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Downtown Nashville

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Downtown Nashville

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Live Downtown Nashville Walking Tour
$25.00 per adult
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Downtown Nashville Pub Crawl Walking Tour
$20.52 per adult
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$44.24 $50 per adult
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Nashville Pub Crawl: Nashville's #1 All-Inclusive Cocktail & Food Tour
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Best of Nashville City Tour on Double Decker Bus

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See more than 100 points of interest in only an hour on the Nashville City Tour double decker bus. It’s the perfect option for first-time visitors who want to get the lay of the land in the Music City. Sit on the open-air upper level and enjoy informative commentary about Nashville. Be sure to have your camera ready for Ryman Auditorium, Nissan Stadium, Musicians Hall of Fame, and Vanderbilt University.
$28.67 per adult
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Keri3485 wrote a review Yesterday
Ypsilanti, Michigan13 contributions2 helpful votes
Parking is outrageously expensive but the downtown area is electric & fun. I love how you can go bar to bar & listen to live music. Experience this at least once in your lifetime.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rachael Blake wrote a review Yesterday
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Very fun and lively. Live music in nearly every bar. There was old country, new country, Bluegrass, and rock ‘n’ roll.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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debmink wrote a review Yesterday
Louisville, Kentucky241 contributions60 helpful votes
We love Nashville! However, there were just too many people downtown without masks. There was very little social distancing. We love going into all the shops, but the only two we visited were the Google cluster shop and Ernest Tub records. We just felt it was too dangerous at this time.It felt like being at Times Square on New Year’s Eve.We really hope after the pandemic us over to go and visit our old favorite places, but not right now.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bryce wrote a review Oct 26
Norfolk, Virginia3 contributions3 helpful votes
Lots to do even with COVID looming. Plenty of places to eat outside and play. Parks are beautiful in the fall. Food was buttery and delicious.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Kathleen P wrote a review Oct 25
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The mandatory mask wear on the sidewalk was ridiculous. You only have to wear a mask on Broadway... not the side streets. The mayor has regulated downtown so severely and it really doesn’t make any sense. You can go to bars and listen to music but you are not allowed to stand up at your table. Evidently, it is dangerous to stand up between your chair and table and clap your hands to enjoy music. At least the musicians can still play! Also, the homeless population (who do not wear masks) are very pushy. They are in your face demanding money and cigarettes... how about helping these people with the funding you are using to enforce mandatory mask wear and no dancing for tourists.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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