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This tour is part of our new Active Lifestyle Tour Series – Specifically Designed for the Active Traveler


Day 1 | January 1 | Marshall, MN to Nashville, TN

Your trip begins with a flight out of Minneapolis today, arriving mid-afternoon so you have plenty of time to explore the beautiful
Opryland Hotel. Complete with 9 acres of lush indoor gardens and cascading waterfalls, it is a perfect setting for kicking off the new
year! Evening Accommodations at Opryland Hotel * Dinner Included

Day 2 | January 2 | Nashville, TN

Today your touring includes the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. One of the largest museums in the world dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of music, it has amassed one of the world’s most extensive music collections. Then you are off to Studio B, the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis, Dolly Parton, Eddy Arnold and the Everly Brothers. No trip to Nashville is complete without a tour of the Johnny Cash Museum, featuring the largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Your last tour of the day is the Patsy Cline Museum where you will see hundreds of never before seen artifacts, personal belongings, videos and more. Your day concludes with a dinner and show at Nashville Night Life. Voted as the #1 show in Nashville, with a wide variety of music being performed from the 1950’s through today’s top hits. Evening Accommodations at Opryland Hotel * Dinner Included

Day 3 | January 3 | Nashville, TN

Enjoy a leisurely morning at Opry Mills, Tennessee’s largest outlet and retail destination followed by a tour of Madame Tussaud. You’ll find over 50 wax figures displayed and arranged so you can have some fun pictures taken with the likes of Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Minnie Pearl or Elvis Presley. No one will ever know they are wax! This evening put your dancing shoes on because it is dinner and dancing at the Wildhorse Saloon. At the Wildhorse they say forget the world outside and get lost … in the music, on the dance floor, or in the taste of award-winning BBQ! Evening Accommodations at Opryland Hotel * Dinner Included

Day 4 | January 4 | Nashville, TN

See the highlights of the City of Music with a guided tour of Nashville. Included is a guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium, original home to the Grand Ole Opry. Known as the Mother Church of Country Music, it is one of American music’s most treasured landmarks. Your afternoon is free to enjoy Nashville at your leisure. Your Tour Director will be happy to assist with any activities or tours you may want to schedule. Your final evening in Nashville is dinner at the new Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Restaurant followed by a show at the iconic Grand Ole Opry! Evening Accommodations at Opryland Hotel * Dinner Included

Day 5 | January 5 | Home

You’ll have a leisurely morning to enjoy Nashville on your own prior to your mid-afternoon flight back to Minneapolis.


Mode of Travel   

Pricing Per Person Cash Or Check

  • $1,670 – Dble
  • $1,595 – Triple
  • $1,550 – Quad
  • $1,975 – Single

Pricing Per Person Credit Card

  • $1,720 – Dble
  • $1,645 – Triple
  • $1,595 – Quad
  • $2,035 – Single

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Itinerary, Pricing and Availability are subject to change without notice. Tours are subject to energy surcharges and other factors beyond our control.

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In 2018, residents from MN, MT, ME and MO will need to have either a Real ID or Passport to fly. Standard Drivers Licenses and other forms of identification will not be accepted. If you have questions, please contact our office directly.

Tour Highlights

  • Studio B
  • Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Johnny Cash Museum
  • Patsy Cline Museum
  • Nashville Night Life Show
  • Madam Tussaud
  • Wildhorse Saloon
  • Tour of Nashville
  • Ryman Auditorium Tour
  • Grand Ole Opry Performance
  • Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Restaurant
  • 4 Dinners
Hosted by Southwest Tour and Travel Tour Director Activity Level: Moderate. Guests should be prepared to walk slightly longer distances, climb stairs and tolerate periods of standing, for example on city walks, sightseeing, or ship excursions. The daily pace and timing can fluctuate significantly between longer and shorter travel days, with additional activities possibly occurring in the early morning or evening.