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- 98%History Buffs
- 73%Local Culture
- 73%Budget Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
User Reviews (27 Reviews)
- Grand Ole OpryMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Feb 27, 2014
Grand Ole Opry is a country music show and some of the show is done live. Disability access is provided. They have assistive listening devices available. Disability parking is limited and provide by the mall. Visit time is up to you depending if you are staying for a show.
- Grand Ole OpryMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesMay 22, 2013
A visit to Nashville is not complete without seeing a show at the Opry. Even if you're nog into country music, it is something to behold, still being a live radio broadcast. We saw one of the Opry's heroes, Little Jimmy Dickens starting things of for us. After that, it was a mix of traditional singers (some more than 80 years old) and new talent. We had a great time and recommend a visit to everyone!
- Grand Ole OpryJan 29, 2013
Not sure what I was expecting, but had an absolute blast at the Grand Ole Opry! It is still a live radio show, so it is a bit different. We did the backstage tour and it is WORTH the extra money. There is so much history built in that place, with stories dating back to the beginning. Each dressing room has a different theme and you even get to stand on the stage where the performs perform live each night. Experience of a lifetime!
- Grand Ole OprySep 18, 2012
The name of the opry fits the setting to a T. It's huge, ornate, pristine, and with great acoustics. Also, the music is of such variety and talent, that whether you connect with country music or not, it's a must do Nashville experience. The highlights for the evening I went were Kristin Chenoweth (from Wicked), and Ricky Skaggs (father of bluegrass).
- Grand Ole OpryMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Jul 19, 2012
I got a chance to tour the Grand Old Opry months after the Cumberland River flooded Nashville. I saw the markers in the Grand Old Opry showing how high the water got in the building. It's really nothing short of a miracle that they were able to salvage the building. I took the Opry tour, which takes you backstage and allows you to sit in the same chairs and couches, that the entertainers sit on before they go on stage. If you're at the Grand Old Opry, make sure you do the backstage visit.
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