Old Town Trolley Tours: Hop aboard the Old Town Trolley. More than just a sightseeing tour, it is a fun and educational adventure as your trolley conductor provides an entertaining narration that includes little known facts and behind-the-scenes tips.
Ryman Auditorium: Visit the venue dubbed “The Mother Church of Country Music”.
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Attraction tickets do not have to be used on the same day.
Old Town Trolley Tours: The “Home of Country Music”, Nashville hosts the Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium and the Blue Bird Café. The capital of Tennessee is also famous for The District, a downtown area featuring shopping, dining and entertainment. To view these and other popular attractions like the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Parthenon and Bicentennial Capitol Mall, hop aboard the Old Town Trolley.
Ryman Auditorium: Peruse genuine artifacts and enjoy videos with hosts Charles Esten, Marty Stuart, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Skaggs, Robin Roberts and Trisha Yearwood as they take you through each chapter of the fascinating Ryman story.
The very mention of Nashville often conjures up the image of a stage full of ornate boot and cowboy hat clad, banjo picking entertainers performing in front of star-struck concert-goers keeping time to the rhythm and dreaming of one day gracing that stage themselves.
While that’s a fairly common scenario, we’re going to show you that Nashville is so much more than that. Long before Nashville got its name, it was a promised land for pioneers and idealists of varying genre – A place for talented, hard-working, passionate folks to stake their fortunes not only in music and the arts, but medicine, high tech, academia and even candy!
From the hunter-gatherers making their home along the Cumberland and the lone French fur trader establishing a trading post, to the initial hearty settlers of Fort Nashborough and the first musician to step off a bus onto Broadway with nothing but a guitar and dream—Nashville has been the hook on which the brave and entrepreneurial have hung their hopes and aspirations.
Their success inspires others to hone their chops and journey to Music City in search of their own big hit. As we weave our way through this rich and vibrant city learning about, and paying tribute to its legends and pioneers, you won’t help but feel inspired, too!
Established in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, Ryman Auditorium is a National Historic Landmark and must see for any Nashville visitor. Most famous as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974, there is far more to the story of Music City’s most recognizable icon. Take a Self-Guided tour and discover what makes the Ryman, the ‘Soul of Nashville.’
The safety and well-being of our guests and team members remain our highest priority.
While we want you to enjoy your tour, relax and have fun, it is our goal that you do this in a safe environment. We are glad you chose to tour with us and see the wonderful city of Nashville, Tennessee.
Old Town Trolley Tours is taking enhanced safety and health measures for the benefit of our guests. Inherent risks to COVID-19 exist in any place where people are gathered. By using our services, you voluntarily assume all risks rising out of or resulting from exposure to COVID-19 or any other communicable illness.
Hop on and off at any of our 14 convenient stops.
Downtown Nashville - Trolley Stop #1 201 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201
Schermerhorn Symphony / Goo Goo Shop / Country Music Hall of Fame Area - Trolley Stop #4 or Stop #5 1 Symphony Place, Nashville, TN 37201
Wednesdays – Mondays
9:30am – 4:00pm
Length of tour: 1 hour and 30 minutes.
First Tour of the Day:
Stop #1: 201 Broadway: 9:30am
Stop #2: Ryman Auditorium: 9:35 am
Stop #3: Music City Walk of Fame: 9:37am
Stop #4: Country Music Hall of Fame: 9:40am
Stop #5: Tenn South/Johnny Cash/Goo Goo Shop: 9:45 am
Stop #6: State Capitol/TPAC: 9:55am
Stop #7: Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum: 10:00am
Stop #8: Farmers’ Market: 10:05am
Stop #9: Capitol View: 10:10am
Stop #10: Marathon Village: 10:15am
Stop #11: Centennial Park: 10:25am
Stop #12: Midtown: 10:35am
Stop #13: Belmont Mansion: 10:45am
Stop #14: Union Station Hotel / FRIST Art Museum: 10:55 am
Last Full Tour of the Day: 4:00 pm
Guests taking this tour will not be able to use the on/off feature. (Re-board time is the last trolley that will pick up at that stop for the day and will complete the tour through Stop 1.)
Stop #1: 201 Broadway:
4:00 pm (Last Full Tour and Re-board time)
Stop #2: Ryman Auditorium:
2:05pm (Last re-board time: 4:05pm)
Stop #3: Music City Walk of Fame:
2:07pm (Last re-board time: 4:07pm)
Stop #4: Country Music Hall of Fame:
2:10pm (Last re-board time: 4:10pm)
Stop #5: Tenn South/Johnny Cash/Goo Goo Shop
2:15pm (Last re-board time: 4:15pm)
Stop #6: State Capitol/TPAC:
2:25pm (Last re-board time: 4:25pm)
Stop #7: Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum:
2:30pm (Last re-board time: 4:30pm)
Stop #8: Farmers’ Market:
2:35pm (Last re-board time: 4:35pm)
Stop #9: Capitol View:
2:40pm (Last re-board time: 4:40pm)
Stop #10: Marathon Village:
2:45pm (Last re-board time: 4:45pm)
Stop #11: Centennial Park:
2:55pm (Last re-board time: 4:55pm)
Stop #12: Midtown:
3:05pm (Last re-board time: 5:05pm)
Stop #13: Belmont Mansion:
3:15pm (Last re-board time: 5:15pm)
Stop #14: Union Station Hotel/FRIST Art Museum:
3:25pm (Last re-board time: 5:25pm)
Ryman Auditorium is open 9:30 am to 3:30pm seven days a week.