- A 6.5-hour historic tour of Tennessee, from Nashville
- Visit the Queen of the Tennessee Plantations, Belle Meade Plantation
- See the stately manor of Andrew Jackson - The Hermitage
- Stop for lunch at historic Hermitage Smorgasbord (own expense)
- Enjoy wine tasting at Belle Meade
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Very historic and great learning experience.
This is an amazing tour, a must see!
Outstanding! My 28 year old daughter and I had a mother/daughter long escape weekend to Nashville. Out of all of the activities there, we enjoyed this the most. Fabulous historic tour and guides and overall a wonderful day. Do not pass this up!!!
Tour was really good. It was a great way to see the Hermitage and Belle Meade Plantation. Lunch was delicious. I would have like to spend more time at the Hermitage so maybe lunch could be moved to 12pm instead of 11:30am.
Even though it was a light rainy day we enjoyed the tour. Very informative and enjoyable. Bus driver kept us entertained.
If you have a day to spend immersed in Nashville history, this is the tour for you. We were picked up from the Gaylord Opryland hotel, but the bus does pick up at some other hotels. The first stop was Jackson's plantation and slave cabins, which were remarkably preserved. Then it was lunch at a 70's-style buffet restaurant which did not serve the best food, but it was fast and cheap. Next, we toured the Belle Meade Plantation and it was very beautiful with many elaborate furnishings. It also had slave cabins, which were worth taking the time to tour and read the history plaques. Also, there is a winery at the Belle Meade, which you had the option to go to and do some wine tasting. We bought some wine to have shipped back to our house. Of course, at both plantation sites there was a gift shop. I highly recommend this tour for history buffs!
From pick up to drop off our tour was excellent. Tour guides were very knowledgeable .
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Wonderful tour !
It was a great tour. Definitely do this one if you can. I would have liked to spend more time ar Belle Meade. It seemed too short. The history of it all was excellent.