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Get your Nashville Attraction Pass and get to travel back in time through decades of country music history, visit the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis...
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Nashville, the capital of the state of Tennessee, is best known for being a center of music culture in the United States, especially with the title of “Home of Country Music.” Nashville attracts country musicians from all over the world in a sort of sacred journey to the musically historic place, with offerings like the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry presenting appealing visitations. Come to this most musical city in 2015 and immerse yourself in the land of country with our tours and activities.
Gain discounted access to the best attractions in the city with a Nashville Attractions Pass or Music City Passport. Get a Studio B Tour, visit the Whiskey Bent Saloon, the Johnny Cash Museum, and more.
Explore the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum where you will see the hallmarks of country music including bronze-cast likenesses of Patsy Cline, Elvis Presley, Rascal Flatts and Bill Monroe among others. Learn more about the history of country music as well as its pioneering artists.
Afterwards, see the famous Grand Ole Opry and watch country music performances as well as bluegrass, comedy and more at the 4,400-seat venue. The Opry shows are famously unrehearsed and always feature something new.
See the "The Mother Church of Country Music" and visit the National Historic Landmark of the Ryman Auditorium, home of the Opry during country music's formative years. Built in 1892, the Ryman features an exhibit of artifacts from its time as the site of the Opry, like Dolly Parton’s dress, Hank Williams’s suit, and the first Nudie ever worn on the Opry.
Experience a country-inspired dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe or spend your evening on a dinner cruise aboard one of the largest showboats in the US - the General Jackson.