Solve A Murder On Board The Murder Mystery Train Excursion From The Tennessee Central Railway Museum In Nashville
Editor’s Note: While the Tennessee Central Railway offers many themed train rides, The Murder Mystery Excursion is not running at this time.
If you’re looking for a fun and unique adventure in Tennessee, then you should hop aboard this themed train ride in Nashville. Known for its incredibly planned trips across the state, the Tennessee Central Railway has made trekking across the state cool again. Come with a penchant for sleuthing fun, and get ready to indulge in the ride of your life.
You can purchase tickets and find more information about the different offered excursions on the Tennessee Central Railway official website.
If you’re looking for a bit more fun, make sure to check out darling Franklin, Tennessee this holiday season. It’s a truly beautiful place to explore!
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Themed Trains In Nashville
What train rides are available in Nashville?
There are lots of options for train rides on the Tennessee Central Railway. But, you will want to think in advance about many of the themed rides so you can get tickets. For instance, the Train Robbery Excursion sells out quickly. The fall foliage trip sells out way before most folks even start thinking about leaves changing color.
The Tennessee Central Railway Museum also has some nifty wine and beer tasting excursions that seem fun. The Brews and Bluegrass ride is a perfect day. You will want to order tickets far in advance for the North Pole Express Santa Excursion.
The Music City Star, also called WeGo Star, is a commuter train that runs from Nashville to Lebanon. It’s 32 miles long and has been in service since 2006. There are plans to make six more lines, each one meeting in Nashville. Many believe this will help traffic in the area and will also revitalize towns along the way.
What are some things to do in Nashville?
One place that seems a bit underrated is the Parthenon in Centennial Park. Not only is it inexpensive, but it’s amazing to boot. Nashville was often called the “Athens of the South” and this smaller replica was built to highlight that notion in 1897. If you haven’t been, you should visit! Read the article: Most People Don’t Know There’s A Little Parthenon In Nashville to find out a bit more.
If you visit Nashville and have any friends that are into food, you will have some great stories to tell. You are going to have to try Nashville Hot Chicken. There are lots of places known for making great versions, but this article claims the best can be found at Hattie B’s. I’m not quite sure about that, but it’s plenty good and authentic. Another cool place to try is a bit fancier, and it’s called the Pelican & Pig. It's pretty famous these days.
Last, wander to any local bar with a stage near wherever you are staying. You will see and hear music at a level beyond what you might experience in another city. Have fun!