Making Historical Trips and Tours Unforgettable!

National Museum of African American Music

Tour the newly opened National Museum of African American Music and hear the stories about the African American music scene in North Nashville, learn about famous performances and the story of the famous Fisk Jubilee Singers who helped give Nashville the name Music City.

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Politicians and Scandals in Nashville

Learn about how scandal where a Governor was removed from office secretly and later went to jail. Also hear how Governor Patterson, Senator Carmack, Mayor Howse, Andrew Jackson and Mayor Bill Boner were all rocked by scandal and how this impacted local politics.

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Nashville Tragedies

Learn the story of Nashville’s worst floods, fires, tornados, the Christmas day bombing, train crashes and when the city’s reservoir burst and how Nashville responded to each one of these events. it impacted Nashville.

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History of Healthcare, Doctors, Hospital and Medical Schools in Nashville

Learn about Nashville’s famous medical school including Meharry Medical College where up to the 70’s half of the African American doctors in America were educated, the for profit health care industry, famous Nashville doctors and education. Hear about the hospital and the other medical schools located in Nashville and how Nashville became the health care capitol...

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The Essential Nashville Tour

The Best Nashville tour explores the top attractions, entertainment, restaurants and local nightlife in the Country Music Capital of the World. The best Nashville tour is a general tour that covers music, politics, Civil Rights, business and woman’s suffrage. This private tour of Nashville can be customized to highlight areas...

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Nashville Most Famous Inventions

Learn the story behind Maxwell House Coffee, Cotton Candy, Self-Rising Flour, Lay’s Potato Chips and Goo Goo Clusters all invented in Nashville and how they made millions for their inventors.

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Tennessee State Capitol

Tour the second oldest Capitol building in use where Governors work, Presidents have spoken, the 19th Amendment passed giving 27 million women the right to vote and Scopes Monkey law passed, Elvis and other celebrities have appeared and where its architect and President James K. Polk is buried. See the interesting architectural Greek...

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Tennessee Centennial Exposition 1897

Tennessee’s famous World’s Fair where the Parthenon debuted and attracted 1.8 million visitors in six months including President Williams McKinley, Susan B. Anthony and Booker T. Washington. No single event has changed Nashville or Tennessee like this Exposition. Tour Centennial Park and see the Parthenon which was at first built...

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Nashville Rivals

How these rivals through fierce completion of industry businesses made Nashville better for everyone. Banner and Tennessean newspapers. Life & Casualty and National Life Insurance, Ryman Boat Line and Railroads, Harvey’s, Cain-Sloan and Castner Knott Department stores. First American, Third National and Commerce Union Bank.

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Three Stars – Presidents Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk and Andrew Johnson

A Private Nashville Tour about the lives of the three famous Tennessee Presidents’ lives and time in Nashville and in the White House including accomplishments, scandal, family and death.

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