Sightseeing in Gallatin


$17 for Two to Visit The Johnny Cash Museum, Including The Legends of Sun Records (Up to $30 Value)

The Johnny Cash Museum

Nashville

New exhibit at acclaimed museum details the Man in Black’s connections to Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and the rest of the Sun Records roster

$30 $17

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Plantation Tour and Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Belle Meade Plantation (Up to 47% Off)

Belle Meade Plantation

Belle Meade

Tour of 1853 Greek Revival mansion’s rooms, plantation gardens, carriage house, and dairy with a free Tennessee wine tasting

$32 $18

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$39 for a Two-Hour Downtown Segway Tour for One from Segway of Nashville Tours ($75 Value)

Segway of Nashville Tours

Nashville

After training, guides lead helmeted drivers near landmarks such as Schermerhorn Symphony Center and Fort Nashborough

$75 $39

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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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$35 for a Music City Hop-on, Hop-Off Trolley Tour for Two from Gray Line of Tennessee (Up to $56 Value)

Gray Line of Tennessee

Riverfront Train Station

Board the trolley and stay on for a 1-hr tour of Nashville or Hop on/off and explore 11 stops showcasing the best Music City has to offer!

$56 $35

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One Photo Package with General Lee or $10 for $20 Worth of Merchandise at Cooter's Place

Cooter's Place

Nashville

At this Dukes of Hazzard museum, take photos with the Dodge Charger driven by Bo and Luke or purchase souvenirs like hats or beer cozies

$20 $10

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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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Tour for Two Adults, or Two Adults and Two Children at Historic Sam Davis Home & Plantation (Up to 50% Off)

Historic Sam Davis Home & Plantation

Metro Nashville

Visitors watch a film about Sam Davis's life, then explore the museum's galleries, Davis's home, and the plantation grounds

$20 $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

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

$60 $30

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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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Visit for Two Adults or Family of Four to Lotz House Museum (50% Off)

Lotz House Museum

Franklin

Relive the tribulations of the Lotz family in late November 1864, when they weathered the bloody battle of Franklin

$30 $15

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$30 for a Visit to The Carter House, Carnton Plantation, and Lotz House Museum ($40 Value)

The Battle of Franklin Trust

Multiple Locations

Visitors learn about the Civil War and the Battle of Franklin at three historical sites, including a museum with antiques and fine art

$40 $30

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Family Membership for Up to Eight or Admission for Two or Four to Historic Railpark & Train Museum (Up to 53% Off)

Historic Railpark & Train Museum

Bowling Green

Self-guided or guided tours take you through railroad history with stops at restored train cars, exhibits, and a model train set

$75 $35

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Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Short Mountain Distillery (Up to 52% Off)

Short Mountain Distillery

Woodbury

Distillery crafts authentic Tennessee moonshine with local ingredients; tour includes T-shirt or hat and shot glass

$66 $33

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Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Eight at Tenn South Distillery (Up to 56% Off)

Tenn South Distillery

Lynnville

After a 30- to 45-minute tour of this small-batch distillery, each guest takes home a shot glass

$20 $10

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$20 for a VIP Slash Pass and Paintball for One to Nashville Nightmare's My Bloody Nightmare ($30 Value)

Nashville Nightmare

Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance)

Slash Pass holders skip 90% of lines to access haunted attraction; during paintball shoot, players take aim at the Crystal Lake Killer Jason

$30 $20

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Adsmore House & Gardens (50% Off)

Adsmore House & Gardens

Princeton

Living history museum allows visitors to experience daily life in the early 1900s at a picturesque house and surrounding gardens

$14 $7

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All About Art is a family owned/operated Art Gallery and Custom Frame Shop. We have been in business for over 15 years, specializing in conservation framing and original art by local and International artists. Our experienced design staff will help you create a look for your piece that is not only timeless but affordable.

260 W Main St
Hendersonville,
TN
US

Fired Up fuels the flames of creativity with hundreds of unfinished pottery pieces, including plates, platters, bowls, and mugs. Amid its orange and yellow walls, the contemporary studio lets visitors choose whatever pieces they want and equips them with paints, brushes, stencils, and other design tools. After the decorating process, the studio clear-glazes and fires finished pieces, making them safe to use with real food or fake food during imaginary tea parties. Fired Up opens its doors for studio sessions, as well as for birthdays, field trips, and special events.

