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A Tour Of Music City That Hits All The High Notes

The pulse of a city that lives and breathes music is present in every honky-tonk, every bar and in the warm breeze coming off the Cumberland River. Experience the true heart of Nashville aboard our new Soul of Music City – Nashville’s Night Tour! It’s an evening filled with music, history and fun and a close-up view of some of the most legendary spots in town. Printers Alley, Ryman Auditorium, Municipal Auditorium & Musicians Hall of Fame, Rhythm & Blues heritage of Historic Jefferson Street, Elliston Place “Rock Block”, Music Row, Station Inn, and The Gulch. You’ll explore the places that have set this city apart and the ones that pay homage to the many who have come here looking for fame and fortune. You’ll hear the stories and anecdotes full of the country charm and folksy wisdom that Music City is known for. From the city’s honky-tonks to its famous music venues, uncover insider stories and intriguing facts about the people, places, and events responsible for the city’s iconic reputation. So get ready for an evening of bright lights, history and great music!


Just a quick look-see at all the cool stuff you’ll be enjoying!

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Our guides love to sing & tell
Talented Guides
Cheering beers at a concert
Stop at a live music venue and enjoy a cocktail
Free Drink
Night cruise around Nashville at night
Check out the Batman Building under the stars
Skyline at Night
Nashville skyline through bridge gaps
A view from the bridge
Breathtaking Views
Nashville Crossroads Music City sign
Country music is just the beginning
The Nashville Sound
The entrance to Printers Alley in downtown Nashville, TN showing generic building in the background and an arch that reads 'printers ally' with a circle in the center showing a figure of a man holding paper
Nashville’s got rhythm...and blues
The R&B Scene
Honky Tonk Central sign
Get down to where the locals go
Hot Spots



Sit back and settle in as we cruise down world-famous Lower Broadway making our way past all of the most talked about and renowned bars and live music venues in the United States!
Note: The trolley does not stop at any of these points of interest except the Pedestrian Bridge.


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Nashville Night Tour Booth

201 Broadway, Nashville, TN, USA GET DIRECTIONS

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge

611 Commerce St, Nashville, TN 37203, EE. UU. GET DIRECTIONS

Robert’s Western World


Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar


Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop

3930, 417 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 GET DIRECTIONS

Pedestrian Bridge


Station Inn


The Exit / In


Elliston Place “Rock Block”

Elliston PlNashville, TN 37203 GET DIRECTIONS

Municipal Auditorium & Musicians Hall of Fame


Music Row

Music Row, Nashville, TN, USA GET DIRECTIONS

Printers Alley

Printers Alley, Nashville, TN 37201, USA GET DIRECTIONS

Ryman Auditorium


The Gulch

The Gulch, Nashville, TN 37203, USA GET DIRECTIONS
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    • nashville tootsies orchid lounge
      Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge
      Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge has hosted nearly every singer and songwriter in the industry. Step out the back door into “Tootsie’s Alley” to see the famous back alleyway that performers like Hank Williams & Patsy Cline would walk after performing at the Ryman Auditorium.
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    • Robert's Honky Tonk Grill sign
      Robert’s Western World
      This Honky Tonk is the undisputed home of traditional country music. From the 50s to the 80s, it housed the Show-Bud Steel guitar company & manufactured and sold some of the best steel guitars ever made.
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    • Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar sign
      Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar
      Formerly home to the Boots Randolph Carousel Club, this New Orleans themed bar is one of the best places in Nashville to hear soulful blues music.
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    • Inside of Ernest Tubb
      Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop
      This record shop was started by Grand Ole Opry Star Ernest Tubb in 1947. You can find Contemporary or Classic Country and even Bluegrass Music here!
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    • A view of downtown Nashville at night from the john seigenthaler pedestrian bridge
      Pedestrian Bridge
      See the amazing skyline views from the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. This pedestrian bridge is a truss bridge that spans the Cumberland River.
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    • The Station Inn sign
      Station Inn
      Is the place to go in Nashville to hear Bluegrass and Roots music. It moved to its current location in 1978 and it remains a hidden musical gem in the growing neighborhood surrounding it.
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    • Nashville's Exit/In sign on Brick wall
      The Exit / In
      Exit / In was opened in 1971 to serve as a home for musicians of all genres. When you stop by, be sure to check out the names of the legendary artists who have sold out shows at Exit / In on the wall outside the club.
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      Elliston Place “Rock Block”
      Elliston Place is home to some of Nashville's finest parks, legendary venues, trendy nightclubs and the full-scale replica of the Greek Parthenon.
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    • Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
      Municipal Auditorium & Musicians Hall of Fame
      Honoring the artists and session musicians who have accompanied legendary performers in a broad range of musical genres.
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      Music Row
      Considered the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry, the Music Row area is centered on 16th and 17th Avenues South, which are known as Music Square East & West. Points of interest in the district include Historic Studio B and Columbia’s Historic Quonset Hut, the first recording studio on Music Row.
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    • Printers Alley sign
      Printers Alley
      Nightclubs are the descendants of the saloons, speakeasies, and clubs which developed into the entertainment district still known as Printers Alley.
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    • Ryman Auditorium
      Ryman Auditorium
      Known colloquially as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” Ryman Auditorium began as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. Local entrepreneur Thomas Ryman built it as a permanent location for tent revival-style gospel meetings.
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      The Gulch
      The Gulch is a historic neighborhood located south of downtown with a hip atmosphere. Today, it is the setting for renovated warehouses that feature residential and office spaces as well as a variety of upscale restaurants.
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Capitol Building

The World’s Biggest Recording Studio

Unlike any city in the world, music is deeply rooted in the heart and soul of Nashville. The city’s earliest settlers arrived with little more than instruments in their hands and a song in their heart. Perhaps you’ve heard the names: Dolly Parton, Steve Earle, Willie Nelson, Zac Brown, Jimi Hendrix and Johnny Cash. They followed a dream and together, they paved the way for the dreamers that followed. From the early days of the 20th century with its fiddles and banjos to the flash and pomp of the 1960s and 70s glory days, to today’s polished pop country and rootsy, underground sounds, Nashville keeps turning out the hits and proving it deserves to be called Music City.


Whether you’re looking to cut a rug listening to some cracklin’ good rockabilly or finding just the right armadillo boots to give your dad for his birthday, these great spots have received our stamp of approval.


Here’s all that small print stuff you may want to look over.


This night tour is approximately
2 hours* long


201 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37201


Nightly at 7 pm


*Tour length may vary depending upon road conditions or traffic. Pedestrian bridge portion of the tour is traffic and weather permitting.

**Please Note: Must be 18 or older to join the tour. Complimentary beverage may be chosen from selected items. Must be 21 or older to consume alcoholic beverages. Photo ID is required for all guests.


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The downtown area has numerous parking opportunities in paid lots. There is no designated free parking to board the tour.

Accessibility Services

Reservations for accessible Trolley must be confirmed 24-Hours in advance. Please call customer service at 629-208-0200.

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