Grand Ole Opry

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Grand Ole Opry
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The Grand Ole Opry, an American Icon and Nashville's number one attraction, is known for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It's where unforgettable moments happen every week...moments like the night Trace Adkins revealed a tweet inviting his pal Blake Shelton to become a member of the Opry. With country music's new stars, superstars, and legends live on stage, you never know what'll happen next. See the show that made country music famous.
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Nubus
Copenhagen, Denmark417 contributions
What is "The circle"? What is country music to people today? We decided to visit Grand Old Opry, and it paid off. Old Opry is an institution but one with standing ovations, new talents, old stars, and virtuosity.

We had seats in section 2, row L. The seats at the back are cheaper, and screens will make sure you can see the recording, but you're not in the Grand Old Opry to watch a recording. Those last $15 do make a difference. Drinks are expensive and nothing can be brought from outside (a purse is the maximum). Parking... there is plenty of free parking at the mall. Do go!
Written August 15, 2022
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Nubus
Copenhagen, Denmark417 contributions
What is "The circle"? What is country music to people today? We decided to visit Grand Old Opry, and it paid off. Old Opry is an institution but one with standing ovations, new talents, old stars, and virtuosity.

We had seats in section 2, row L. The seats at the back are cheaper, and screens will make sure you can see the recording, but you're not in the Grand Old Opry to watch a recording. Those last $15 do make a difference. Drinks are expensive and nothing can be brought from outside (a purse is the maximum). Parking... there is plenty of free parking at the mall. Do go!
Written August 15, 2022
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lisealleyne
Slough, UK85 contributions
I fulfilled my wish to visit the Opry and it was really everything I thought it would be,,,and more. We didn't arrange a tour but were able to pick one up easily when we arrived and did the back stage tour which gave us views of the dressing rooms and culminated with going on stage and seeing the 'golden circle'. Unfortunately we could not time our trip to attend a show but .... gives me an excuse to go again! Was a fascinating trip. I would recommend using the public transport from Union St (about 5-10 minute walk from Broadway), No 4 bus if I remember. cost us $3 for an all day bus pass. Takes about an hour and you have to walk to the Opry either through the Mall or around it, but takes only a few minutes.
Written May 15, 2022
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anjoco69
Aylesbury, UK147 contributions
This was our 3rd trip to the Grand Ole Opry and you are always guaranteed a good night out. It is a wonderful theatre seating just under 5000. Allocated seating in padded pews which gives a nice nod back to the Ryman. The line up of each show is different and the acts slowly get announced in the weeks leading up to it. It is likely if you book a long way in advance you will not know who you are going to see, but the Opry show is all about the experience and is bigger than any one artist. There are normally 6 or 7 acts on each performance ranging from up and coming artists, legends, and current mega stars. We recommend booking as far in advance as possible to get a good selection of seats.
There is a huge gift shop with a fantastic range of clothing, housewares, memorabilia, Christmas decorations (all year) and music. The shop is open throughout the day.
This show is a must when in Nashville and we cannot wait for visit number 4.
Written July 11, 2020
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LM4545
Helotes, TX63 contributions
Couples
We went to the Grand Ole Opry. This was a must see for me since we were in Nashville. The Grand Ole Opry is probably a 20 minute drive from downtown Nashville. We happened to be staying close by. They were very Covid focused- taking your temp, spacing out and having to wear to mask all the time. Except if you’re eating or drinking. I didn’t really agree with wearing my mask with as much social distancing as they had based on the seating. Other than that 2 hours of great entertainment. We saw Riders in the Sky, Tyler Rich, Willams and Ree and Daily & Vincent which we my favorite of the 7 acts.
It’s a beautiful place, you sit on pews and it is next to Opryland.
Would go again and Park at the mall - no parking fee- Opryland had parking for a fee and both seemed to be the same amount of walking.
Written April 5, 2021
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Paul-Maine
Lyman, ME132 contributions
Although you need a car or Uber ride to the Grand Ole Opry it is worth the ride. Make a day of it and visit the Grand Ole Opry Hotel which is a short walk away. The show is well done and is a must do when you are in Nashville.
Written May 23, 2022
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Papa T
Bloomfield, CT42 contributions
Couples
The Opry is a great experience with world class musicians and a fun friendly vibe. Starting with the web site and ticketing process, you can select tickets knowing exactly how you will see the stage because a small picture pops up showing the stage from your seat before your purchase. Prices were extremely fair for a world class experience and seeing top tier music talent.

