- Round trip airfare
- Daily transportation via luxury motor coach with lavatory and DVD player on board
- 2 nights hotel accommodation at a conveniently located location
- Breakfast Daily
- 2 Dinners
- Admission to The Hermitage
- Admission to Belle Meade Plantation
- Visit the Carnton Plantation
- Admission to Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum
- Visit the Grand Old Opry
- Admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame
- Tour of RCA
- Visit the Belmont Mansion
- EduTrips local escort assistance during your trip
- Free trip for 1 chaperone in double room for each 10 paying passengers
- All taxes and fees
Arrive in Nashville and meet your EDU Trips group escort. First stop will be a visit to the Hermitage; Home of President Andrew Jackson. The Hermitage is the most authentic early presidential home in America. During the tour you will visit , the family mansion, the formal garden, slave quarters and the original log cabin. Your next stop will be Belle Meade Plantation. Experience one hundred years of history come to life as costumed guides tell stories of plantation life.
Today you will visit Carnton Plantation. Carnton was forever changed by the tragic events of November 30th, 1864 – the Battle of Franklin. From there, you will go to the Travellers Rest Plantation and Museum. In December of 1864 Travellers Rest served as headquarters for Confederate general John Bell Hood on the eve of the Battle of Nashville. In the evening you will visit the home of country music, the Opry offers an incredible mix of talent to create an American experience like no other.
You will begin your day with a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum where you will be able to hear rare recordings of country’s legendary performers, see behind-the-scenes films by today’s stars. Our next stop will be the historic RCA Studio B; home of 1,000 hits and where music legends recorded timeless songs. Your last stop will be the Belmont Mansion. This mansion was recognized as one of the most elaborate and unusual homes in the South. The Grand Salon with its staircase is considered the most elaborate domestic room built in the antebellum Tennessee. After that, you will depart for home.