Grand Ole Opry shows are performed every weekend and on Tuesdays March – December. Since 1925, country’s best have mesmerized audiences at the Opry, the show that made country music famous. While performances from both legendary entertainers and the latest country music acts are the norm, when you go to the Opry, you’ll also enjoy bluegrass bands, comedy, and more.

The list of current Grand Ole Opry members includes such stars as Loretta Lynn, Brad Paisley, Connie Smith, and Carrie Underwood, all of whom return regularly to sing on the same spot— a round, 6-foot piece of oak wood at center stage. Cut from Ryman Auditorium’s stage (the show’s home 1943-74), the circle pays tribute to the country icons– Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, and Roy Acuff among them– who have entertained millions of fans from that very spot.

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Guided tours of the Grand Ole Opry House offer visitors an up-close look at the celebrated 4,400 seat venue and country’s most famous show, including themed dressing rooms, the artist entrance, the Opry stage, and more. Tours are offered daily.

More information:
Tours available February through October
Tours begin from The Opry Shop in the Grand Ole Opry House



Enjoy the Grand Ole Opry experience anytime with a stop at The Opry Shop, located within the Grand Ole Opry House. It’s the place for great Opry gifts and collectibles for all ages. Open seven days a week.

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The Wildhorse Saloon began with a stampede through the streets of Music City when a herd of cattle paraded down Second Avenue and past the front doors of the newly opened club. Since then, the Wildhorse has continued to capture the interest of visitors with its unique attractions and one-of-a-kind capabilities.

The Wildhorse is Nashville’s premiere music nightlife and dining. Annually, thousands of fans stampede to the Wildhorse for a great barbecue meal, catch the hottest concerts, and learn the newest dance steps.

The Wildhorse has been rewarded with recognition from the Academy of Country Music (ACM), Nashville Scene, Country Music Association (CMA) and Standing Room Only (SRO). The restaurant has earned equal awards for its barbecue sauce, ribs, pulled pork, and brisket in regional and national barbecue competitions.

The Wildhorse opens daily at 11 am, serves a full menu until midnight, and offers live entertainment nightly. Visit for this month’s line up.

More information:
(615) 902-8200



The General Jackson is a grand 300-foot paddlewheel riverboat with four massive decks. You’ll enjoy a wide variety of entertainment including a fun-filled lunch cruise that features the country music and comedy of Tim Watson. A delicious southern buffet is served on this 2 1/2 hour river cruise. Perfect for the entire family!

Elegant evening cruises can include a three-course dinner and fantastic musical production. From rock ‘n’ roll to country, you’ll hear a wide variety of music performed by some of the best singers in Music City.

Various price levels offer something to fit everyone’s budget. Don’t miss this unique entertainment experience!

Tickets & Information: General Jackson: (615) 458-3900 or visit their website.



Gaylord Springs Golf Links, carved from the banks of the Cumberland River, has earned its place among the nation’s best golf courses. Designed by former U.S. Open and PGA champion Larry Nelson, this Scottish links-style, par 72 layout offers 18 challenging holes bordered by limestone bluffs.

Gaylord Springs has won many awards including “Best Places to Play” by Golf Digest Magazine.

The Golf Institute at Gaylord Springs Golf Links offers private lessons, custom club fitting and on-site club repair.

Tee Times & Information: (615) 458-1730 or 866-51-LINKS

Visit the Gaylord Springs Website.