There's nothing like a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House - it's a must-see for everyone in Music City.
And now - you can take the tour right after the world-famous Grand Ole Opry show!
After you see the show - see what it's like behind the scenes! Walk in the footsteps of country music's superstars and get an exclusive look at what happens on the other side of the curtain of the show that made country music famous - right after the show ends! This tour is available on nights where there is only one Grand Ole Opry show.
In many ways, the Opry is a family, and having witnessed a show, you'll be a part of that family. Darius Rucker serves as a video host of the post-show tour, sharing stories about the Opry and country music greats past and present. You'll visit the artist entrance where everyone has walked in for the show earlier that night, and you may even have the chance to step on stage and into the famed wooden circle just as a parade of artists have done a few minutes earlier. You'll also get a glimpse of some of the Opry's 18 dressing room, each uniquely themed to tell part of the Opry story Darius and Opry announcer Bill Cody will share via videos. Post-show tours often also make a stop in Studio A, a live television studio and former home of HEE HAW.
After you take in an Opry performance, let us officially say "Welcome to the Family!"
Opry member Blake Shelton, a look into backstage.
Mike Wolfe of American Pickers visits backstage.
On evenings in which there is only one Opry performance, tours are available immediately after the show when the Opry is presented at the Grand Ole Opry House. Daytime tours are also available seven days a week February through October, though schedules can vary depending upon other Opry House commitments. Tours can be booked up to two weeks in advance online or by calling 800-SEE-OPRY. Tours tend to sell out quickly once available, so booking before you arrive is best. Tickets for tours are also available at the Opry House Box Office.