafe where cafeteria meat-and-three is prepared every day for the locals and macaroni and cheese is considered a vegetable.

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What people are saying about Nashville

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 7 reviews

We thoroughly enjoyed our experience. Our guides, Buffy & Stephen, were fabulous! We were impressed not only with their knowledge of the sites, but with how they made sure we were safe and physically ok since it was a terribly hot day. Everyone who visits Nashville should take this tour . . . it's a blast! And, ask for Buffy & Stephen as your guides . . . I can't say enough about how great they were!

My wife and I had a great tour. Our guide was outstanding (not-withstanding the corny jokes--cute). The Country Music HOF was amazing--so well designed and professionally run. Met some great people, and that's what it's al about. The tour arrangements for the Rhyman and HOF made everything run like clockwork I would certainly recommend the tour to friends.

They are wonderful and very supportive with the beginners! The tour is great

Loved the tour and the guide tours in each Locations where really experts !!

Fun and informative! Good instruction for using Segway!