June 14th – 18th

5 Days – 4 Nights

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 (BNA) and make your way to the Tru by Hilton Nashville Downtown. Tru is the ideal base for exploring downtown Nashville. Music City Center is one block away and the lively nightlife of Broadway is within walking distance. Enjoy free WiFi and a build-your-own breakfast. You can arrive early and spend the day exploring the area.

Meet your Nashville tour leader at 7:00pm for a meet and greet and to walk to our Welcome Dinner at Ole’ Red. Ole Red is THE full country experience that will get your ass and your taste buds boot scootin’ with what they like to call 100-proof live music, scratch-made dishes, and signature drinks, all inspired by the boss man himself, Blake Shelton.

Day 2: Hop-on Bus – Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum – Marathon Village – Belmont Mansion

Between the old landmarks and new buildings, Nashville is a perfect destination to explore by hop-on bus. Today we will discover Nashville from its rich history to what made it into the famous “Music City, USA” of today.

From classic country to rock ’n’ roll, we will find it all at the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, our first hop-off. The Los Angeles exhibit includes a variety of instruments used to record well-known artists like Simon and Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Mamas and Papas, Bread, Paul Revere & The Raiders, and The Carpenters. Motown has instruments used to record artists such as The Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, and The Jackson 5. With an actual studio vocal booth along with instruments, the American Studio allows us to step into the lives of Elvis, Dusty Springfield, The Box Tops, and Neil Diamond. The Stax Recording Studio helped many incredible artists flourish in their musical careers and this exhibit includes instruments used by Sam and Dave, Otis Redding, Booker T. The Nashville Exhibit, has instruments used to record Hank Williams Sr. ,George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Charlie Rich, and Chet Atkins. In the Muscle Shoals exhibit, we can view instruments used by Bob Seger, Paul Simon, Traffic, Bob Dylan, and Rod Stewart. From Nashville to Woodstock, the Jimi Hendrix Exhibit is all about the time that Jimi spent here.

Back on the Hop-on bus to the Marathon Village, a cluster of buildings that formerly housed Marathon Motor Works in the early 1900’s. Today, unique retail, business and entertainment facilities reside here, including a bourbon distillery, gourmet confectionery and Antique Archaeology, home base for the American Pickers show on the History Channel. A perfect stop for a lunch break.

Our last hop-off will be at the Belmont Mansion, the largest house built in Tennessee prior to the Civil War and one of only a few whose history revolves around the life of a woman. Visiting here is a unique to explore one of the few 1850s era homes still standing in Nashville while learning about the people – both free and enslaved – whose stories make this site worth understanding. Today a significant percentage of original furniture, paintings, statues, and other pieces of art are located throughout the house.

Broadway from 2nd Ave to 5th 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 wont gain admittance without one. 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 their 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 3: Country Music Hall of Fame – Grand Ole Opry Behind Stage Tour – Opryland Resort

A vacation in Nashville would not be complete without visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Forming a bass clef when viewed from the air, the unique building is an iconic feature of the Nashville skyline. Rhinestone costumes, musical instruments, and tearstained lyric sheets are only the beginning, as the museum is home to the largest collection of country music artifacts in the world. Music lovers can mix and mingle over the exhibits found at the Museum. Sing Me Back Home is the title of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s permanent exhibit, a multi-layered journey through the life of Country music. Through artifacts, photographs, original recordings, archival video, newly produced films, touchscreen interactive media, and beautifully rendered text panels, Sing Me Back Home immerses you in the history and sounds of country music, its meanings, and the lives and voices of many of its honored personalities. View the two-story wall plastered gold and platinum country records dedicated to country music’s finest – from Patsy Cline to Reba McEntire to Alan Jackson – and walk among artifacts like Jimmie Rodgers’ guitar and Elvis Presley’s solid gold Cadillac limo.

Across the street in Walk of Fame Park is where music celebrities who lived, worked and played in Nashville are commemorated with sidewalk stars.

Its about 1/2 hour drive to the Grand Ole Opry, where we will have free time for lunch before our Backstage Tour. Then 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.

Enjoy a few hours of free time for dining and exploring the Gaylord Opryland Resort. Stroll through the many gardens and pathways, visit one of the many shops or maybe take the Delta River boat ride. Opryland is well known for its nine acres of lavish indoor gardens. Boasting 50,000 tropical plants, rare international blooms and romantic Southern species, the horticultural displays are among the most exquisite in the world. Each of the gardens is housed under one of the hotel’s soaring atriums, creating a series of breathtaking horticultural wonderlands. The Garden Conservatory features a collection of 10,000 tropical plants, representing more than 215 species. Towering palms and banana trees rise 60 feet above the atrium floor. In all, there are 37 different families of trees represented, including ficus, banana trees, palms and a sampling of miniature orange trees.

Day 4: Brunch – Ryman Auditorium

Experience Music Row/Broadway at your own pace today. Take a stroll down Honky Tonk Highway, a four-block stretch of Lower Broadway featuring country western-themed shops and restaurants, and you’ll pass numerous honky-tonks with live music playing all day. History is all around, the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, at 417 Broadway, was the site of the second-longest running radio show in history, the Midnight Jamboree and still broadcasts on WSM Radio. Then take a self guided included 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.

After our Farewell dinner we head to Printers Alley, home of a nightclub district that dates back to the 1940s. Enjoy a wonderful meal 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 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: $1675.00
Single Supplement: $950.00
Deposit: $500.00
Balance Due: April 14th


4 Nights Accommodations
Breakfast Daily – 2 Dinners
Tour Leader/Guide
Activities and Admissions per Itinerary
Transportation Throughout Tour
All Taxes and Surcharges


Airport Shuttle