About Soul of
Music City Night Tour
Hop aboard Old Town Trolley’s Night Tour of Nashville to explore the history of this famous music city. Tour begins at the Ole Smoky Distillery located at 423 6th Avenue S., Nashville, TN. Along the way, you’ll hear insider stories, interesting facts, and more from your talented guide. You must be at least 18 years old to join tour and 21+ years of age to drink alcoholic beverages. Tour duration is approximately 1 1/2 hours. Get an inside look at Nashville’s history, music scene, and more!
More Information on Soul of
Music City Night Tour
Unlike any other city in the world, music is deeply rooted in the heart and soul of Nashville. Hop on Old Town Trolley for a musical journey that you won’t forget. Our guides will share insider stories and intriguing facts about everything from Nashville’s honky tonks, rhythm & blues and rock heritage, to the many people, places and events that carved out Nashville’s iconic reputation as Music City U.S.A.
Experience Nashville After Dark! It’s an evening filled with music, history, fun, and a close-up view of some of the most legendary spots in Nashville, including Music Row, The Ryman Auditorium, Elliston Place’s “Rock Block” and the Rhythm & Blues heritage of Historic Jefferson Street in North Nashville, to name a few. On this approximately 1.5 hour tour, you’ll enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Nashville at night while touring historic neighborhoods, each with a connection to a distinct musical genre. From Hank to Hendrix, see where your favorite musicians honed their crafts while being dazzled by Music City at Night!
Good To Know
- Must be at least 18 to join tour.
- Must be 21+ to drink alcoholic beverages.
- Discounted parking after 4pm at 510 6th Ave S. for Trolley Tour clients. The downtown area has numerous parking opportunities in paid lots. There is no designated free parking to board the tour.
- Tour duration approximately 1.5 hours.
- Get an inside look at Nashville’s history, music scene, and more!
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