Nashville Music City Smart Phone Self-Guided Audio/App Walking Tour

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Nashville is a city of rich history where a lot of country music’s biggest stars got their start. You'll discover the best spots and historic sites from old Skull’s rainbow room in Printer’s Alley, the line dancing over at the Wild Horse to Johnny Cash’s history at the Ryman. This is a GPS Navigated, Self guided tour on an app. The experience is powered by your smartphone and it's created to be hands free. Go at your own pace and on your own schedule. It's perfect for those that do not like large group tours, want to go at their own pace or like exploring on their own. You'll be step by step navigated to the local sites, back alleys and country music locations you don't want to miss.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At:

Boot Country is a must for that hitting the country music scene in style. This establishment has more than 20,000 pairs of boots in stock. This is where the tours starts on the Honky Tonk Highway. We will only be outside the shop.

Duration: 3 minutes

Stop At: Wildhorse Saloon

The world-famous Wildhorse Saloon opened in 1994 in a converted warehouse. It captured the attention of people near and far when on June 3rd 1994, Reba McEntire herded a stampede of live cattle through the streets of Music City, down 2nd Avenue and right past the front doors of the Wildhorse Saloon. On the walk here you'll learn the history of the area and how it evolved.

Duration: 5 minutes

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We will walk up 2nd Avenue and hear the historic story of the area including the recent bombing.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Printer's Alley

This alley was once the home of locals print shops, then over the last century it's been the 'mens quarters', bars and music joints where everyone from Elvis, Bob Dylan, Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw all played or got their starts here.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Skull's Rainbow Room

Skull’s Rainbow Room, opened by David “Skull” Schulman in 1948, was one of the most notorious spots in the Alley, featuring acts such as Elvis Presley, Etta James, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan on its legendary checkerboard stage.

Pass By: Ryman Auditorium

The famous Ryman Auditorium, the home of the Grand Old Opry, the birthplace of bluegrass and so much more. You'll discover it's history.

Stop At:

Stop by the Legends Corner Mural, hear the story of why Taylor Swift is no longer on the mural, and discover who got their start here.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By:

The old Merchants is one of the best restaurants in Nashville today and it has a long storied history.

Pass By: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

You'll walk by the music hall of fame and get a chance to check out the walk of stars.

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You'll hear the story of how the symphony got it's start and see it's amazing fountain.

Pass By: The Johnny Cash Museum

Cash. Enough said. You'll hear his historic story. And our tour ends very close to where it began near the Honky Tonk Highway.
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