Arriving at the Opry is easy. We took an Uber, but taxis were also an option. Getting dropped off at the entrance was beautiful and a short walk into the building. There are very few stairs and I'm sure there were ramps because everything at the Opry showed signs of accommodating those with handicaps. The staff and security were extremely welcoming and compared to going to other music venues, this was the best experience from curb to seat. Speaking of seats, I read other reviews that criticized the church pew seating, but I thought it was great and the pews are padded, so extremely comfortable.

There were lots of options for dinner both inside the Opry and at Opry Mills mall which is a very short walk and lots of choices. If you purchase food inside the Opry, you can bring it to your seat.

After the show, it's easy to get outside and back to the curb, however, be warned... it's a sea of taxis and limos. Our Uber driver called us and directed us to walk away from the chaos and we were on our way in minutes. I've attended many theatre and music events all over the world and I've NEVER see such a taxi cluster even outside grand central station in NYC, so be prepared!

Attending the Opry was a bucket list event and although I wouldn't rank myself as a huge country music buff, I thoroughly enjoyed the entire event.
Written March 5, 2020
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Bob Angry
Melbourne, FL1,272 contributions
Couples
Had the girlfriend with me for a quick weekend hanging out on Broadway and decided we needed to go full Nashville experience and hit the iconic Opry. Looking at tickets online we felt the prices were too much, plus it was going to be a $50 Uber from downtown. We stopped to chat with the concierge at the Dream Nashville and she got us tickets for only $50! We were on our way. Reading reviews before we left, made it sound like the Opry only had basic concessions so we started with some drinks across the street, which turned out to be a bust... Hint, read my review for ClaimJumper, waste of time... Anyway they do a full bar available inside the Opry! I got a yummy Tito and cranberry. My hot baby grabbed a Tito and pineapple. Yummy. Our seats were pretty far up in the balcony but still a great view and they do have large monitors to supplement. The show is you watching the radio show unfold. We saw 4 separate acts broken up by the usual commercial radio banter. There were less Ubers available after than expected so plan ahead.
Written March 2, 2020
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DnD B
50 contributions
Family
If you don't have lots of $$ don't stop. All we could afford were the pictures we took of the entrance and a couple souvenirs to prove we stopped. I was sooooo disappointed. I'm 62 and country music is in my veins. My grandfather started a band in 1920 and I grew up listening to all "great RULERS" of CM and Honky Tonk. Sad that everything has to have such a big price tag on it now days😔
Written May 27, 2021
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GrandTour328265
4 contributions
Couples
If you love country music and the Grand Ole Opry is on your bucket list you will be disappointed when you see how they gouge every penny they can. What was a better parking option than the mall average has now gone up to 15.00. You have already paid an excessive amount for your show tickets and they have also taken up 24 or more close parking spots for valet parking so they can make yet more money off you. And they have one parking place for a pregnant lady. Why can’t all handicap spots be available for pregnant women? Their are lots of handicap spaces. Certainly more reasonable that just one spot for the pregnant women. We at one time could take our family and a friend for our daughter and it wasn’t so much that we couldn’t go. The company that owns it now, obviously does not care about families or those that used to be able to come but just can’t pay all the extra cost. Be prepared and come early enough to park a mile away with your kids. Otherwise, bring extra money to give the greedy owners that are using a great family time and popular place to visit because they don’t seem to have enough.
Written February 1, 2020
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Grand Ole Opry admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost $69.00, while a popular guided tour starts around $40.00 per person. See all 7 Grand Ole Opry tickets and tours on Tripadvisor

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