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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...more
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As a supporter of the original Ryman Auditorium Grand Ole Opry I wondered how the "new" place would be. Great surprise! The seating and acoustics are excellent. Still has a warm country feeling. Great that the center stage wooden circle was brought from the Ryman....More
Visiting the Grand Ole Oprey seemed like a requirement for a visit to Nashville. We had a good time. It was interesting to see where many stars began their careers. It’s a live performance which makes it interesting. It’s somewhat slow moving but I found...More
We opted to do the Grand Ole Opry backstage tour and our guide, Kelly, made it really fun and upbeat. We learned a lot of things we didn’t know about the Opry, and learning the history of the building and the Opry was spectacular!
I think you could skip the Hall of Fame...maybe...but the roots of many musical genres are represented at the Hall. For my money if I am choosing between one or the other I go Grand Ole Opry, especially if you like live... More
I think you could skip the Hall of Fame...maybe...but the roots of many musical genres are represented at the Hall. For my money if I am choosing between one or the other I go Grand Ole Opry, especially if you like live music.
We decided to take our kids 16 and 18 to Tennessee at the end of January for their birthdays. All I've read says to stay away from Memphis except for Graceland. Should I book our main stay about 4 days in Nashville and then just do a day trip to and from Graceland or is it worth staying in Memphis for a night? Other than that, I think everything else we want to see is in Nashville. The Grand Ole Opry etc. We also want to see Loretta Lynn's place. Yes, we are huge fans. Any advice for this...More
December 29, 2011|
Memphis is a couple hundred miles from Nashville - so I would stay overnight. Have never been to Graceland, but the downtown Memphis area is nice - I have stayed @ Peabody, Marriott and Wyndham and was not worried about my safety. Like any big city - just be careful and don't act like a tourist or wander around alone. I'm sure the folks in Memphis forum can help you w/hotel recommendation close to Graceland.
Grand Ole Opry April 2013 (2 Replies)
A friend and I are making a road trip from Fort Lauderdale to Cincinatti in April 2013. A (the!) highlight for me is to attend the Grand Ole Opry. Our time is limited, so we plan to stay two nights in the Nashville area. It will be a Friday and a Saturday. How far in advance can tickets be purchased for the Grand Ole Opry? Their web site is only taking bookings to December 2013 (in August 2013). Is is better to stay in the general area of the Grand Ole Opry? I've read mixed...More
August 06, 2012|
Make sure that the Grand Old Opry is being performed at the Opry House at that time. There are times of the year (and I'm not sure when they are), that the performances are at the Ryman Auditorium, which is downtown. That may influence what hotel you will want.
How much time for drive from Vandy to Grand Ole Opry? (2 Replies)
Was warned to allow 1 1/2 hours to get from the West End for the early Tuesday show at the Grand Ole Opry. Any input or alternative suggested routes other than 40E? Co-eds busy this week with studies and would rather not waste time sitting in traffic or showing up really early. Many thanks! Love, Love, Love Nashville! 1st trip to Opry.
April 13, 2015|
Response fromPam S|
Perhaps this advice was given during the Christmas season? I would check google maps late afternoon. Google will give you any alternate routes. Traffic will be bad around 5:30-6, but I would think it would thin out after that. It is a 20-25 minute drive without traffic, plus some time to park and get your seats.