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The Three Hour Tour

Hey, we realize the term ‘three hour tour’ may not have the best connotation!  But unlike our buddy Gilligan, I promise to get you back to the starting point filled with pictures, knowledge and a sense of fun!!!

Our standard three hour tour takes you to:

  • None of THIS on YOUR ‘three hour tour’.

    Bicentennial Mall, 200th birthday park for the state of Tennessee.  There are so many secrets and nuances to this park, named the number one tourist attraction in Nashville by the Nashville Business Journal, and one of the top 10 public spaces in the United States by the American Planning Association.

  • Honky Tonk Row & Lower Broadway, the Ryman, Country Music Hall of Fame and downtown sites.  Learn how the stars of country music are making Nashville work for them!
  • Music Row – Like Elvis?  You’ll LOVE this part!
  • Centennial Park, home of the Parthenon, the ONLY full size replica of the Parthenon in the world.  You’ll also see the commemorative statue to the suffragist movement in Tennessee.  Especially important since Tennessee was the state that pushed the 19th Amendment to the Constitution over the top and gave women the right to vote!  (We’re celebrating 100 years of that in 2020!)
  • Antique Archaeology.  You’ve watched ‘The Pickers’, now see the store.
  • And other sites depending on time available, including the Siegenthaler Walking Bridge, Goo Goo!!!, the murals of Nashville, the art scene, the history of race relations in Nashville, including it’s importance in the sit ins of the 1960’s, the state capital, the Gulch, and how about a walking tour of the beautiful Gaylord Opryland Hotel?


Introducing the ‘Uber Tour’!

For 6-10 people.  Pretty much the same tour, minus the bus ride.  Ask for details.

Contact me at or at 407-900-6936 for current pricing. 

Tell your tour company or organizer that you WANT Ed!

They can make it happen! 

Don’t forget, tours range from two hours to three days, depending on your needs.  We look forward to working with you soon!


    • Gwen Wilson on January 4, 2018 at 1:10 pm
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    Ed, I was with the Senior Discovery Tours and you gave everyone your card. You said we would find more about the flooding, hurricane, on your site. I am not seeing any links. Help

    1. Look on the main page at the links under the header ‘2010 Flood’. They will take you to multiple sites with flood related information on them.

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