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Downtown Nashville: Cinderella Private Narrated Carriage

1. Downtown Nashville: Cinderella Private Narrated Carriage

Bring your own royal family or small group for an eye-catching Cinderella tour of Downtown Nashville. This is an amazing way to see all the hotspots of Nashville while making your own new memories. Join your expert guide for a narrated tour while you travel in style. This tour includes hotspots such as: The 5 Star Historical Presidential Hotel The Hermitage Schermerhorn Symphony Center The Country Music Hall of Fame, The Bridgestone Arena The Johnny Cash Museum Riverfront Park Hard Rock Cafe The Wild Horse Saloon Printers Alley The Tennessee State Capitol Building The War Memorial Building Nashville Performing Arts Center Tennessee State Museum The Ryman Auditorium Tootsies Orchid Lounge

Nashville: Private Historic Horse and Carriage Ride

2. Nashville: Private Historic Horse and Carriage Ride

See many of Nashville’s key landmarks as you uncover its history on this private horse and carriage ride. Learn about the past and present of the city and see locations of historic significance including the Hermitage Hotel, Davidson County Courthouse, and Tennessee State Capitol. Discover beautiful sites, historic landmarks, and lots of fun facts about Nashville. Sit back and enjoy the ride from downtown Nashville to Bicentennial Mall State Park before you head back to the meeting point. During the tour you will see: Fort Nashborough: a stockade established in early 1779 in the French Lick area of the Cumberland River Valley. It was a forerunner to the settlement that would become the city of Nashville, Tennessee Printer's Alley: home to a thriving publishing industry at the beginning of the 20th century Davidson County Courthouse: an Art Deco building built during 1936-37. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 Tennessee State Capitol: the seat of government for the U.S. state of Tennessee War Memorial Auditorium: a 2000-seat performance hall The Hermitage Hotel: Nashville’s longest-standing hotel The Tennessee Performing Arts Center/Andrew Jackson Hall Downtown Presbyterian Church Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park: an outdoor museum featuring a series of design elements that highlight the natural and cultural history of Tennessee including fountains, monuments, an amphitheater, and daily farmer's markets

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What people are saying about Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 12 reviews

Driver/narrator was very friendly and knowledgeable about the Nashville area. Carriage was very clean and when he turned on the lights it was beautifull. Got to give a lot of credit to the horse Jules-Julie. We had five people in the carriage.

They were very communicative, the ride was smooth, and we rather enjoyed it. Always make sure to tip, they work hard for it. They even let us pet her when we were finished. thanks for the trip guys.

We had so much fun! We were just so amazed at the beautiful Belgian Mule “Jane” she is so well trained and smart mule toured us around with her pretty handler! We all loved it!

Very enjoyable ride!! We enjoyed learning about the history of Nashville and we strolled through town. Tour guide is very knowledgeable and accommodating!

Our drivers was very friendly. He told us some history of Nashville.