Bold Women of Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

NASHVILLE WOMEN OF CHANGE WomenOn the Move

Discover the stories of the Bold Women of Nashville
  • Information
  • Tour Plan
  • Gallery
  • Reviews
  • Similar Tours
This tour hits all the famous spots, offering off-the-beaten-track trivia, and coverage of politics, explores the interesting lives and contributions of these bold women.

What's included

Destination
Nashville History Discover Nashville History
Departure Location
217B 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Personal expenses

Tour explores the interesting lives and contributions of First Lady Sarah Polk (wife of President James K. Polk), Suffragist Anne Dallas Dudley, Charlotte Robertson wife of Nashville founder)  Patsy Cline (singer and member of the Grand Ole Opry), Bettie Page (Pinup model and actress from Nashville) longtime Ryman Manager Lula Naff (Manager of the Ryman who booked some of the most famous acts in history and once mortgaged her house to bring Caruso to Nashville) and Civil Rights Leader Diane Nash (Fisk student who confronted the Nashville Mayor in 1960 on why he had not integrated the lunch counters.) Many other women including current women leaders in Nashville’s business, banking, law, politics and non profit work are included in this tour.

 

  • Tour 3 - Bold Women
Tour 3 - Bold Women

Nashville's Women of Change

Tour explores the interesting lives and contributions of First Lady Sarah Polk (wife of President James K. Polk), Suffragist Anne Dallas Dudley, Charlotte Robertson wife of Nashville founder)  Patsy Cline (singer and member of the Grand Ole Opry), Bettie Page (Pinup model and actress from Nashville) longtime Ryman Manager Lula Naff (Manager of the Ryman who booked some of the most famous acts in history and once mortgaged her house to bring Caruso to Nashville) and Civil Rights Leader Diane Nash (Fisk student who confronted the Nashville Mayor in 1960 on why he had not integrated the lunch counters.) Many other women including current women leaders in Nashville’s business, banking, law, politics and non profit work are included in this tour.

This tour hits all the famous spots, offering off-the-beaten-track trivia, and coverage of politics, explores the interesting lives and contributions of these bold women.

There are no comments yet.

Write your Review

Your email address will not be published.

Close

Bold Women of Nashville

Duration
2 HOURS
Destination
Nashville History

    Fill out the form to book the Tour. Required fields are marked *