Ghosts of the Grand Ole Opry: Haunted Ryman Tours Taking Place For Two Nights Only- Nashville Tennessee
For more than a century the Ryman Auditorium has played host to hundreds of legendary names in music. Now you can see the Ryman like never before.
The Ryman Auditorium
The Ryman Auditorium was once the Union Gospel Tabernacle and was home to many religious gatherings, educational events, and a hot spot for entertainment. The Ryman began as a religious meeting place and eventually grew to be even bigger than imagined. The Ryman Auditorium then became the home to the show that made country music famous, the Grand Ole Opry. For nearly 31 years from 1943-1974, the Ryman was home to the Opry. The Ryman Auditorium truly has an incredible history, and has since become music's most iconic stage.
Of course with a history dating back well over a century, there are sure to be a few legends and things that go "bump" in the night at the building every now and then, and now the Ryman Auditorium is taking thrill seekers on an incredibly unique tour for two nights only.
The Haunted Ryman Auditorium History Tours
For two nights only, the Ryman will be hosting a very unique Haunted History Tour. This tour will last around 45 minutes, and will even come with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go below the stage of the iconic Ryman Auditorium.
What happens after the show is over and the stage lights go dim? Come along with us as we explore the untold history behind unexplained sightings and occurrences reported at the Ryman throughout her 131-year history. Experience a rare chance to not only walk on one of Nashville’s favorite stages but go UNDER it as well! Hear the truth behind the Ryman’s most infamous stories straight from our expert historians. Bring your friends and family for an unforgettable experience.
The two nights these tours will be offered are on July 22nd and August 4th. To see the times, and get your tickets, you can check out the Ryman Auditorium's website, here.
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