• Tour code: 7047RIDE
  • Location: Nashville, Tennessee
  • Duration: 20 minutes (approx.)
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Experience the sights and sounds of downtown Nashville on a guided, 20-minute, horse-drawn carriage ride. Enjoy the clip-clop-clip-clop as an eight-passenger, white-stretch carriage meanders along Lower Broadway, past the honky-tonk hotspots of Music City. See landmarks locations like the Tennessee State Capitol, Cumberland Park and the Country Music Hall of Fame, just to name a few. A great overview of Nashville for first-time visitors.


  • 20-minute downtown Nashville carriage ride
  • Travel along Lower Broadway in an 8-passenger horse-drawn carriage
  • See music venues and historical sites like Honky Tonk Central, Merchant’s Hotel and Tootsie's Orchid Lounge
  • Pass by the Tennessee State Capitol, Cumberland Park and Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Great way for first-time visitors to get an overview of the city's top attractions

What You Can Expect

Nashville Carriage Ride

City the Why we are called the Music City!

Climb on board this horse-drawn carriage at Broadway and 2nd Avenue in downtown Nashville for a 20-minute tour along Lower Broadway, best known for the many music and tourist-related businesses that highlight this area.

See Honky Tonk Central, a three-story bar featuring pub eats and live country music all day and Tootsie's World Famous Orchid Lounge, another well-known honky tonk watering hole. Pass by Merchant’s, a former hotel turned two-floor restaurant and Bailey’s, a sports bar and grille where Loretta Lynn was first discovered.

Also on this carriage tour, check out Music City Center, a venue providing the downtown area with 1.2 million square feet of meeting and exhibition space; the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, spanning the Cumberland River; Cumberland Park, an innovative “play space” along Nashville’s riverfront and the Tennessee State Capitol, a National Historic Landmark. 

Finally, see Acme Feed and Seed, a uniquely Nashville, multi-level eatery, bar, lounge and music venue; the iconic Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum; the War Memorial Auditorium, a 2,000-seat performance hall; and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, home to three resident performing arts organizations: the Nashville Ballet, the Nashville Opera and the Nashville Repertory Theatre.

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