Nashville By Horse-Drawn Carriage

One of the most unique ways to visit Nashville is by a private, horse-drawn carriage tour on either the Vis-à-Vis, where riders are seated facing each other, and comfortably seat up to six adults, or on the Limo Carriage that seats up to nine people.

These open-topped, 45-minute, tours are provided by drivers who know all about Music City.  Departing on Broadway, in Downtown Nashville, they include rides by the Bridgestone Arena, the historic Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Nashville Convention Center, the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Riverfront Park, the Wild Horse Saloon, and the world famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge.

These tours are especially catered for first-time visitors to Nashville, or for those desiring up close and personal time with someone special.  They also run whether it’s raining, or the warm sun is shining, unless the safety of the horses or passengers is threatened by inclement weather.  Drivers can make this determination.  The City of Nashville can also stop these popular tours if the temperature exceeds 95 degrees, or falls to 32 degrees or below.

Children under the age of 4 are permitted to ride on an adult’s lap during the tour, and a 24-hour minimum advanced booking is required.

For more information concerning these popular tours contact nashvillesightseeing.com, or call 212-852-4822, for availability.

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Brett Matthew West
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***Brett Matthew West is a Nashvillian and a long time Freelance Writer.  His myriad of feature articles have been published in a vast array of newspapers and magazines around the United States.  He also possesses an extensive online presence for his Short Stories.***

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