Tours in Shelbyville

Up to 52% Off Overnight Casino Trip 

Multiple Locations

$796 $379

Overnight stay at Resorts International Hotel and Casino with $30 in coin play for use at three casinos, plus buffet meals and pool time

Music City Rollin' Jamboree Tour – Up to 49% Off

Nashville

$65 $39

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

Up to 62% Off Comedy Bus Tour

Dick's Last Resort

$70 $31

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A standup comedian injects her signature sense of humor into bus tours of Nashville

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Downtown Nashville

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Nashville's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Up to 53% Off Downtown Home Tour

Downtown Nashville

$10 $5

Self-guided tour of Nashville’s chic, uniquely designed living spaces includes stops at private residences, homes for sale, and model units

Up to 51% Off Double-Decker Bus Tours

Multiple Locations

$40 $22

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A double-decker bus from England gives guests 360-degree views of Nashville or Chattanooga thanks to its open top

Up to 50% Off from Cumberland River Cruises

Lebanon

$20 $12

Every Thursday through Sunday or by appointment an experienced guide leads groups on tours, such as the daytime nature cruise or sunset tour

Up to 50% Off Creamery Tour of Belle Chevre

Elkmont

$18.99 $10

Folks get a behind the scene look at how goat cheese is made at creamery housed in an old town cotton warehouse

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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

As a Sugar Creek Carriages horse, Flint attends so many weddings he might as well be standing on a cake. The charming percheron draft horse sports a fair complexion and snowy mane that match traditionally white wedding dresses and the wedding carriages he often tows. He is one of 10 well-groomed, mannerly horses and ponies that provide the horsepower for an array of stylish buggies. Additionally, the animals make appearances at festivals, reenactments, and kids' pony parties. Sugar Creek Carriages also networks with the entertainment industry, a connection that recently led pop singer Justin Bieber to rent a carriage while he was in Nashville and his unicorn-drawn chariot was in the shop.

208 Broadway
Nashville,
TN
US

In the deep, dark heart of Chapel Hill Haunted Woods, a specter searches for the head he lost many years ago. This unnamed and hatless figure commands a phalanx of frightful creatures, all of whom await to spook daring visitors every Saturday in October. A chorus of screams emitted from the treetops assures guests they've arrived at the right spot. Once on the path, they'll have to navigate the terrifying trails if they hope to make it out alive, calling upon every ounce of bravery as they snake past a pit of snakes and cross a slender wooden bridge that conceals unspeakable horrors. All proceeds from the frightful enterprise benefit the Young Farmers and Ranchers program, which funds scholarships and targets childhood hunger in the area.

2830 Ezell Rd
Chapel Hill,
Tennessee
US

Obscured by the jagged branches of towering trees, the pale moonlight scarcely illuminates the night. Through the darkness, the sound of snapping twigs and rustling leaves sends a clear message: you are not alone. This is the spine-tingling setting waiting to welcome brazen guests as they embark upon their journey through the Haunted Woods in Howell. The one-hour odyssey is interrupted by spine-tingling scenes, including an encounter with the headless horseman, an exorcism, and at least one terrifying tête-à-tête with a high-school gym teacher. More than 70 live actors ensure a night of novel scares, and all funds raised will benefit the Hazel Green High School baseball and theatre programs.

17 Sawyer Rd
Fayetteville,
Tennessee
US

Bob Grimes, the founder of Ace High Ballooning, took his first balloon voyage 40 years ago and has been a commercially licensed balloon pilot for more than 36 years. In 1983, he embarked on an 18-month balloon tour as part of the Buick Olympic Balloon Program, a trip that culminated at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. Nowadays, he still floats off on adventures, but on a smaller scale. He and his team of FAA-certified pilots helm chartered hot air balloon trips over the Nashville area, which showcase bird's eye views of Southern scenery, and commemorate the trips with an optional champagne toast.

1849 Bethbirei Rd
Lewisburg,
TN
US

Tom Brown's first wine didn't quite make it into a barrel. Instead, it aged inside a pickle crock in his mother's kitchen, finally flowing forth in the year 1976. Today, Tom heads up a slightly more sophisticated operation as owner of Beans Creek Winery. Sourcing grapes from eight Tennessee counties, Tom and his team of vintners have created 31 wines, including dry reds, sweet and spicy muscats, and three types of sparkling wine. His concoctions have earned 38 medals in the Indy International Wine Competition, where they were also chosen Best of Class three times.

426 Ragsdale Rd
Manchester,
TN
US