Reunions

Jack Daniel Distillery Tour & Lunch at Miss Bobo’s Boarding House:
Drive through the beautiful rolling hills of middle Tennessee, Walking Horse Capitol of the world on your way to historic Lynchburg, home of the National Historically Recognized Jack Daniel Distillery. Jack Daniel’s is the oldest registered distillery in the U.S. and where Mr. Jack created the famous Old No. 7. Every drop of Jack Daniel’s sold around the world is distilled right here. Your guide will share the secret of the flavor and the stories and legends of Mr. Jack and what makes Jack Daniels so desirable. After your tour settle in for a great Southern lunch at one of Mr. Jacks favorites Miss Bobo’s Boarding House. Southern home style cooking is served up family style with some great stories. After lunch take some time to stroll around this quaint town of less than 500 people, check out local Hardware and General Store or stop in the Moore County Jail Museum.

Hit Makers & Legends Tour: Full day
Your tour host will share with you the story of Music City. Visit Music Row the heartbeat of music where songwriters hone their craft, hits are made and dreams come true. Tour Historic RCA Studio B home of over 1000 top hits recorded by the great legends Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Charley Pride and many more and The King Elvis recorded over 250 of his songs in this same studio. Now it’s off to the Country Music Hall of Fame a mecca of colorful exhibits, music, entertainment and history. Enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many eateries in the Honky Tonk Row area before gathering for a memorable tour of the Historic Ryman Auditorium the Mother Church of Country Music. This former home to the Grand Ole Opry features exciting exhibits showcasing the venues famous history.

Nashville A Drive through It: approximately 3 hrs
A drive through the historic streets of downtown where Nashville began on the banks of the Cumberland River. Pass the Honky-Tonks where the music plays all day long and many historic buildings including the Ryman Auditorium the Mother Church of Country Music and the Country Music Hall of Fame. See Nissan Stadium home of the NFL Tennessee Titans and Bridgestone Arena home of the NHL Predators and many Country Music Awards Shows. Travel up and down Music Row the heartbeat of Nashville music and home of numerous recording studios, historic RCA Studio B and Belmont University. See Owen Bradley Park a tribute to the man behind the hits for Patsy Cline, Brenda Lee, Loretta Lynn, and Conway Twitty and others and see Musica, Nashville’s controversial statue to music. See the Tennessee State capitol overlooking Bicentennial mall where you will learn a little of the history of Tennessee and visit the WWII Memorial. View the Parthenon the world’s only full size replica of the original Greek Parthenon in beautiful Centennial Park. A great overview of a diverse city.

Corvette America’s Sports Car:
Just north of Nashville in Bowling Green KY visit the National Corvette Museum established to celebrate the invention of America’s Sports Car. The 55-acre museum campus preserves the past present and future of this one of a kind car and educates the public about Corvette. Just a short drive away is the Corvette assembly plant where you can see how these fine cars go from concept to finished sports car ready to roll (subject to availability). After checking out the cool cars take a look an another type of transportation at the Historic Rail Park and Train Museum. Stop for lunch on your own during this all American Sports Car day. For safety reasons no walkers’ canes or other walking assistance is allowed inside the plant also no cameras cell phones or other recording devices allowed.

Honky Tonkin’ with Johnny & George:
Head downtown for an evening of Honky Tonks and a visit to The Johnny Cash Museum, home of the world’s largest collection of memorabilia from the late country entertainer. See over 1,000 items on display in the museum. This is a must see museum of The Man in Black, a true legend of country music. Then make your way up to the George Jones Entertainment Complex to experience the history and see George “Possum” Jones life up close and personal. Watch performances, listen to music and get a look at George’s incredible history.  After visiting the museum head on up to the roof top for some good music and a bite to eat or head out to any of the other numerous honky tonks and restaurants in the district.

The Grand Ole Opry:  Tue Fri or Sat
This evening attend Nashville’s must-see attraction and the world’s longest running live radio show The Grand Ole Opry an American experience like no other! A blend of the old and new when artist from all eras of Country Music perform live. You never know who you will see at the Opry but it will be memorable.
Reserved seating with transportation.

General Jackson Lunch or Dinner Cruise:
Experience the real south as you step aboard the General Jackson Showboat the largest showboat in the USA. Delight in the panoramic sights outstanding entertainment and wonderful meal lunch as you experience the proud tradition of the great showboats of yesterday. Onboard Memorial Services can be arranged for your group.

Transportation and admission to all highlighted attractions
will be included in your tour price.
Meals as indicated including tax and gratuity can also be included

Each tour will have a personal Let’s Go Travelin’ Host

Complimentary tour promotional flyers
&
registration forms customized for your group available at no additional cost.