• Nashville's iconic Ryman Auditorium.
  • Hatch Show Print, as ween on Walkin' Nashville walking tour
  • Printers Alley, one stop on the Nashville Music City Legends walking tour
  • Tootsies Orchid Lounge
  • Legendary Ernest Tubb record shop
  • Chet Atkins statue, meeting place for Walkin' Nashville tour
  • The Stage honky tonk bar
  • Hatch Show Print, the world's greatest letterpress printing shop

Walkin’ Nashville Music City Legends Tour

Tour Details:

From APRIL - NOVEMBER, tours run Tuesday, Friday & Saturday
In DECEMBER, tours run Friday & Saturday only. Off season private tours available for groups of 6 or more.
Start Time: 10:30 AM (Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to check in)
Tour Length: Approx. 2 hours, 10 minutes
Prices: Adults 12 and over - $ 28.00 / Children 4-11 - $ 12.00 / Children 3 & Under – Free (Advance purchase is highly recommended. Tours sell out fast! When calendar says "Online Ticket Sales Sold Out" for a particular date, that means all the tickets are gone.) Sorry, no bachelorette parties!
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Walkin’ Nashville Playlist

Ernest Tubb Record Shop, as seen on Walkin' Nashville Music City Legends Tour

Looking for the perfect soundtrack for your visit to Nashville? During the Music City Legends tour, you’ll hear the stories behind many of these all-time classics. You can listen to the playlist on Spotify.

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Do I have to purchase tickets in advance?
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Tours can sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance. Walk-up tickets are $28.00 and subject to availability.

Meet Your Guide

Nashville walking tour guide Bill DeMain

Your friendly guide is Grammy-nominated music journalist Bill DeMain, a writer with over twenty years experience who’s contributed to publications such as MOJO, Classic Rock and Entertainment Weekly, and published four books, including the popular humor collection, The Sterling Huck Letters.