Join us for a Nashville Tour Above the rest! Nashville’s only Hop On-Hop Off tour featuring both Trolleys and Double Decker Buses is a treat for everyone! This guided tour of Nashville stops at 15 stops with over 100 points of interest and is led by fun and informative driver/guides.

tour type double-decker

9am to
5:30pm

Daily
Tours

$39 Adults
$20 Kids
*Last Tour departs Stop 1 at 4pm

THE Route



THE Stops

1
Riverfront Train Station

The Riverfront Train Station is the main ticket sales hub for the Music City Hop. This stop also features the Riverfront Park, Lower Broadway, or add on discounted attraction tickets.

2

Explore the George Jones Museum and enjoy live music at their rooftop bar. This stop also features the Wildhorse Saloon, Johnny Cash Museum, and home to Nashville’s signature candy, the Goo Goo Shop.

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3
Country Music Hall of Fame

The Country Music Hall of Fame features priceless memorabilia and interactive exhibits that span every decade. Hop off also for Hatch Show Print, Music City Center, Omni Hotel, and the Walk of Fame Park.

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4
Ryman Auditorium

The Ryman Auditorium, the “Mother Church of Country Music”, was home to the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. This stop also features Tootsie’s World-Famous Orchid Lounge and Jack’s BBQ.

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5
Tennessee State Capitol

Hop off to explore the Tennessee State Capitol or the Tennessee State Museum, featuring three floors of art, history, and culture. The Military Branch Museum is located inside the War Memorial Building.

6
Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum

The Musicians Hall of Fame & GRAMMY Museum Gallery is an interactive experience that honors all musicians regardless of genre. Play an instrument, record in a sound booth, even practice your DJ skills!

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7
Bicentennial Park & Farmers’ Market

The 19-acre Bicentennial Park is a tribute to Tennessee’s history including a granite map of the state, a World War II Memorial, and more. The Nashville Farmers’ Market is home to many restaurants and shops.

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8
Marathon Village & Antique Archaeology

Home to Mike Wolfe’s shop, Antique Archaeology, from History Channel’s American Pickers, Marathon Village also features Island Cowgirl Jewelry, Bang Candy Company, Grinder’s Switch Winery, and more!

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9

Green Brier Distillery is a rebirth of a once-storied whiskey producer that once more than rivaled Jack Daniel’s. Learn the story of “Old Number Five” and taste some award-winning Tennessee Whiskey.

10
The Parthenon & Centennial Park

The Parthenon is the world’s only full-size replica of the ancient Greek temple located in Athens. It houses the largest indoor statue in the western hemisphere, a statue of Athena standing at 42-ft tall.

11
Vanderbilt University

Ranked as one of the nation’s top 20 universities, Vanderbilt University’s campus is also home to a National Arboretum featuring over 6000 trees and over 50 outdoor sculptures adorn the grounds.

12

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken serves up one of the hottest dishes in Nashville right now, both literally and figuratively! This stop also features Broadway Brewhouse, home of the original Bushwhacker.

13
The Gulch

Originally home to the downtown railroad terminal, The Gulch is home to some of the best shopping and dining in Nashville. Stop in for lunch at Biscuit Love or Burger Republic for award-winning food!

14
Frist Center for the Visual Arts

The Frist Center features rotating art exhibits and the interactive Martin ArtQuest Gallery which is great for children of all ages! Explore the Union Station Hotel, built as a majestic railway station in 1900.

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15
Nashville Visitors Center

Get brochures, maps and coupons, relax in the music-themed WiFi center, and talk with our Nashville Experts who have all the "inside" news on what to see and do in Nashville!

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