Tours in Tullahoma

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

Franklin On Foot

Franklin

Discover the old haunts of departed socialites, spies, and Confederate soldiers during a 90-minute stroll

$18 $11

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Smartphone Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures-Chattanooga (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures-Chattanooga

Downtown Chattanooga

Teams grab their smartphones before exploring the city while finding clues and solving puzzles in order to earn points and finish the race

$40 $20

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Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Downtown Chattanooga

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

$50 $25

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Nashville Food Tour by Van for One or Two from Nashville Food Adventures (Up to 35% Off)

Nashville Food Adventures

Multiple Locations

Foodies stop at 4–6 eateries on themed tours such as Barbecue Pit Stops, Wineries of Middle Tennessee, East Nashville Food Hop & Global Eats

$65 $45

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Creamery Tour with Goat Cheese for One or Two, or $15 for $18.99 Worth of Cheese at Belle Chevre

Belle Chevre

Elkmont

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

$18.99 $10

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$25 for Two Slash Passes on October 26 to Hauntanel at The Fontanel Mansion ($40 Value)

Hauntanel at The Fontanel Mansion

Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance)

Family-friendly, two-mile hayride through the moonlit woods alongside a gruesome fun house, a clown tent, and a graveyard

$40 $25

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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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Discover Nashville Tour or Two or Four from Joyride Nashville (Up to 64% Off)

Joyride Nashville

Nashville

90-minute tours in open-air shuttles visit 38 locations such as Music City Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, and Bicentennial Mall

$90 $35

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$20 for $36 Worth of Wine Tasting for Two, with Glasses and Wine Tote — Jules J. Berta Vineyards

Jules J. Berta Vineyards

Albertville

Wine tasting with choice of two designer wine mugs or wine glasses packaged in a dandy wine tote.

$36 $20

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$15 for a Haunted Tour for Two at Bloodwood Trail ($26 Value). Six Dates Available.

Bloodwood Trail

Armuchee

Brave guests enter a haunted trail armed with laser guns that they use to fend off throngs of the undead

$26 $15

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Priscilla was born in Bristol, England in 1967. She toiled in public transportation until the 1980s, when she begrudgingly entered early retirement. She spent some of it in Liverpool, and some in Flitwick, but eventually succumbed to the promise of greener pastures in the U.S.—she moved to Kansas in 1993, and eventually settled in Tennessee.

Priscilla is the double-decker bus that Rufus, the owner of Nashville Double Decker, loads up with guests before touring the city. The idea for a bus-tour company came to him before his second deployment with the Tennessee Army National Guard on a visit to Nashville. He took a trolley tour that left him disappointed. The tour didn’t cross any of the city’s bridges, and he couldn’t enjoy some of Nashville’s best views thanks to the trolley’s closed top. So while Rufus was still overseas, he convinced a friend to drive Priscilla across the country from Washington, and now she shows guests the sites around Nashville.

PO Box 4508
Chattanooga,
TN
US

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

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

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

When surveyor Aaron Higgenbotham discovered Cumberland Caverns in 1810, he couldn't see its majestic pillars of dripping rock, its flowstone curtains, or its subterranean waterfalls. Stuck on a small ledge in the dark, Higgenbotham was as blind to the cave system's features—one of them a 2,000-foot-long cavern hall—as the eyeless crayfish that live there. His initial discovery nevertheless paved the way for nearly 200 years of speleological findings. Today, guides preserve this 32-mile National Landmark cavern by leading daily tours through its passages.

During tours, guides point out artifacts left by pre Civil War–era saltpeter mines, tunnels filled with rare gypsum deposits, and mysterious inscriptions reading "Shelah Waters - 1869" and "Millard Fillmore + Stacy." They lead guests among stalagmites and stalactites to a sound-and-light show that dramatically retells Bible stories, or into a domed hall that houses a hand-cut crystal chandelier rescued from a historic Brooklyn theater. It's in this last space that staffers organize banquets, weddings, and monthly live bluegrass concerts, or hold burial services for broken fax machines. They also lead visitors through the tight passageways of lesser-seen cavern segments during daytime or overnight spelunking trips.

1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd
McMinnville,
TN
US