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Tour Date Span: 10/04/19 — 10/06/19
Tour Name: Grand Ole Opry Birthday Celebration! (see day by day info)
Tour #: R43840
Departure Date: 10/04/2019
Description: 3 Days - 2 Nights - 5 Meals

Join us as we head to Music City USA to celebrate the Grand Ole Opry’s 94th Anniversary. A tour highlight will include a visit to the Storytellers Museum, a loving restoration of a building that Johnny Cash once owned. An intimate concert will be enjoyed here along with a tour and visit to the Memorial Garden. This little getaway is packed full of adventure, entertainment and just plain fun! Don’t miss the bus!

Cost Per Person: $599.00 Double Occupancy
$549.00 Triple Occupancy
$799.00 Single Occupancy
Tour Inclusions: Roundtrip Transportation via Croswell’s Deluxe VIP Motorcoach, Two (2) Nights Hotel Accommodations, Two (2) Breakfasts, Two (2) Lunches, One (1) Dinner, All Taxes and Gratuities on Included Meals and Lodging, All Sightseeing and Admissions as described above, All Luggage Handling
Day 1 Depart bright and early to begin our exciting adventure to the Country Music Capital of the world, Nashville! We’ll check into the Drury Plaza Hotel in nearby Franklin before enjoying the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theatre for a great show and southern buffet dinner. Return to the hotel after the show. D
Day 2 After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, we will begin our celebration with a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry. Afterward enjoy a lunch at the Opry Backstage Grill. This afternoon we will enjoy a guided tour through the city and then return to the hotel to refresh. Tonight it’s the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous! B,L
Day 3 This morning we will depart for the nearby Storytellers Museum and Hideaway Farm. This property belonged to Johnny Cash for over 30 years. See the house where he lived and the place he called “the center of my universe”. The Storytellers Museum is a general store that Cash used as a place for local concerts. Hear live music and see unique memorabilia, including his “One Piece at a Time” car. Lunch is included before we head home sharing new memories and experiences with our family and friends. B,L