Carriage Rides


Sugar Creek Creek carriages has a large variety of luxurious, finely detailed classy horse-carriages that is like taking a ride through time. From covered wagons, to stage coaches and Victorian carriages, these horse-drawn methods of transport will remain a memorable experience for any visit to Nashville. Drivers are dressed in vintage clothes to match the time period the carriage was built. Be sure to check online for special rates.

Local Expert tip: They also do weddings, festivals, and parties!

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Take in historic Fort Nashborough in Riverfront Park, the home of Tennessee Titans, General Jackson Showboat, or the Music City Queen paddle boat making her way down the river - all from the comfort of a classic horse and buggy. Pass the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Ryman Auditorium. Each tour lasts 30 minutes as a guide explains the rich history of Nashville.

Local Expert tip: There is not a website or phone number but you can catch a tour on Broadway and 2nd Avenue in front of Cotton Eyed Joe's.

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These luxurious carriage rides will take you places that cars cannot go - like the stunning Centennial Park,132 acres of green grass, flowers, ponds, and Parthenon. Keith Carriages is the only operation in Nashville offering such an experience. They also accommodate weddings, parties, and other special occasions on stunning white Vis-aVis carriages, and antique Victorian carriages.

Local Expert tip: Book ahead: they fill up quickly!

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Offering night carriage rides as well as shuttles between hotels or restaurants, Southern Comfort is a down-home type of business that has always had its roots in the South. use basically Belgian and Percheron draft horses for our carriages downtown. Belgian and Percheron draft horses are well groomed and the cared for in local stables, and carriages are are all replicas of the 19th century vis-a-vis.

Local Expert tip: Rates are based on four people, and are $5 extra per person.

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What's the best way to explore the city's history? Carriage rides! Attractions in downtown Nashville include the Country Music Hall of Fame, Historic Ryman Auditorium, Wild Horse Saloon, Bridgestone Arena and Riverfront Park, and a 20-minute romp through the storied streets of Music City, courtesy of a lovely horse-drawn carriage, offers visitors a sweeping view of the entertainment options available. Get the local scoop from your generous guide and then start planning your vacation itinerary!

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Are you ready for one of the most memorable carriage rides? This horse-drawn haunt begins in front of Mike's Ice Cream Parlor, but don't let the unassuming start fool you. As patrons clip clop through the streets of downtown Nashville, guides point out historic buildings renowned for the paranormal activities within, tell tales of confederate ghosts and lament the tragic tale of young Myra. It's a trip to die for (pun intended).

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Stylish carriage rides through historic downtown, enchanting Music Heritage tours and romantic riverfront rendezvous deliver novel delights for tourists seeking a peek into the past. While guides tell tales of this great city's humble beginnings or offer live renditions of beloved country tunes, patrons sit atop plush cushions, snuggle beneath cozy blankets and listen to the relaxing rhythm of the horses' hooves. Custom tours are available, too, complete with favorite historic sites or memorable toasts.

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Carriage rides are fun any time of the year, but the private Christmas Carriage Tour offered by Nashville Sightseeing is a real treat. Memories of Christmases past are sure to dance in your head as you cuddle up, sip complimentary hot chocolate and listen to the nostalgic sleigh bells' song. With holiday carols filling the air and the awe-inspiring Nashville Christmas tree to behold, even Scrooge would have a hard time saying "bah humbug.”

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