Two years before opening the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville in 1974, an amusement park called Opryland USA opened to the public just 10 miles northeast of downtown. While the Park no longer exists (it was closed in 1997), Opryland is still developing his own attraction to the world, attract tourists and locals alike for the draw.
Decide to just stop for a show at the Grand Ole Opry or Do you spend one or two nights at Hotel Majestic Opryland, any time spent in Nashville would be complete without a trip to the legendary music Valley. Here is a list of 10 things to do and see during your visit to Opryland USA Themepark.
Catch the Show (or take the tour) at the Grand Ole Opry
In 1974, the Opry received its own location in Opryland, where since the ‘ dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic present ‘ and ‘ showing a mix of country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. ‘ Check out the impressive list of venues or take a tour backstage to get a unique look, deep in the very Hall where the legendary artists that countless numbers have been running.
Take a tour of river boat on the River Delta
There are not only does the Opryland boasts waterfalls, but there also home to a quarter of a mile long River that is made from a sample of almost 1.700 rivers around the world. Check the indoor River, located at the Opryland hotel Delta Atrium, climbing to ride one of the stylish Mississippi flatboats and take a quick tour.