Sumner County and nearby Nashville are a playground for group tour enthusiasts. No matter where your travelers' interests lie, they will be intrigued by the many tour experiences available in Sumner County.
Reach for the Stars
On August 21, 2017, a rare total solar eclipse will fascinate viewers from Oregon to North Carolina. At the total eclipse event in Gallatin, travelers will see day turn into night for a full two minutes and 40 seconds.
Grand Ole Opry House Tour
A trip to Music City is not complete without a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House. On the tour, guests hear stories about the Opry and country music legends past and present. They also see photos from the Opry's biggest historic moments and experience the honor of walking through the musician's entrance.
Rock Castle Tour
At the Rock Castle, visitors experience the 18th-century world through the eyes of General Daniel Smith, surveyor, Revolutionary War hero, U.S. Senator, Native American negotiator and original owner and builder of his historic home, Historic Rock Castle.
Long Hollow Jamboree
The Long Hollow Jamboree began as a jam session at a neighborhood grocery store and is now one of the most popular old-time country music venues in the Nashville era. Your travelers will enjoy "old time" country music, dancing and Southern-style food.
The diverse nature of the area's tour offerings should delight your guests. Click here to learn more.
Written by Lisa Stickler, Groups Today magazine staff writer.
Photo courtesy of Chris Hollo.