On March 16, 1973, the Grand Ole Opry moved from the Ryman Auditorium to the new Grand Ole House. Join us for two nights at the Gaylord Opryland and a special performance of the Opry. We will also tour the Ryman Auditorium and add any other attractions you desire or events as they develop.
Celebrate the art and heritage of quilting at one of America’s Largest Quilting Shows, it’s now in its 30th year. Our great Quilting Event Tour will have your group in stitches with all the Comedy, Music and Good-Time Fun we have packaged.
Two of America’s greatest tourist destinations combined in a wonderful new tour. You start in the Smoky Mountains, climbing through those high up hills and watching those great music shows, then you travel to the coast and enjoy the beach and the boardwalk and a few more of those great music shows.
This tour is pure fun! Come enjoy all the flavors of the Smokies. Whether is sippin’ moonshine, down home comedy, or just enjoying the mountain views, this trip is a hoot! Featuring five live shows and the NEW Redneck Bus Tour. Be ready to laugh and kickback on this one-of-a-kind tour.
Combining Tennessee’s biggest Holiday Events – featuring luxury lodging at both The Guest House at Graceland & Gaylord Opryland Resort. This is a very special Holiday event with extremely limited space. Call now and confirm one of our two available packages.
Bring your group to the DreamMore Resort, by Dolly Parton nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains and enjoy four star luxury with special hotel guest privileges. From the Grand Rocking Chair Porch, to the evergreen slopes of the Smokies, come hear the music, share the warmth and legacy of Dolly.
From a Holiday-themed dinner to performances featuring your favorite Christmas Hits, there’s many way to have a Holly Jolly time in the Smokies. This two-night getaway is an economical package that you develop into an annual part of your tour program.
American Music beats in the history of Tennessee. It started on the porches of Smoky Mountain farmers and sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta south of Memphis. It was first recorded in Bristol, evolved through the decades moving to Studios in both Nashville and Memphis, and from the stages of Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry House. The Tennessee Music Pathway is lined by Music History.
From the Birthplace of Country Music and the first recordings in 1927 to the modern era of I-Pods and Satellite Broadcasts, you’ll explore the recording of music. From the simple Joys of singing on the porch to the electrifying sounds that rocked the world. This tour is about the music of America and the Recording Studios that produced it.
The heart and soul of American Music beats in the history of Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans. These are the towns where the inspiration for our uniquely American Music styles were born and where they grew to maturity. On this three city tour you’ll hear Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Rock n’ Roll, Soul, Dixieland Jazz, and Cajun. Why, you’ll even have the chance to write and perform a song of your own.