Backstage Tours | Grand Ole Opry

GO BACKSTAGE

 

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GO BACKSTAGE

 

3 WAYS TO TOUR

 

EXTENDED HOURS!
For the summer, Backstage Tour hours are extended through 8:00 p.m.
on nights when there is no event in the Opry House.

There will be limited tours available on July 7.

GO BACKSTAGE!

  

There's nothing like a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House - it's a must-see for everyone in Music City!

With three ways to tour in 2015, walk in the footsteps of country music's superstars and get an exclusive look at what happens behind the scenes of the show that made country music famous!

Hear stories about the Opry and country music greats, past and present (from Minnie Pearl to Carrie Underwood, you might say), see photos from the Opry's biggest moments in history, and much more.

Choose your way to tour - we'll see you backstage!

 

  

"I for one am excited to show you around this home of ours, a true country music showplace. I'll see you backstage."

- BLAKE SHELTON

  

JOIN THE 90TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION!

The Grand Ole Opry has launched its 90th anniversary year, a nine-month celebration of nine decades of great country music. As part of the celebration, you’ll see special displays showcasing such artifacts as the fiddle played by Uncle Jimmy Thompson on the very first broadcast of what would become the Grand Ole Opry, a steamboat whistle used by Opry founder George D. Hay to introduce Opry broadcasts, a guitar strap used by Opry great Little Jimmy Dickens, who passed away at the dawn of the Opry’s 90th year, and items representing each decade of the Opry’s history, including more recent Opry inductees Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Josh Turner.

  

  

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