Music City Trolley Hop

Music City Trolley Hop

Nashville Site Seeing on Music City Trolley Hop
Nashville Site Seeing on Music City Trolley Hop
Nashville Site Seeing on Music City Trolley Hop

Buy a ticket (two days in advance). Nashville's first hop on hop off trolley is a treat for tourists and Nashvillians alike. This fully narrated tour will tell you all about the history and present day happenings of Music City. You will get a chance to hop off and explore the following points of interest: •2nd and Broadway (purchase trolley tickets at this stop) •Ryman Auditorium •State Capitol, TPAC, State Museum •BiCentennial Park •Parthenon •The Frist Museum •Country Music Hall of Fame Each ticket is good for 24 hours.

You'll get acquainted with the area as you see great landmarks like the Bicentennial Park, the Frist Museum and the Parthenon, while having the option to hop off and take a closer look, or continue on in your transportation. Whether you take the tour to get familiar with the area or to enjoy the unique experience of riding a Nashville trolley, the Downtown Trolley Tour is one of the most quaint sightseeing excursions available in Music City. Hopping on and off of the trolley has never been so easy.

Other sites along the tour include Antique Archaeology, which is Mike Wolfe from American Pickers' shop, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and 2nd Avenue and Broadway. You'll get views that aren't possible from the seats on an enclosed bus as you enjoy the open-air trolley. Be sure to bring your camera along in case you catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star heading to the recording studios along Music Row, and be ready to capture fantastic photos of the incredible Country Music Hall of Fame, which expands out across an entire city block!

Highlights

Antique Archaeology
Country Music Hall of Fame
Ryman Auditorium
Parthenon
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Bicentennial Park

Business Location: 
Music City Trolley Hop
2nd Ave
37203 Nashville , TN
Neighborhood: 
--Downtown
Downtown Nashville
 
 
 
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