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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour

Highlights
  • Nashville hop-on hop-off trolley pass allows you to plan your own itinerary
  • Live commentary from a guide helps you learn about Nashville 
  • 15 stops near top attractions with trolleys coming about every 20 minutes
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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
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Nashville Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour
US$38.18
Overview

Save yourself time and money getting around Nashville via this hop-on hop-off trolley tour. The tour allows you to plan your own itinerary and move through the city at your own pace, with the added benefit of live commentary on famous Nashville sights. With 15 stops and trolleys coming about every 20 minutes, it’s a convenient and affordable way to see the best of Nashville.

What to Expect

For this Nashville hop-on hop-off trolley tour, you can begin at any of the 15 stops across the city. Trolleys run from the morning until late afternoon, and they come about every 20 minutes, so you never wait too long for a ride.

During the day, you can hop off and on at any of the stops, depending on the itinerary you’ve planned of yourself. Spend as much time as you like in a certain area. Stops include the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium, Belmont Mansion, and The Frist Center.

When you’re riding, take in great views from the side windows, and listen to your guide tell stories about Nashville.

Your trolley tour ends at the time you choose (within operating hours) at the place you pick.

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1 - 5 of 364 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great!

Dunkin was a great tour guide. Very informative of all of Nashville, not just the rich history of music (which he did a fine job with too). We hopped off once and never got back on as the tour is long (1.5+/- hours) and we...More

1  Thank WooHooWineWoman
Reviewed 4 days ago
Hard time getting back on the tour

They tell you you have the opportunity to get off and get back on but that is not the case. We got off to visit the America pickers store and had spent over an hour there because we could not get back on the bus...More

4  Thank Cayley P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Easy to get off, Very hard to get back on

Took a ride last week, we got off at Centennial Park. We waited for 2 trolleys, couldn't get on either because no one got off. We waited for another 20 minutes with no trolley. We had a group of 5 and there were at least...More

3  Thank Anthony K
Reviewed 1 week ago
Old Town Always a Good Idea

Whenever I'm in a city I've never been to or haven't been to in a while, they are my go to. I try to get a 2 day pass if time allows. I take almost a complete loop without getting off, usually about 1- 1.5...More

Thank MovingAround
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Just okay

We have done the hop on trolleys in other big cities and Nashville's is our least favorite. We had 4 different guides and none were that great. They were unenthusiastic, not very funny, and worst was one that spoke so fast you couldn't understand him....More

Thank knightret
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lfdntn2014
14 August 2018|
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Response from mcbryarnash | Reviewed this property |
There are restrooms along the route. Once you get off a trolley it will continue on. There are a multiple of trolleys that go around on a continuous loop. The whole purpose is for people to get on and off but you do not have... More
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rdclemen
1 August 2018|
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Response from Cricket47 | Reviewed this property |
I would check their website. A list of all stops is shown on their map. We took it twice around because there are so many cool stops.
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rdclemen
1 August 2018|
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Response from John M | Reviewed this property |
Yes. It stops at the Country Music Hall of Fame diagonally opposite from the Bridgestone. Stop 6 perhaps. You can start at any point on the route, get off where you wish.
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