Nashville is the epicenter of country music - it's the city that founded country music, and it's home to country's most famous stage, the revered Grand Ole Opry! Spend a few days in Nashville to discover the creative energy, the hidden gems, and history in the making; your tour of Nashville and backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry will take you to some of the best attractions! 21c Museum Hotel Nashville is woven into the fabric of downtown, welcoming both visitors and locals to enjoy the curated exhibitions, cultural programming, and culinary offerings at the historic Gray & Dudley building - its an art-filled escape from it all.
The historic Gray & Dudley has been re-imagined to showcase more than 10,500 square feet of exhibition space where curated exhibitions and site-specific installations reflect the global nature of contemporary culture. The galleries are open every day and exhibitions rotate, as do the regular cultural programming, and guided docent tours are offered every Tuesday and Thursday - which means there's never a bad time to visit and see something new! You'll find your guest room at 21c Nashville to be a sanctuary from the art and activity that fills the galleries and vibrant spaces in and surrounding the property.
Get ready for the ultimate country music Nashville bucket-list item: a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry! A knowledgeable tour guide will share a few of the many stories about the Opry and the country music superstars that have played here, from the past to the present. See photos from some of the Grand Ole Opry's biggest moments in history and walk through the artist's entrance, where new stars, superstars and the legends of country music enter the building on the night of a show. There might even be an opportunity to step on stage and into the famed wooden circle as countless musicians and artists have done for many years! Additionally, the tour may include a stop at Studio A, a live television studio and the former home of the hit television variety show Hee Haw, which aired from 1969 until 1992. You'll also see some of the 18 artist dressing rooms, decorated with a unique theme honoring a country music legend.
Discover Nashville on a sightseeing adventure. Hit the road for a clear view of Music City's sights and sounds. Pass well-known sites like historic Riverfront Park, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Tennessee State Capitol, Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, Nissan Stadium (home to the NFL's Tennessee Titans), the Parthenon in Centennial Park and much more. Then spend some time inside the historic Ryman Auditorium, and visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for a self-guided tour of this $37 million, interactive musical experience.
Your getaway for two includes:
? 4 days/3 nights accommodations at 21c Museum Hotel Nashville
? Daily complimentary breakfast
? All room-related taxes
? Grand Ole Opry House backstage tour
? Discover Nashville city tour, including admission to the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
? Free concierge reservation service
Terms and Conditions
Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Tour runs on specific days of the week and at specific times. If tour is not available, it may be substituted with equal or similar experience. A minimum 30 day advance reservation is required. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue. Blackout dates: June 3-7, Country Music Awards weekend.