Tours in Fort Campbell North


Daytime BYOB Nashville Bus Tour for One or Two from Nashville Double Decker (Up to 50% Off)

Nashville Double Decker

Bridgestone Arena

A double-decker bus from England gives guests 360-degree views of Nashville on a BYOB tour of Music City

$22 $12

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Sightseeing or Brewery Tour or Bar-Golf Party for Four from Joyride Nashville (Up to 64% Off)

Joyride Nashville

Nashville

Hop aboard an open-air or private golf cart and explore the city’s sites, breweries, or bars

$180 $69

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Music City Rollin' Jamboree Tour for Two, Four, or Six (Up to 49% Off)

The Music City Rollin' Jamboree

Nashville

Tourists BYOB and sing along to country tunes as comedians steer a fun bus tour of downtown and Music Row’s biggest sights

$65 $39

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Walking Adventure for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Nashville

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures - Nashville

Nashville

Visit 10-12 checkpoints throughout the city to answer trivia questions, take selfies of fun tasks, and score points to top the competition

$40 $20

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Choice of Walking Tour for One or Two from Franklin on Foot (Up to 42% Off)

Franklin On Foot

Historic Franklin

Discover and learn the city’s dark secrets of murder and mayhem, the old haunts of the departed or take a daytime tour of Franklin history

$18 $11

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One-Hour Guided Segway Tours for One, Two, or Four from Franklin Segway Tours and Rentals (Up to 50% Off)

Franklin Segway Tours and Rentals

Franklin Segway Tours and Rentals

Guided tours through the historical part of downtown, Civil War battlefields, and scenic trails

$60 $30

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Sitting in a Waco N369AS with an open cockpit, aviators take in panoramic views at up to 2,000 feet during flights with Music City Biplane Tours. From John C. Tune Airport in West Nashville, passengers embark on one of five set tours or create their own jaunt around Nashville airspace, with each excursion including 15 minutes of flight time. The roar of a 300 hp radial engine rips through air while the wind whips past eyes of eager, aerial sightseers. Self-style a flight that glides over Nashville's country music-history, scenic riverbanks, and views of Dolly Parton's biodome. Other tours include a Romantic Sunset tour and the Cumberland River tour.
110 Tune Airport Drive
Nashville,
TN
US
You could pour through guidebooks and reviews about hotspots in Nashville. Or you could experience them yourself inside an open-air shuttle courtesy of Joyride Nashville. That's because the touring company whisks visitors throughout the Country Music capitol, including downtown, midtown, and Germantown. Along the way, the shuttles amble past sites including Music City Center, Werthan Mills, Titan's Stadium, and downtown honky tonks. During the tour, guides divulge insider info about sites, local residents, and where banjos hang out on their nights off.
507 2nd Avenue South
Nashville,
TN
US
Being branded ?Roseanne Barr meets Jack Black? might be considered a slight to some, but Hick Chick Tours? guide Christy Eidson wears it as a badge of honor. The standup comedienne keeps her pub crawls, brewery tours, and bus tours light and irreverent with tongue-in-cheek asides. But since she?s a Tennessee native, there?s are also plenty of interesting historical information woven into her sassy narratives.
PO Box 330764
Nashville,
TN
US
Your Groupon grants you aerial access to a Cessna 172 ($49–$50 per half hour, depending on location). As you hop into the cockpit, study the navigational dials and instruments. Firmly grip the yoke. Then see how many witty quips you can squeeze in over the intercom before it's time to fly. Each lesson is copiloted by one of Givens' expert instructors ($20 per half hour). Having logged countless flight hours, your copilot will keep your confidence and nose up as you take in the basics. Though it may be difficult to resist showing off for friends, save the barrel rolling for professional stunt pilots and Donkey Kong.
300 Memorial Field Dr
Hopkinsville,
KY
US
Tell us about your business. Christian Way Farm was established to provide a family friendly place to enjoy the experience of a farm and a visit to the country. From picnics to a relaxing afternoon on the front porch of the barn, feeding animals, playing in a corn truck, or now playing through a farm-themed miniature golf course, the farm is intended to be a place to enjoy the outdoors, participate in farm activities and feel the goodness of God?in all that He has created for us to enjoy. What makes your business stand out? The farm is gorgeous and has been maintained to keep the natural look. The store is in a barn. The tractors are older. Visitors can touch the animals. They can use the antique equipment. The setting is authentic farm but maintained to accommodate the public. What inspired you to start this business? In 1999, Milt was managing a large orchard and we decided he should quit his job there to move our family to Hopkinsville and build a house on the exact location of his grandfather's home on the family farm. Our goal was to begin with a pumpkin patch, but at the time that's all we knew. In the years since our first crop of pumpkins, we have built our business with the idea that planting seeds is important. We knew that we were going to invite people to the farm and without "preaching" to share the love of Christ with everyone who comes here. We wanted an agri-tourism experience that made a safe fun place for families to come, but we wanted that atmosphere to be one that means our customers walk away knowing they have been cared for in the best possible way. Planting a seed?that will bring a harvest of good experiences. What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer? On a regular basis we hear, "Can we just move here? Can we just live with you all here?" And on a temporary basis, some move in with us for a while. We often hear from soldiers who said, "I can just really decompress here," and from families where a spouse is about to deploy, "We just wanted to enjoy a good family day together before he leaves." What?s your favorite part about your job? All of it. Living on the farm, raising [our] family while doing this, and meeting thousands of people. Business Basics Established: 2000 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Reservations/Appointments: Not necessary Most popular offering: Miniature golf, feeding farm animals, and pumpkin patch Pro Tip: We are located in the country so allow time to travel to here and allow plenty of time to visit.
19590 Linville Rd
Hopkinsville,
KY
US
Grinder's Switch Winery sits atop a 110-acre estate flourishing with vineyards that produce a variety of palate-pleasing wines. Inside a hand-built log cabin set against a backdrop of efflorescent countryside, Grinder's tasting room welcomes sophisticated sippers to sample such wizened grape juices as the 2009 Pearl—a sweet wine derived from niagara grapes ($10.93)—and the Blondy ($12.75), which boasts aromatic scents of apricot and peach. Swirling fragrances of golden apple tickle the noses of Honeysuckle Rose ($13.67) drinkers, while the lightly-oaked 2009 chardonnay ($13.67) proffers a finish as crisp as dollar bills made out of Granny Smith apples.
2119 Highway 50 West Loop
Centerville,
TN
US
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