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Who doesn’t love a bargain? Here are ways to get more for your money in Nashville including admission to popular attractions, 2-for-1 meals and more.
Hit up this website to evaluate your options: Total Access Pass-1 Day for $129 gives 24 hours to hit popular destinations; Total Access-Pick 3 priced at $99 provides savings from purchasing admission ala carte. The offerings for either plan include the Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry, Old Trolley Tours, Cheekwood Mansion and Gardens, and Jack Daniels Distillery. Sponsored by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation.
As a local, I always buy the CitySaver because it pays for itself over the course of a year. As a visitor, the $20 price for the app makes sense IF the advertisers spark your interest AND the location is convenient. Most offers are buy-one, get-one-free. Deals including Frist Art Museum, Adventure Science Museum, Belmont Mansion, Escape Game, Madame Tussauds, Nashville Zoo, Donut Distillery, and Elliston Place Soda Shop. TIP: You won’t find many downtown restaurants and definitely none of the trendy ones.
Download the pass for bundled savings on the Country Music Hall of Fame, Grayline City Tour, and approximately 30 other attractions. Could be a bargain IF the attractions align with your interests.