Following are six tours to fill any downtime in this outstanding region.
Gray Line of Tennessee, Nashville
Gray Line of Tennessee offers several tours
that may be of interest to visiting groups,
including the All Things Chocolate tour.
“Guests will visit a chocolate factory
and see the makings and pairings of fine
chocolate and also experience a wine
tasting at a local winery before a fabulous
dinner complete with chocolate and wine,”
said Kelly Field, Gray Line of Tennessee’s
director of marketing.
Discover Nashville, Field added, is Gray
Line’s most popular sightseeing tour, with
stops that include the Tennessee State Capi-
tol and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
And the Music City Hop Tour is a down-
town tour via trolleys and open-air double
decker coaches that stops at Ryman Audi-
torium, the Country Music Hall of Fame
and Museum, and more.
Country Music Hall of Fame and
“No trip to the city is complete without a
visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and
Museum,” said Lisa Wilkerson, museum
sales coordinator. “Exhibits are constantly
changing, and galleries were created for
From the historic plantations and music scene in Nashville to the music and African-American heritage in Memphis, options abound for group tours that uncover the unique charms of Central
and West Tennessee’s group-friendly cities.
COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM By Carolyn Blackburn
BELLE MEADE PLANTATION MANSION
Discover the rich music and culture of Central and West Tennessee
with a diversity of group outings