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African Americans in Nashville

Take a journey through African American history in Nashville. From the early arrival of free persons of color in the city through Emancipation, to hard-fought battles for voting rights in the 1940s and 1950s, to the classic country music scene in Music City today, you'll learn about people who overcame...

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Ryman Auditorium

Ryman Auditorium is a premier performance venue in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, the signature pyramidal shape of The Mother Church has hosted some of the world’s best names in entertainment including Johnny Cash, Kenny Chesney, Chicago and many more. Ryman Auditorium Tour the “Carnegie Hall of the South” and...

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Nashville Half Day Tour

Nashville Private Tour: The customized tour of Nashville explores any interest that you choose including the top attractions, entertainment, restaurants and local nightlife in the Country Music Capital of the World. Nashville private tour This four hour Nashville private tour is customized and for those who want a longer more...

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Ultimate All Day Tour of Nashville

The ultimate Nashville private tour explores everything Nashville, from the top attractions and landmarks, to entertainment, restaurants, historical events and local nightlife in the Country Music Capital of the World. Nashville private tour The ultimate all day tour a comprehensive Nashville private tour that covers music, politics, civil rights, business...

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Woman’s Suffrage Movement

The Woman’s Suffrage Movement was a decades-long fight to win the right to vote for women in the United States. It took activists and reformers nearly 100 years to win that right, and the campaign was not easy. Learn from local historian; David Ewing about Nashville's role in the women's...

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Andrew Jackson and The Hermitage

Andrew Jackson and The Hermitage: Tour the home of our seventh President, Andrew Jackson, and his wife Rachel. The Hermitage is the former plantation that served as the White House in 1819 when Jackson was in Office. On your visit, you can see furniture used by Jackson, view his military...

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Country Music Hall of Fame

The museum features a multi-media display of historical performances, costumes, instruments, gold records, and memorabilia. Other highlights include a Cadillac that once belonged to Elvis, a massive 40-foot guitar, a tour bus, and a recording booth. Country Music Hall of Fame: The city of Nashville, Tennessee has produced over 800...

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