Ghost tours take you to a city's scariest locations, such as abandoned houses that are said to be haunted or regular houses that are full of strangers. Experience the unknown with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $22 for a Boos, Brews, and Booze bus tour for two (up to a $40 value)
- $40 for a Boos, Brews, and Booze bus tour for four (up to a $80 value)
- $99 for a Boos, Brews, and Booze bus tour for up to ten (up to a $200 value)
This tour explores Nashville's spiritual side—from the haunted corners of Broadway Street and the City Cemetery to choice bars, breweries, and whiskey distilleries around the city. Alcohol is not provided, but the all-ages tour is BYOB.
This Groupon may also be redeemed for the Nashville Day Tour or the Nashville Sunset Tour.
Nashville Double Decker
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 US—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.
71% of 82 customers recommend
“Great way to see the city! It was a bit hot on the weekend I was in Nashville I would recommend that you wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen! :-)”
“It was extremely difficult to hear the audio tour due to old equipment & the loud music in the Honky Tonk area I would recommend you sit towards the back of the tour...”
“It was extremely difficult to hear the audio tour due to old equipment & the loud music in the Honky Tonk area I would recommend you sit towards the back of the tour bus by the speaker to hear the audio better”