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Day 1 – On arrival in Pigeon Forge you check into your hotel for a comfortable two night stay. This evening your group will enjoy a nice dinner buffet at the Grand Majestic Dinner Theater this is followed by your choice music shows. Depending on the date you are in town you will see America’s Hit Parade, The Soul of Motown, The Smith Family Dinner Theater, Magic Spectacular or the Hazard County Hoedown
Day 2 – This morning you meet your Step-on guide for a windshield tour of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
This History & Highlights Tour will stop at the “Top of Ole Smoky” where you can stand with one foot in Tennessee and one foot in North Carolina. You will also have time for a little souvenir shopping in Gatlinburg, with a chance to visit Ole Smoky Moonshine.
Tonight’s dinner is at Mama’s Farmhouse. It is a family-style meal with platters of meat, bowls of vegetable, breads, beverages and dessert. You won’t leave this able hungry away hungry.
Ending the day, you see a brand new show at Country Tonite. This theater is pulling out all the stops – which means new production numbers, new choreography, lighting effects, new side-splitting comedy, and new costumes. In this fast-paced production you will enjoy a variety of dynamic singing and dancing, side-splitting comedy, powerful gospel, and American patriotism.
Day 3 – After breakfast this morning you travel across Tennessee to Nashville for a two night stay. This evening is a magnificent Dinner Cruise onboard the Showboat General Jackson. It is the world’s grandest showboat that offers a delicious meal and wonderful music show while cruise along the majestic Cumberland River.
Day 4 – Today starts with sightseeing at the Ryman Auditorium. Built in 1892, it is a National Historic Landmark and first home of the Grand Ole Opry; during country music’s formative years. From 1943-1974, The Ryman was known as “The Mother Church of Country,” her stage has been graced by legends from Houdini and Hank Williams, to Bob Hope and Bruce Springsteen.
Next is a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. For more than 40 years, this Museum has been home to thousands of priceless artifacts, the images, and sounds that have inspired young and old from around the globe.
Dinner this evening is at the Opry Backstage Restaurant. Followed by a performance of the Grand Ole Opry. For more than 85 years, Country’s best have mesmerized audiences at this Radio Show. Each Opry show features an array of performances by new stars, superstars and legends of country music as well as great bluegrass, comedy and more. Opry shows are never rehearsed and you never see the same show twice.
Day 5 – After breakfast, depart for home.