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Nashville’s Biggest & Wildest Party Tour with Onboard Bar

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The Nashville Tractor is bringing the farm party to Broadway! Strap on your boots, grab your friends, and come experience a one-of-a-kind Nashville party on board the world’s largest party wagon. Our party wagons have been used in numerous music videos, news stories and on MTV’s reality shows. Voted Nashville’s #1 party tour!<br><br>On our Nashville scenic party tour, we plow through Nashville for approximately 1.5 hours for some dancing and partying. Enjoy music, a light-up dance floor, cold drinks, and more while you see the city from a different perspective. Our professional tractor driver takes you on an amazing journey through Music City. Your on-board entertainer keeps the drinks flowing, teaches line dances, and might even sing you a few songs! They make sure you have a great time while you explore the city.<br><br>As we make our way through the city with music pumping and drinks flowing we will stop at one of our partner bars for some true Nashville fun and a well needed bathroom break.
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563terih wrote a review Nov 16
Blue Springs, Missouri135 contributions22 helpful votes
Saw alot of interesting things there. Was a nice museum. The cost was only $10, very reasonable. The park area was nice also.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Crash2100 wrote a review Nov 14
Merida, Mexico47 contributions8 helpful votes
After visiting the remains of the original Parthenon in Greece, it was amazing to see this intact replica to see what it would have looked like 2000 years ago. The architecture is very impressive.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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pandabear6 wrote a review Nov 9
Rochelle, Illinois369 contributions47 helpful votes
It was so much fun to visit the Parthenon and learn its history having being built for the centennial exhibit. It is imposing and there is a great art display in the building too.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Jeff R wrote a review Nov 8
Bella Vista, Arkansas60 contributions9 helpful votes
The exterior was incredible. The inside was a bit of a let down. The surrounding park is very run down
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Date of experience: October 2020
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eddie94066 wrote a review Nov 5
Leander, Texas38 contributions31 helpful votes
The hotel staff told me check this out and I scratched my head. When the heck and why the heck would they build a replica of the Parthenon in Nashville??? For the centennial celebrations of TN, of course!! Unfortunately the museum inside was closed when I was there (a Monday) and I could not see the statue of Athena. Walking around the building itself was an experience. After seeing the original Parthenon in Greece 11 years ago, it was nice to see what the entire structure would have looked like. Take some time to see it. Not far out of the Nashville downtown area.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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