The Grand Ol’ Opry had its start here in the hometown of renowned entertainment venues Ryman Auditorium, The Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Country Music Hall of Fame and Belcourt Theater. Vintage television favorites Hee Haw, Nashville Network and Pop! Goes the Country also had their origins here; today, RFD TV, Country Music Television and Great American Country all air from Nashville. This vital center of the music, healthcare, publication, banking and transportation industries, rich with wonderful architectural interest, casual-to-fine dining options, a thriving and diverse university culture and fascinating Civil War history attracts visitors of all ages to its location on the 688-mile long Cumberland River. Moderate Winters and typically hot Southeastern Summers present endless year-round opportunities to enjoy Nashville’s trademark music and entertainment scene; popular events like the Nashville Film Festival in April, the CMA Music Festival in June and the nine-day-long Tennessee State Fair in September consistently draw the crowds , and adventurous groups will find plenty to do in the great outdoors! Visit The Parthenon gallery at Centennial Park, experience “worlds” of learning at Adventure Science Center and peruse fine historic exhibitions like Lotz House Civil War Museum and Traveler’s Rest. Meander the 55-acre estate of Cheekwood Mansion and Botanical Gardens – site of the Swan’s Ball and Wildflower Festival each Spring, and trail charming character guides through grand old plantations and fine antebellum homes like Belle Meade and Carter House. Relive in your mind’s eye the historic roles of important Civil War Era monuments and landmarks – Stones River Battleground, Fort Nashborough and Fort Negley are all must-sees. Whatever your pleasure, an absolutely immersive and personalized Music City experience awaits travelers to this friendly, fascinating and colorful crossroads of American culture; Nashville is Country music and a whole lot more!
Four Day Music City Student Tour
A little bit of country, a little bit of history, and a whole lot of fun for your group on this exciting four day tour!
Nashville Three Day Senior Trip
A little history, good times at a water park, and the chance to say good-bye to your friends during your moonlight dinner and dance cruise.
Adventure Science Center
It was 1944 and World War II had rolled to an end. Our Nation was forward-looking and hopeful, and an exciting new children’s museum opened in the old University….
Belle Meade Plantation
Student groups on Music City getaway will truly enjoy a visit to this magnificent Greek Revival plantation, formerly home to one of the largest slave populations….
Grand Ole Opry
This hot spot is a real treat for music enthusiasts! Student groups visiting the great city of Nashville won’t want to miss a trip to the most popular attraction in all of….
Student groups setting out on Nashville holiday will truly enjoy exploring this renowned Tennessee plantation, once the home of Andrew and Rachel Jackson….
Nashville Ghost Tours
Groups of incorrigible night owls on Tennessee excursion with a keen craving for some extraordinary extra-sensory after-dinner activity will definitely be delighted to discover……
Music City, USA isn’t just the home of country music! It’s also where you’ll find a progressive and dynamic, conservation – oriented zoological park….
This cherished Music City landmark attraction and notorious live venue boasting the “best sound in town” was built by riverboat captain and Nashville….
Treetop Adventure Park
It’s undeniable fact: with your head in the clouds and your feet on *strange* ground, the standard “tourist’s perspective” and agenda….