Guide Service Information
There is a lot to see in Tennessee! and we have just the guides for your sightseeing tour. Whether you want a tour of Nashville, Bicentennial Park, or the homes of the stars in Nashville, or a guided tour through the amazing Fall Foliage in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, our guides will deliver a great, entertaining and informative tour for your guests. Tour pricing is very simple and easy. Cost for touring is $50.00 per hour with a 3 hour minimum for a tour that starts and ends at the same point. One way tours are the same price per hour with a pick up or drop off fee that adjusts based on distance to cover transportation costs. All guide services must be paid at least 1 week in advance, and gratuities for our guides are greatly appreciated.
Some of our most popular tours:
Smoky Mountain Special - 3hrs - The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park, and today you will be added to the rest of what makes up about ten million annual visitors. Your local guide will guide you to the top of the mountains and back with an array of history, stories, and legend about the area and the people that inhabited it before the park was formed. Along the way you will see spectacular overlooks and views, and maybe even some wildlife. Make sure to bring your camera and a jacket for this entertaining look at our areas most popular attraction.
Cades Cove Tour - 4 hrs - Our local guide will board your coach and take your group on a tour through one of our most popular areas in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cades Cove. Historic Cades Cove is considered an "open air museum" of pioneer life in the nineteenth century. In the 1920's the land was purchased for the national park. And, to this day, Cades Cove has preserved history as one of nature's most tranquil, serene and breathtaking attractions. The cove is home to a fully operational grist mill with a working waterwheel, historic structures from the late 19th and 20th centuries, 1,500 kinds of flowering plants and more than 500 black bears. Surrounded by natural beauty, you'll understand why it's one of the most photographed areas in the United States. In these 2,500 hundred acres of open space, tucked beneath the smoky mountains, you can experience much of the area's history and natural beauty. Your local guide will tell you the history and legend of the mountains while showing you the best of the beauty.
Cherokee, North Carolina - 7 hrs - A local guide will board your coach and take your group on tour of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Your guide will tell you the about the history, life, and the legends of the mountains, in a fun entertaining manner. This tour takes you up, through the park at over 5,000 feet, then down into Cherokee, NC. In Cherokee, shop for handmade crafts, visit Harrah’s Cherokee Casino, or just enjoy a little time to relax. On the way back, visit the pioneer farmstead and stop at Newfound Gap for stunning views.
Music City Special - 3 hrs - Board your coach where your local guide will escort you on a sightseeing tour of Nashville. Nashville is the home of country music, the Athens of the South, has a large presence in insurance and printing industries, and features landmarks like the Ryman Auditorium, the Parthenon, State Capitol of Tennessee, and Bicentennial Park. You will see some or all of these and more on your city tour, and your local guide will tell you all about them!
Tour to Jack Daniels – 7 hours, preferably 8am to 3pm - Jack Daniels Distillery is located about 105 minutes south of Nashville in Lynchburg, Tennessee, and offers a great opportunity for groups to get a look into this Southern Specialty! Your local guide will lead you from Nashville to Lynchburg where you will enjoy a 90 minute guided tour through the distillery and learn how America’s #1 whiskey is made in the hills of Tennessee. Following the tour and some gift shop time at Jack Daniels, visit the town square of Lynchburg for lunch and some free time on your own before returning through walking horse country to Nashville.
Nashville / Franklin Civil War Tour – 6 Hours - Middle Tennessee was major part of Civil War history and was sight of many bloody battles during the 1860’s. This day will include the stories of those battles and the people that fought them in Nashville and the bedroom community of Franklin. Tour Fort Negley, a recently restored walking trail with civil war history, then out to Franklin, where you will hear about a bloody five hour battle that took the lives of 10,000 troops on November 30, 1864. Spend time in downtown Franklin for lunch on your own.
Call us at 800-638-8687 to book your sightseeing tour!