Nashville: Old Town Trolley Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

Nashville: Old Town Trolley Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

Nashville, U.S.A.
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  • All the stops are located in proximity to popular attractions for a comfortable excursion
  • Hop on and off at your pace and explore monuments and sites
  • Feel the lively vibes of Nashville
  • Know the culture, and history and discover interesting tourist spots
  • Smartphone Voucher Accepted (No need to print)


The complete trolley tour takes about 90 minutes. You can explore Nashville and see over 100 tourist attractions. Onboard commentary gives insight into popular sights as you travel. Nashville is a musical city and it is home to several hip breweries, designer stores, coffee shops, and artisan wineries. You can feel the festive spirit and youth energy as it is a site of Vanderbilt University and Belmont University.
An Old Town Trolley Tour is a perfect way to know the city that has attracted music lovers. You have a lot to explore here such as restaurants, shops, and tourist attractions. Hop off at any stop, see the attraction, and when ready, onboard the next trolley. This is a convenient and easy way to travel across Nashville, the music city.


Nashville is popularly known as Music City. It hosts famous live entertainment venues, tourist attractions, popular restaurants, and captivating specialty shops. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the city and its hospitality with the Old Town Trolley sightseeing tour. Learn about Nashville and its music royalty. The conductor provides entertaining and exciting narration during the tour. You will get to know secrets and facts about Nashville. Discover architectural landmarks and other iconic places to know about the capital city of the U.S. state of Tennessee.
Country Music Hall of Fame: Located in the center of downtown, the Country Music Hall of Fame is an attractive building with tall windows that look like piano keys. The museum showcases a multimedia display of gold records, historical performances, instruments, and costumes. Major highlight is a Cadillac, a giant guitar that belonged to Elvis. Audio backup of famed personalities like Dolly Parton is also available to enhance the experience.
Grand Ole Opry: This is a popular and longest-running radio program in the U.S. since its broadcast in 1925. More than five thousand shows are presented. The radio show is the backbone of the Music City identity of Nashville. The show venue was shifted to Grand Ole Opry from the Ryman Auditorium in 1974.
Ryman Auditorium: From 1943 to 1974, the Ryman Auditorium was home to the Grand Ole Opry. It came into existence in 1892 and offered high-end acoustic for classical and bluegrass music performances along with television shows and musical theater.  It is commonly known as the Carnegie Hall of the South. A museum at the auditorium treasures a rich musical past.
Gaylord Opryland Resort: A resort with a huge collection of 50,000 tropical plants offers scenic beauty. Many plants are rare international species. You can visit this resort anytime even if you do not stay here. This is located on nine acres of land. The Garden conservatory has 60 feet tall banana and palm trees.
Belmont Mansion: This is the largest antebellum house in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It was built in the 1850s and recognized as a unique and premium mansion in the United States. There are many rooms with antique furnishings and décor. You can find spacious gardens in Belmont Mansion.
Bicentennial Mall State Park: It is situated in the shadow of the Capitol giving a perfect glimpse of the natural wonders and history in Nashville. The park has many interesting things to see including the granite-made map of the state, the 95-Bell Carillon, a World War II Memorial, the Rivers of Tennessee Fountains, and a Pathway of History.
Johnny Cash Museum: Johnny Cash is popularly known as the Man in Black. He had a tough life and won the Grammy award 17 times. Johnny Cash museum is made in his honor and is a worth visit place in Nashville. Here you can see handwritten lyrics of popular songs. Johnny Cash's clothes, instruments, artwork, letters, and works are displayed.
Nashville Parthenon: This iconic attraction is a production of Athen’s Parthenon. It was built to commemorate the first century of the state. Originally it was made of wood and the current replica is made of cement. You can see an art collection from the 19th and 20th centuries inside. A 42-feet giant statue of goddess Athena Parthenos is admirable.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum: This museum honors the musical heroes who assisted in creating talented stars. Talented artists belong to Nashville, Muscle Shoals, Motown, Los Angeles, New York, and recording studios. Focus in this big museum is given on stages, instruments, and studios.
You can Hop on and off at any of our convenient stops.


Schedule: Tours departs between 09:30am until 4:00pm
Frequency: Approx. every 30 minutes
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Departure Location: Stop#1 201 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37210

Christmas Eve: Last Tour is at 2:30pm.
New Year’s Eve: Last Tour is at 2:30pm.


  • 1 or 2-Days Nashville Trolley Tour Ticket
  • Live English-Speaking Guide
  • Full color map


  • Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Lunch
  • Entrance Fees

Redemption Info

Departure Point: 201 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37210
You can hop-on the trolley where there is no ticket booth then you can redeem your voucher with bus staff.
Mobile and paper vouchers are both accepted at all stops.
You will receive a ticket in exchange for your voucher, which you must keep until the expiry date/ tour.
Please check your ticket to know when it expires.
After exchanging your voucher for a ticket, your voucher will no longer be valid.
In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund.
Tickets are valid until end of business day on date of use.
Parking: The downtown area has numerous parking opportunities in paid lots.
Routes are subject to change during special events. Trolley route may be delayed or some stops closed during these times. For updated schedule please call 629-208-0200.

Know Before You Go

Wheelchair/ Stroller Access
Hand-Baggage allowed, no big size bag or suitcases are allowed
Only service animals are allowed
Infants can travel free and you do not require to book infant ticket.
Infants must sit on laps.
Seating is on a first come first serve basis.
Disclaimer: Due to traffic issues, public holidays, weather conditions, cruise ship arrivals and unforeseen circumstances, there might be sudden changes in the route or on the schedule. In "normal times" Nashville is a busy city, especially during special events, summer holidays and at weekends. Traffic congestion and road closures - may cause delays, reduced frequency and changes to the route. We’ll do all we can to provide a smooth and frequent service!

Cancellation Policy

  • You can cancel up to 24 hours before the experience and receive a full refund.
  • You must cancel at least 24 hours before the start time of the activity to get a complete refund.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the start time of the experience, you will not be reimbursed.
  • Any modifications made less than 24 hours before the start time of the experience will not be allowed.
  • The cut-off times are determined by the experience's local time.
  • This experience is weather dependent. If it is cancelled due to inclement weather, you will be given an alternate date or a full refund.