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Soul of Music City Night Tour: Sunday 12/29 and Monday 12/30: Due to scheduled road closures associated with the Music City Bowl in Nashville on Sunday 12/29 and Monday 12/30 the Soul of Music City Night 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 6:45 pm. Due to these road closures, the night tour will not be able to drive down lower Broadway or walk the Pedestrian Bridge.
Opening in 1855, Hume High School was the first public school in Nashville. Established 20 years later, Fogg High School became the second. The two schools merged in 1912. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the four-story building is located at 700 Broadway across the street from the Customs House. Tunnels from its basement to various other downtown Nashville locations are blocked to restrict student access. William B. Ittner designed the imposing Norman Gothic-style stone edifice that features twin towers at the entrance. Architectural features like the 2-foot thick walls, marble baseboards and arched doorways resemble medieval European castles.