410 S Mt Juliet Rd, Ste 310
Mount Juliet,
TN
US

A log cabin sits huddled in the woods as breezes sway rolling grasses and flowerbeds across the 1,120 acres that surround it. A Federal-style mansion stands tall against the sky, its columns flanking a towering front door and presidential balcony. Carrying on a 200-year tradition, The Hermitage tells the story of the presidential family, its plantation's slave population, and the atmosphere of the time through 32 historic buildings and more than a dozen archaeological sites.

The mansion and visitor center boast 3,000 original objects and 800,000 archaeological artifacts on display, as well as 1,200 printed items, 3,000 photographs, and 800 manuscripts bearing the president's original handwriting and cappuccino stains. The mansion's Greek-revival woodwork and mantels frame original wallpaper, and glass cases hold Andrew Jackson's authentic glasses, slippers, top hats, swords, and canes. Inside the visitor center, the Jacksons' actual private carriage guards a hallway leading to collections of artifacts from the plantation's slave families and communities. Most items in the collections were purchased directly from the Jackson family, though many artifacts were uncovered in the late 1800s by the historic Ladies' Hermitage Association when they broke ground for a new Olympic-sized swimming pool.

On the outdoor grounds, trained guides usher visitors to the first Hermitage, a log cabin where the Jackson family lived while the mansion was being built, and Alfred's Cabin, the preserved 1840s quarters of the former groundskeeper. In the garden, winding trails take visitors past period plants and the Grecian-style tombs of Andrew and Rachel Jackson. The rest of The Hermitage's grounds contain a network of winding walking trails, as well as grassy areas and cabins where museum staffers host events, weddings, and birthday parties. Across the grounds, interpreters in authentic period dress direct visitors to the sites of historic events and often train grade-school students to do the same through the center's special school programs.

4580 Rachels Lane
Nashville,
TN
US

When visitors walk between the 1853 Greek-revival mansion’s six solid-cut stone pillars, onto the portico, and through the heavy wood door, they might tour the rooms or learn to cook in its original kitchen. Originally founded by John Harding in 1807 for thoroughbred-horse breeding, the rolling grounds of Belle Meade Plantation now welcome seasonal tours and events ranging from book signings to art shows. Knowledgeable guides in period costumes lead tour groups through the building’s parlors and bedrooms and down a long central hallway to ascend the three floors via a circular cherry-wood staircase.

As groups wander the mansion and cross the grounds, guides divulge facts about famous visitors, such as President Cleveland and General Ulysses S. Grant, including the fact that they probably got scared of the dark just like normal people. During special tours, the staff demonstrates Southern cooking techniques and walks visitors through an herb garden or serves them lemonade or hot wassail with desserts. In an on-grounds winery, winemakers hold tastings of red and white varietals made from Tennessee grapes. Visitors can also clink wineglasses over Southern-style cuisine at the Harding House restaurant, located on the plantation grounds.

5025 Harding Pike
Nashville,
TN
US

Operated by the nonprofit Country Music Foundation, this monument to the genre’s local and international history honors inductees—including the inaugural trio of Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Williams and Fred Rose—with bronze plaques in a vast rotunda. The core permanent exhibit, Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music, traces country from its pre-commercial roots in the 19th century to its current place in the entertainment industry with hallmarks such as photos, original recordings, and 10-gallon hats still filled with whiskey. On the packed event calendar, a quarterly Poets and Prophets series honors legendary songwriters, and weekly instrument demonstrations reveal artists' deft finger work. At the onsite Frist Library and Archive, patrons can explore more than four decades of historical media, from fan-club newsletters to Johnny Cash's amateur photographs of dogs dressed in striped prison jumpsuits.

222 5th Ave S
Nashville,
TN
US

Founded as the Union Gospel Tabernacle by steamboat captain Thomas Ryman after an angel got trapped in his smokestack, the Ryman Auditorium has since become a different kind of hallowed ground, lovingly referred to as the "mother church of country music." The Grand Ole Opry and The Johnny Cash Show have both taken residence among its wooden pews, and the twanged voices of country legends such as Hank Williams and Patsy Cline have reverberated off the stenciled artwork on the face of the balcony. Today, the venue plays host to a variety of acts, from rock concerts to television specials to comedy shows.

116 5th Ave
Nashville,
TN
US