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Climb onboard the Old Town Trolley of Nashville and enjoy a fully narrated, fun-filled tour! With 15 stops you can disembark along the way and enjoy Broadway, Music Row, Centennial and Bi-Centennial park, Ryman Auditorium, Farmer's Market, Marathon...more
All reviews great tour hop on hop the loop day pass driver guide lay of the land ticket booth your bearings music row farmers market own pace american pickers country music hall of fame ryman auditorium stops conductor overview
We used the trolley on our recent visit to Nashville.we booked both the day and night tour. The day trolley was hop on hop off and was always on time. Sadly the night tour was spoilt slightly by rain as the windows on the bus...More
I hadn't been to Nashville in several decades - so the trolley tour was the perfect way to see some of the old along with some of the new in America's fastest growing city. The guides provide some interesting history - tho a bit on...More
Very disappointed in this tour. Not sure what we were suppose to see with the plastic flaps down on the windows in the pouring rain with low visibility. Sure you can pull the window flaps 2 inches away from the window frame and try and...More
Date of experience: February 2019
Jennifer G, Guest Relations Manager at Old Town Trolley Tours of Nashville, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
I am sorry to hear you tour was disrupted by adverse weather. We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on the customer service page of our website.
Such friendly staff on these buses, really made it fun with loads of facts. Good range of stops including Ryman Auditorium, Musicians Hall of Fame, Centennial Park, Belmont Mansion, Music Row & The Gulch.
The night tour was a real highlight & included a stop...More
We booked our tour online, our shuttle took us and dropped us just two blocks from one of the 3 Ticket booths where we caught our first bus. We used this same service in Savannah so we knew it was easy and inexpensive and compared...More
We never got off the trolley since we were traveling with handicapped folks sO I don't know. I assume you could ask at the hall of fame . also The people who answer the phone at the trolley office are really helpful.