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Nashville: Pontoon Party Cruise with a Captain

1. Nashville: Pontoon Party Cruise with a Captain

Travel down the Cumberland River on a 2-hour pontoon cruise designed for you to have fun whilst enjoying the sights of Nashville. Relax on board in the care of your licensed captain as you drink, dance, and listen to music in a fun party atmosphere. Be greeted by your licensed USCG Captain and Deckhand who will help you aboard and ice down your drinks while you settle in the Pontoon Saloon in preparation for the scheduled cruise departure. Once boarded, the famous Nashville river cruise will begin its traditional guided party experience alongside its distinguished crew. The Honky Tonk on the water is amplified by your Deckhand bringing hit tunes, entertainment, and engaging games that bring the crowd together on the dance floor. Enjoy 2 hours in a safe and fun bar-style atmosphere while mingling, dancing, boozing, and taking in views only available aboard the River Cruise pontoon. Choose from a morning, Mimosa, or afternoon tour that best suites your schedule.

Nashville: 2-hour Trolley Sightseeing Tour by Night

2. Nashville: 2-hour Trolley Sightseeing Tour by Night

Hop on board a traditional trolley for a 2-hour guided tour of the city. Follow a carefully-curated route that gets you the best views of Nashville at night, as the guide narrates the landmarks and highlights you pass. Along the way you will stop to have time for photos at a series of locations throughout the city: see Nashville’s distinctive skyline, then take in The Parthenon, a full-scale replica of the Parthenon in Athens that was built for the 1897 Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Continue to the Tennessee State Capitol Building, beautifully illuminated after dark. Stop for photos at the Bicentennial Mall, a landmark with dramatic city views. Make your way down Broadway, where the country music scene is going full swing after dark, then return to the Riverfront train station, where this tour concludes.

Downtown Nashville: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

3. Downtown Nashville: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

Explore Nashville with an audio tour that takes you through the heart of downtown Nashville. The guide in your ear, Ed Owen, shares the history of the Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry while you walk down ‘Honky Tonk Row’ on Lower Broadway. Begin your tour at Ryman Auditorium and pass by numerous venues owned by well-known names like Blake Shelton, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Kid Rock, Miranda Lambert, and Glen Campbell. Along the way, listen for recommendations on where to grab a bite or drink. Get a chance to take pictures from the Siegenthaler Walking Bridge, visit the Nashville Walk of Fame, and hear stories about the Country Music Hall of Fame. Ed will even teach you to talk like a genuine Tennessean. Wind up at Nudie’s Honky Tonk, where you can hear fantastic music and feast your eyes on some of the genre’s greatest outfits of the past, including Elvis Presley’s gold lame suit. By the end of the tour, you will know something about the city’s earliest settlers at Fort Nashborough, and understand how Nashville became the Music City.

Nashville: Smartphone Self-Guided Sightseeing Walking Tour

4. Nashville: Smartphone Self-Guided Sightseeing Walking Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Once downloaded, your tour of Nashville begins at the Cumberland Riverfront near 105 1st Ave South. From there, you’ll stroll down 1st Ave and hear all about Johnny Cash, the Fisk Jubilee Singers, and how one school’s desperate bid to secure funding started Nashville on the journey to becoming Music City. Then you’ll head into Walk of Fame Park, adorned with Hollywood-style plaques dedicated to the biggest-ever names in country music. After that, where else but the Country Music Hall of Fame! Here, you’ll also get a glimpse into one of the most recognizable names celebrated within that hallowed hall. Next, pass the arena that’s seen everyone from Elton John to Metallica. Your route brings you next to the ever-changing Legends Corner Mural as you hear what an insurance company has to do with Nashville’s country music history. Following that is the historic Ryman Auditorium, once the home to the famous Grand Ole Opry. Then, find out just what people mean when they talk about the “Nashville sound” and the unique system of writing music that makes this city’s live performances really stand out from the rest. Up next is Printer’s Alley, chock full of fascinating Prohibition and country music history. On your way to the famous Wildhorse Saloon, you’ll get a look at the shadier side of the music industry and untangle the country music controversy around superstar Taylor Swift. Finally, you’ll reach the bustling Honky Tonk Highway, where your tour will conclude.

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What people are saying about John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 70 reviews

The crew were so fun and really got all the guests involved in the activities! The ride itself had some beautiful scenery and the games played were really enjoyable! I would highly recommend this trip to all ages!

Had such an amazing time, this was so much better than the party busses riding around d town! Thank you so much!

Excellent, comprehensive, informative audio tour, well worth the expenditure.

The staff was amazing! They keep everyone engaged and it was a fun party!

Great information and fun, knowledgeable driver/guide