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Grand Ole Opry, Nashville

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Sing along to the tunes at Grand Ole Opry, a venue for weekly country music performances that's been dubbed the country's most famous stage and the home of American music. Numerous country legends have played here, including Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, and Hank Williams. Even U.S. President Nixon visited and played a few rounds on the piano. Take a backstage tour for insight into this country music institution, and look out for performances featuring genres like bluegrass, folk, gospel, and even comedy. Check the website for showtimes and upcoming guests, and book your tour online or by phone. Add Grand Ole Opry to your Nashville travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Nashville tour planner.
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  • It was such a fun night Guest in from out of town Brings back the good old days Great reminder with all that goes on in the world today The guest were great. A little bit of old and new mixed together  more »
  • The backstage tour is SO COOL. You get the history of the Opry, you go "into the circle" onstage where Opry stars have stood for years, you see quite a few of the gorgeous dressing rooms backstage, an...  more »
  • I went to the Grand Ole Opry with a large group of college students and we had the opportunity to go on a backstage tour. It was so much fun to tour and see how everything works at the Grand Ole Opry....  more »
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  • Look, this is quite simply the most iconic place in Nashville. A trip here is an absolute must if you're visiting. Get the backstage pass to get the full experience. The sound in the theatre is spectacular, and the sight lines are great. Of course your experience will be impacted by the lineup, but even the lesser known acts bring their A game to play that stage. Oh, and BRING YOUR CAMERA. Can't emphasize that enough. You'll take a minimum of 50 pictures, guaranteed. I personally took 200. Amazing.
  • I am not a country fan, but had a fabulous time. If you enjoy live music then you will love it. There is a very reverent feeling. You can tell new artists are awestruck to be there. It is a large place but somehow it feels very intimate and the artists are very interactive with the audience. The first time I came to Nashville I skipped the Opry. I would not do that again. I will definitely come back every time I visit.
  • The tour was awesome! I could spend all day here. A lot of great history. I wish that the walls could have talked. Definitely a fun and interesting place to go. The tour was a little shorter then I had hoped for. The price was was very reasonable. I had a great time. I highly recommend doing the tour.
  • Fantastic sound. Great atmosphere. Good performances. If your in Nashville and like music this is a must. Ticket prices are average, can get amazing seats for fairly good price.
  • It was more exciting than I anticipated!! The show was really good. Randy Owens made the night!! The opening video on the history of the Opry was quite informative. They are very proud of their t-shirts, etc. ($$$$). Eleven dollars for a small glass of wine is rather steep, too. Overall, though, its one of the best concert tickets around when you consider the talent, the number of songs, and the cost of going to "real" concert. I'd go back.