Check below for important information about the tours
Last  trolley tour will be at 4:00 pm from Stop #1 (hours of operation are 9 am to 4 pm)
Stop #7 will be at the map of Tennessee (located at 600 James Robertson Pkwy) for the remainder of the day (11/18/19)
December 4th  IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Due to NASCAR Champion’s Week, on Wednesday December 4th, the tour will depart from 138  5th Ave N. (at the Old Town Trolley Depot located on the corner of 5th Ave N. & Commerce St.) Please check-in at this location by 6:45pm.  Due to road closures, we will not be able to drive down lower Broadway or walk the Pedestrian Bridge.
Must be 18 years old to participate in this tour.
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Hometown Pass

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Welcome to Nashville!

Introducing the Old Town Trolley Hometown Pass Program. Residents of Davidson County can take advantage of our tour for FREE when accompanied by an adult paid guest.* It’s free to join and easy to use.

“Sign up today and rediscover the magic of Nashville with the Old Town Trolley Hometown Pass.”

*Hometown pass holder can be an adult or child (ages 4-12) who resides in eligible areas of Historic Tours of America tours and attractions. Each Hometown pass holder rides free when accompanied by a guest who has purchased A FULL FARE adult ticket. Accompanying adult guest ticket must be purchased at a Historic Tours of America tour or attraction ticket booth or by calling (305) 293-7249.

Tickets may not be purchased online and may not be purchased using any discounts or coupons. Hometown Pass is not valid for packages. Nashville: All residents of Davidson County. A Valid driver’s license, government issued ID or voter’s registration must be shown at the depot in conjunction with the Hometown Pass for all pass holders over the age of 15. Sorry, we cannot accept utility bills. Hometown passes are only valid in YOUR hometown and are not transferable to other cities.

To join or learn more, go to Nashville Hometown Pass.

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