Chattanooga: Tennessee Valley Railroad Train Ride
- Duration: 55 minutes
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Our guide was excellent. Unfortunately, it was drizzling rain, and with the COVID restrictions, we didn't see or do much. We got out of the bus at Victorian Village to look at the outside of a house and got out at the Lorraine Hotel. We didn't even go by the Orpheum Theater, Gibson Guitar Factory (which I think no longer exists), or historic Cotton Row, nor did we go into the Peabody Hotel or Lansky Brothers. We did have lunch at Central BBQ, which was good. I'm not sure I would recommend this tour as long as COVID restrictions are in place.
Loved seeing the neighborhoods, but the guide was more about the history of the battle to win Nashville, then explaining who could live in the huge mansions. Sometimes he would point and tell the story about the star, but was too late and past by it to take a picture. I was lukewarm with the tour.
My three grandkids said it was the favorite tour we did in Nashville. Roy was our guide and told us a lot of trivia about Nashville and about the history of Nashville. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour. I would definitely recommend the tour and oy Ur guide Roy.
Our tour guide Kevin did a great job teaching us that had never risen a Segway before how to do so safely. The locations we toured was wonderful, sights we have not seen before on our many trips to Chattanooga . We would definitely do this tour again.
Very informational, our guide Nick was great! Very knowledgeable of the City’s history. Lots of great photo opportunities along the way. Great tips on restaurants and ice cream shops.