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Nashville, Tennessee

Musician

Jackson Boat on River

Nashville, Tennessee

Soak up some sun and Southern charm here in the home of country music, Nashville Tennessee! Students can get a taste of the exuberant performances and rich cultural history that define all-American music.

Established

1806

Population

692,587

Please see a sample itinerary below. All itineraries are fully customizable.

Trip Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation

  • 3 nights hotel accommodations at student friendly hotel

  • Complimentary breakfast provided by your hotel

  • 3 Dinners

  • Guided tour of Andrew Jackson’s home the Hermitage

  • Guided tour of the Grand Ole Opry

  • Enjoy a show at the Grand Ole Opry

  • Admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

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Day 1

Morning – Group departs for Nashville, Tennessee

Afternoon – Arrive and meet your tour guide. Visit The Hermitage, the plantation and museum once home to president Andrew Jackson. Enjoy and explore the land on a guided tour of this 1,000-acre National Historic Landmark. Break for lunch. You’ll then visit the Opryland Hotel & Gardens then make your way to hotel for check in.

Evening  Your welcome to Memphis dinner is served! After your tour, sit back, relax, and enjoy a show at the Grande Ole Opry!

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Day 2

Morning – Complimentary breakfast is served at your hotel. Head on over to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and explore the museum, home of one of the world’s most extensive musical collections. Come check out Elvis Presley’s 1960 “Solid Gold” Cadillac limousine, or Johnny Cash’s iconic black suit!

Afternoon – After lunch you will take a tour of the historical RCA Studio B. Step inside the studio where Elvis recorded over 200 songs. The studio, built in 1957 helped establish Nashville as a national recording center.

Evening – Enjoy dinner at a local spot before embarking on your walking city tour.

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Day 3

Morning – Complimentary breakfast is served at your hotel.  Your day will begin with a visit to the beautiful Belle Meade Plantation. You’ve heard of Seabiscuit, Secretariat, Funny Cide, Smarty Jones, and Giacomo. Now come and see where their bloodlines began! Once a world-renowned 5,400-acre thoroughbred horse farm, Belle Meade Plantation today is a 30-acre historic site and museum.

Afternoon – After lunch you will have free time on your own for shopping and exploring downtown Nashville with your tour guide!

Evening – Dinner will be on one of the largest showboats ever built, the General Jackson Showboat. While “rollin’ down the river,” you’ll experience Nashville as it can best be seen from the beautiful Cumberland River.

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Day 4

Morning – Complimentary breakfast is served at your hotel. Your first stop today will be a self-guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium. Established in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, Ryman Auditorium is a National Historic Landmark and a must see for any Nashville visitor.

Afternoon – Enjoy a farewell lunch before departing for home.

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