Go Backstage in Nashville
Nashville is a city full of music, entertainment, and fun. It has taken a lot of work to make Nashville one of the top music destinations in the United States, and you can see all of the work that has gone into making Nashville what it is today with a backstage look at some of its popular venues.
The Ryman Auditorium is one of Nashville’s oldest landmarks, with a past rich in country music history. It was home to the Grand Ole Opry for thirty years. The Ryman Auditorium Self-Guided Tour provides visitors the experience to explore the rich past of the Ryman Auditorium. The tour begins with a narrated video presentation, after which you are free to explore the Ryman. In addition, you can purchase the Backstage Guided Tour, which provides a guided tour of places of the Ryman, like the dressing rooms, that are not open to the Self-Guided Tour. Whichever option you choose, you are sure to have an afternoon filled with the exciting past of the Ryman Auditorium.
To see the history of the modern day Grand Ole Opry, the Opry House Backstage Tour is the perfect activity. This tour will take you behind the scenes of the Grand Ole Opry and preparations for its weekly productions. The Opry House began hosting the Grand Ole Opry in 1974 and continues to host weekly concerts. The Opry House Backstage Tour is a guided tour of that includes narration of the history of the Opry House. The tour includes a look at the dressing rooms, backstage preparations, memorabilia, and more. You may even get to check out the famous stage! For the ultimate Opry experience, you can also purchase tickets to a show at the Grand Ole Opry!
For a behind the scenes look at Nashville history, choose the Nashville Unpublished Walking Tour, which provides a look at the darker history of this city. From the scandals of country music stars to political intrigue, this tour features stories that you will not find on any other tour. The tour features a behind the scenes tour of the Ryman Auditorium where you will hear about some of its more notorious stars. In total, the tour lasts approximately 90 minutes and includes tales of Civil War spies, ghost stories, and more.