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We very much enjoyed the sightseeing tour of Nashville. So many fun things to see and the trolleu tour guide did an excellent job. Thanks.
just the trip to the Country Hall Museum pays for the pass what a place will deffo return
We took 2 tours both tour guides were by far the best we have ever had on any tour anywhere. The walking tour was very informative our tour guide was from a long time family of Nashville and knew a lot about the stars and the history of the city. The people of Nashville were great and even got involved with he tour interacted with our tour guide and us. I could not have asked for a better tour.
The trolley tour was the same, the guide knew a lot about the city and its history. He also knew all about the stars of the city. The Day Pass worked great for us and we got a lot of value for our money.
I was so pleased that I booked the all day pass and each aspect was worth it. The walking tour was entertaining and informative due to the enthusiastic tour guide- Jill. The Ryman is a magical place- don't miss this! The bus tour gave me a perspective of places slightly too far to walk - like Music Row. Give yourself enough time for the Country Music Hall of Fame- you could spend at least half a day there alone. Each aspect of the Pass built upon my knowledge of the city and made my trip so much more fun. Nashville is friendly and the guides are local residents who genuinely enjoy their role in welcoming visitors. I have already recommended this package to friends. I traveled alone, too, and having a plan helped me use my time wisely.
The walking tour and the Country Music Hall of Fame were great. The "Trolley" tour was not as good. We had to take a minivan, because they told us the air conditioning was out on the trolley. We heard them telling people the same story the next day. We were disappointed that there wasn't a way to take pictures during the "trolley" tour.