Ryman Auditorium and Museum
Ryman Auditorium and Museum Reviews
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my tour Awesome! The driver/guide was great
Very interesting tour and a surprise for us when we visited the Ryman studio.The guide was very good and helpful.
Well worth it. We had admission to the Ryman Auditorium and Country Music Hall of Fame. We were able to wonder around and take in everything at our leisure. Our guide Monty was great. He pointed out where a couple of music stars lived, and the buildings for the different record labels. We were able to stop at one point to take pictures. I would definitely recommend the tour. One of the perks is not having to stand in line to get our tickets for the Music Hall of Fame and Ryman. Because we are with the tour group our guide signs us in and we skip the line.
Just a side line: I called the Bus Lines to confirm our hotel pick up before we left and they didn't have us registered for the tour. I called the "800" number for Viator. A lovely young lady put me on hold and called the bus lines while I waited. She came back on and had straightened everything out. I appreciated that she did all that while I waited. I didn't have to wait for a call back. Viator is a great company to book tours with. I would suggest taking the Hop On Hop Off tour. For some reason I didn't book that this time and I think we missed out on some things that we would liked to have seen.
very fun! Tour guides were knowledgable and
friendly--Really made the trip special
Excellent guide! She really seemed to love her job and it showed! Gave us lots of information about Nashville and the history of the country music industry!
Well, I guess Nashville IS the country music capital of America, but for a non-country music fan like me, I was hoping to get more out of this tour about other aspects of Nashville in addition to the plethora of country music factoids and destinations. Enjoyable and informative nonetheless.
Our first time visiting Nashville. One of the smartest decision was to take the trolley before any other site seeing excursions. Trolley was conviently downtown near many of the attractions.
Interesting for the sheer number of hits and artists that have contributed to the success of Nashville.
worth ordering the discount pass with Viator, enjoyed the tours. A great place for country music, Nashville Music City.
The tour was very informative. gave us a complete overview of Nashville. Monty was our tour guide for the trip, and he was GREAT! very knowledgeable and funny. He kept the trip interesting and fun, answered all our questions. Thanks to him we were able to stop at a couple of "unscheduled" places. He timed our tour so we could hear the bell towers ring. My only semi-negative comment is that you don't really have enough time to tour the country music hall of fame (maybe if we had paced ourselves a bit more...)and you aren't allowed to return on the same ticket. Other than that it was a perfect tour. Highly recommended!
Great ,loved kaysie too, she was an interesting and informative guide
I showed up for my paid 2:30 tour only to find out that the tour was sold out and Viator did not send my reservation to the Trolley company. Luckily, we got on the next tour, but I don't think you should be able to "buy" tickets for a specific time when you aren't guaranteed a spot.
It was a great tour! The only problem I ran into is, the Trolley service did not know we were coming, so we did not get the time we booked for. But other than that great tour.