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- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Local Culture
- 71%Family Travelers
- 63%Budget Travelers
- 61%Art & Design Lovers
- 61%Nightlife Lovers
- 56%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (24)
- Ryman AuditoriumMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Feb 27, 2014
Ryman Auditorium is the original place of the Grand Ole Opry. It has tours of inside the building with artifacts and other items. Disability access is limited with limited disability parking in the back of building. The guide tour is about 1 hour.
- Ryman AuditoriumMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 3Nov 05, 2013
I didn't know how much I loved country music until "Nashville." I got into Johnny Cash with "Walk the Line." So, needless to say, I'm not a hard-core country music fan but I appreciate it immensely. I love the color and history of it and the Ryman captures its very essence. Loved the various dressing rooms named after stars. Highly recommend.
- Ryman AuditoriumMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Oct 15, 2013
If you're going to be in Nashville, you've got to see the Ryman. It was the original home of the Grand Ole Opry and before that a church. It's a beautiful and historic building and you'll get to experience all the crazy hubbub of the country fans that swarm downtown!
- Ryman AuditoriumMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersHistory Buffs+ 1Oct 06, 2013
Known as the “Mother Church” of Country Music, the Ryman Auditorium has housed the Grand Ole Opry, thousands of performances, and may still be home to legends that will never die.
The original home of the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium now functions as a music venue. It originally opened in 1892 as a tabernacle after its namesake, Captain Tom Ryman. Upon his death, Captain Ryman apparently never left. He is reported to walk around the building, keeping an eye on it.
The most famous alleged haunting is that of Hank Williams Sr. He purportedly wanders between the Ryman and Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge on Broadway.
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