May 11th – 15th

5 Days – 4 Nights

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Travel to Music City U.S.A and stroll Broadway in country style, as we visit one Honky Tonk after another! We invite you to join us as we experience Nashville, a city that resonates with life and vibrates to the beat of every kind of song. It’s a town that sizzles with American history, Southern hospitality, fun attractions and a boundless nightlife. Come join our singles group and together we will discover the capital of Tennessee!


Day 1: Nashville

Arrive at Nashville Airport and make your way to the group’s hotel, the Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown. You can arrive early and spend the day exploring. Meet your Nashville tour leader at 7:00pm for a meet and greet and to walk to our Welcome Dinner.

Day 2: Nashville’s Famous Attractions

Between the old landmarks and new buildings, downtown Nashville is a perfect area to explore on foot with a local knowledgeable guide. Our guide will walk us in the footsteps of famous musicians and patriots while telling us about the city’s history, trivia and behind-the-scenes anecdotes. Explore Nashville, from its rich history to what made it into the famous “Music City, USA” today.

A vacation in Nashville would not be complete without visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Rhinestone costumes, musical instruments, and tear-stained lyric sheets are only the beginning, as the museum is home to the largest collection of country music artifacts in the world. Across the street in Walk of Fame Park is where music celebrities who lived, worked and played in Nashville are commemorated with sidewalk stars.

We will take a shuttle from the Country Music Hall of Fame along the famous Music Row to the historic RCA Studio B where Elvis recorded over 200 songs and Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold and many more recorded their classics. Hear the stories behind the legendary recordings and view some of the original instruments used.

After an optional dinner it’s time to Honky Tonk!! Broadway from 2nd Ave to 5th Ave is filled with one nightclub after another and we will walk by each and every one. Stopping in a few as the music draws us in. Don’t forget your ID as you won’t gain admittance without one.

Day 3: Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage – Grand Ole Opry Backstage Tour

This morning we will travel a short distance outside Nashville to the Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson. Learn about the rich life of the 7th President of the United States and explore the 1,120 acres of his majestic property. Walk through President Jackson’s mansion, the original Hermitage home and a museum filled with historical information and artifacts, enslaved memorials and much more.

It’s a short drive to the Grand Ole Opry and the Opry Mills Mall where we will have free time for lunch and shopping before we walk across the street for our Backstage Tour.

We will join one of the insider tour guides for an exclusive backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House and get an intimate look at the people, places and stories behind the show that made country music famous. Get up close to where legends, stars and country music are made every week live at the Grand Ole Opry, as well as Circle TV and WSM Radio. Explore American country and let our guide show us around the house. We kick things off with Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood in the Opry’s brand-new immersive theater experience, then we get to hang out backstage, hear insider stories, and even stand in the famous circle.

Tonight we head to Printers Alley, home of a nightclub district that dates back to the 1940s. We will stop for dinner (not included) before entering one of the many Blue and Jazz clubs in the Alley. The Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar, a New Orleans Themed Bar and the Skull’s Rainbow Room Founded in 1948 and originally a striptease are definitely a must visit.

Day 4: Brunch – Ryman Auditorium – Wildhorse Saloon

Brunch on Saturday is a must, especially with live music. Then experience Music Row at your own pace, starting with a self paced tour of the Ryman Auditorium. Experience inspiration at every turn with music history from vaudeville to blues, and country to rock; from surprising artifacts to one-of-a-kind exhibits and priceless memorabilia. The Ryman Auditorium is one of the most active and celebrated venues in modern music.

Tonight we have fun, line dance and good food await us tonight at our Farewell Dinner at the Wildhorse Saloon, a country/western-themed restaurant, live music venue, and dance club. On June 3rd, 1994 a herd of cattle ran through the streets of Music City to the front doors of the Wildhorse Saloon and since that day, millions of music fans from around the world have stampeded through our doors for The Nashville Experience. The Wildhorse is a true-to-our roots restaurant with downtown’s largest dance floor and an unparalleled stage for live entertainment.

Day 5: Depart Nashville

Time to say goodbye to all your new friends as our short getaway comes to an end. Have a safe flight home!

Nashville: Music City Getaway

Double Occupancy: $1575.00
Single Supplement: $700.00
Deposit: $500.00
Balance Due: March 11th
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4 Nights Accommodations
Breakfast Daily – 2 Dinners
Tour Leader/Guide
Activities and Admissions per Itinerary
Transportation Throughout Tour
All Taxes and Surcharges


Airport Shuttle