We are delighted to let you know about a number of excursions that we can offer which will not only save you up to 50% off the local ticket prices, but save you valuable time during your stay.
You can call us free of charge on 01737 646416 to book any of these trips & tours.
Nashville Music Attraction Pass - £55 per person
The Nashville Music Attraction Pass is your passport to the music history of Nashville. Enjoy admission to 4 famous attractions including the Country Music Hall of Fame plus receive a $15 voucher for food and beverages that can be used at Hard Rock Cafe.
Discover Nashville and Homes of the Stars Combo - £60 per person
If you have a full day to spend, combine two of most popular sightseeing tours in Nashville.
Enjoy a driving tour of attractions such as Honky Tonk Row, the State Capitol, Bicentennial Mall and Farmers Market, The Parthenon, world famous Music Row, and Studio B, where Elvis recorded the majority of his hit records.
Then, see the neighborhoods of Country Music greats and famous Nashvillians that call Music City USA their home, such as Taylor Swift, Toby Keith, Kid Rock, and Dolly Parton.
Memphis Music Attraction Pass - £50 per person
The Memphis Music Attraction Pass is your passport to the music history of Memphis! Enjoy admission to 4 famous attractions including Graceland, the famous home of Elvis Presley for one low price. With the Memphis Music Attraction Pass you can enjoy admission to four of Memphis’s most famous attractions where you can immerse yourself in rock n roll history. Visit Graceland, home of the ‘king’. Take a tour of Sun Studios - the birthplace of rock 'n' roll, where Elvis, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded and made a name for themselves. Learn about Soulsville USA and the city's influence on soul music at Stax Museum of American Soul Music and learn how rock and soul was born in Memphis at the Rock ‘n Roll at Rock 'n Soul Museum.
Atlanta City Pass - £45 per person
We have just the ticket for your visit to Atlanta. The CityPass allows you to visit five famous attractions for one low price: the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola and Inside CNN Studio Tour. There’s a choice of either the High Museum of Art or the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and of either Zoo Atlanta or the Atlanta History Center. Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the world and home to more than 100,000 creatures, including whale sharks. There are six galleries to explore, including a dolphin show. World of Coca-Cola is an exhibition dedicated to the world’s most famous brand. It features displays of packaging and ads as well as tasting sessions and a fully functioning bottling line. Inside CNN Studio Tour takes you behind the scenes of the TV channel that helped turn the world into a global village. The guided tour even includes an exclusive glimpse of a broadcast in action. The High Museum of Art features the renowned architecture of Richard Meier and Renzo Piano, with light-filled galleries showcasing works by artists such as Monet and Sargent. At the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you’ll find ancient fossils, interactive science features and at the world’s largest dinosaurs. Zoo Atlanta is home to more than 1,500 animals, including giant pandas and the largest collections of gorillas and orang-utans in the US. The Atlanta History Center has a stunning Swan House, the house where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With The Wind, and a US Civil War exhibition.
Atlanta Segway Cultural Tour - £40pp
Come on the most innovative and exciting tour in Atlanta. You’ll cruise effortlessly through parks and down sidewalks as you learn all about the darker side of the Capital of the Old South in this Legends and Lore Segway Tour. And in case you’re asking, the Segway is the first of its kind, an environmentally friendly self-balancing, personal transport device that’s designed to operate in any pedestrian environment. It’s new; it’s cool and loads of fun!
The tour starts with a 30-minute orientation session to acquaint you with your Segway and guide. Once you’ve stepped up on the platform you’ll realise straight away how the Segway does your balancing for you. Just lean forward and you’ll see how the vehicle moves in response. The journey itself will take you on a spine tingling trip through downtown Atlanta from Centennial Olympic Park to Midtown Atlanta and all points in between. Your guide will give you the lowdown on the darker side of this fascinating city. Learn all about Atlanta's most sinister characters and haunted happenings from the famous to the not so famous as you glide through the Fairlie-Poplar District in downtown and down Peachtree. Then it’s on to Midtown to hear about the ghosts that haunt the theatres of Atlanta. Tour highlights include Centennial Olympic Park, Farlie Poplar District, Woodruff Park, Shakespeare Tavern and the Fox Theater. There’ll be plenty of time for photos along the way and your guide will keep you entertained with chilling stories and fascinating facts about the history of this historic city.
Day by Day
Day 1 London – Louisville
Fly from the UK to Louisville, Kentucky. Upon arrival pick up your car from the airport and drive the sort distance to your hotel. The remainder of your day is free to explore Kentucky’s main city.
Day 2 Louisville
Churchill Downs- Backstretch Breakfast Tour- Start your day by experiencing the exclusive atmosphere of a morning at the track with a preview of the magical process of training world-class Thoroughbreds during the early morning workout. Kentucky Derby Museum- Experience Derby Day from the starting gate to the finish line. The Kentucky Derby Museum brings the pageantry and excitement of the Kentucky Derby to life. Feel the excitement of the crowds and hear the thunder of the hoofs with a presentation of “The Greatest Race”. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory- Tour the World- famous bat factory. Admire the world’s largest baseball bat before going inside to see how Louisville Sluggers are made. Have an all-star experience by swinging a bat just like Babe Ruth’s, facing down a 90 mph fastball and sharing a dugout with Mickey Mantle. The “Louisville Slugger” has been essential in the sport of baseball since 1884..
Day 3 Louisville
Frazier History Museum- Take an unforgettable journey through history that spans 1,000 years and 2 continents with one of the greatest collection of arms, armor and related historical artifacts in the world. The Frazier features a collection of arms and armor of famous politicians, celebrities, frontiersmen, soldiers, knights and kings. Groups enjoy guided tours, sword fighting demonstrations and first-person costumed historical interpretations. Evan Williams Bourbon Experience- Celebrate the legacy of Evan Williams, Kentucky’s first distiller and namesake of Heaven Hill’s flagship Bourbon brand, this immersive tourism experience located on Louisville’s historic “Whiskey Row,” is a multi-million dollar facility featuring an artisanal distillery, tours and bourbon tastings.
Day 4 Louisville to Lexington
Drive the 1hour 20 mins journey to Lexington, the remainder of your day is free to explore the sights of Lexington
Day 5 Lexington
Enjoy your only full day in Lexington by shopping in Bluegrass, meeting Lexington’s four-footed celebrities in their own home on a Horse Farm Tour or you can Visit four period historic homes of the Area’s most famous citizens.
Day 6 Lexington – bowling green (Mammoth Cave)
Take your Car and drive the 2hour 20 minute drive to bowling green. A great stop would be Bardstown. Located in the heart of Kentucky Bourbon Country and situated at the trailhead of the famed Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Bardstown is more familiarly known as the “Bourbon Capital of the World.” It is home to five distilleries, including Barton 1792 and Willett Distillery and these three Kentucky Bourbon Trail distilleries: Heaven Hill, Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam. Major attractions include the outdoor musical, “The Stephen Foster Story,” My Old Kentucky Home State Park, the highly regarded Civil War Museum of the Western Theatre, My Old Kentucky Dinner Train, the narrated Heaven Hill Trolley tour and The Kentucky Railway Museum – where Thomas the Tank Engine is known to put in appearances. Additionally, Bardstown has four 18-hole golf courses, three wineries, two haunted tours and numerous religious attractions. It was selected as the “Most Beautiful Small Town in America” in the Rand McNally/USA Today 2012 “Best of the Road” contest and landed in the top 20 of “America’s Favorite Towns” in a survey by Travel + Leisure – which also recognized Bardstown as having one of “America’s Most Beautiful Town Squares.” In 2013, Bardstown was designated a certified Kentucky Cultural District, one of only six Kentucky cities to achieve this honor.
Day 7 bowling green (Mammoth Cave)
Enjoy your only full day here by taking a short drive to Mammoth Cave National Park. Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 400 miles explored, a true natural Beauty.
Day 8 bowling green (Mammoth Cave) – Nashville
Time for the next driving part of the trip, the journey from bowling green to Nashville only takes an hour so this will give you plenty of time to enjoy the drive and relax once you get to Nashville.
Day 9 Nashville
Start your day downtown at the acclaimed Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. It's chock-full of colourful exhibits and music. Drive a few blocks west on Broadway to Frist centre for the Visual Arts which is an outstanding museum, housed in a historic post-office building. First-rate exhibitions from throughout the world are shown here. The permanent ArtQuest Gallery is a wondrous, hands-on creativity center where children and adults alike can experiment with their own artwork. Don’t forget about your complimentary Lunch time cruise along the river!! After a bit of a rest and a bite to eat, browse the bars and colourful nightlife along Broadway and the surrounding area. You can hear live music mostly anywhere, from Tootsie's Orchid Lounge to B.B. King's Blues Club.
Day 10 Nashville - Memphis
There is time in the morning for some last minute shopping or sightseeing before driving the 3 hour journey to Memphis, the home of the King.
Day 11 Memphis
Enjoy your full day here and enjoy your Complimentary Graceland trip. The blue-and-white living room where he and Priscilla entertained guests. The mirrored, yellow TV room where Elvis liked to unwind. His paisley pool room. You'll see it all and more on your tour of the mansion where Elvis lived -- and where he died
Day 12 Memphis – Atlanta
Drive to Memphis airport and drop your car off before boarding your short flight to the City of Atlanta. Once you have landed in Atlanta make your own way to your hotel and enjoy the evening at Leisure.
Day 13 Atlanta
Start your morning in the Auburn district early, as the entire neighborhood is packed full of historic treasures, starting with the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site. Designated a national historic site, these blocks include the Birth Home of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where King's father and grandfather were ministers and King served as a copastor. In the area, you'll also find the King Center, where King is buried, and the APEX Museum.
Day 14 Atlanta
Another full day in Atlanta to enjoy the endless attractions, why not Visit the famous Atlanta Zoo. Among the highlights in this world-class zoo are the giant pandas. The happy couple welcomed their second baby in 2008, named Xi Lan, after the traditional 100-day waiting period for naming baby pandas. Cute as she is, though, Xi Lan isn't the only draw; Zuri, the baby giraffe, arrived last summer to a hail of cheers. The 40-acre Zoo Atlanta features some 200 species of animals from around the world
Day 15 Atlanta - London
There is time in the morning for some last minute shopping or sightseeing before making your own way to the airport to board your overnight direct flight from Atlanta to London.
Day 16 London
Arrive back in the UK after enjoying what was hopefully a fantastic holiday!