from wikipedia: Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live performance venue, located at 116 5th Avenue North, in Nashville, Tennessee and is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. Entrance was $21 and the venue opens at 9 AM The tour starts with a great Audio Visual Tour of the […]
This is pretty much an all day event if you are interested in history. There are 3 basic components. The Visitor Center where you can get the Audio Equipment and watch a <20 min video about the live of Andrew Jackson plus a hall with artifacts and more details of him and his wife. The […]
We visited the Parthenon in Nashville and were not disappointed. I am not a big fan of Art Museum and was a bit disappointed with the first floor. Don’t get me wrong, great artwork but just not my thing. As I walked through one Picture caught my eye and I thought to myself “that looks […]
Next to the Willie Nelson Museum was Cooter’s Place, a gift shop/museum dedicated to the Dukes of Hazard. Entrance was free but it cost $5 to have your picture taken inside the General Lee. The Museum contained mostly merchandize from the TV series and some “REBEL” wear… Plenty of Southern Flags, MAGA and 2nd Amendment […]
4/25/2018 We planned to go into down and visit the Johnny Cash Museum. Work had different plans for me and we ran out of time. We decided to visit the much closer Willie Nelson and Friends Museum. Cute little Museum inside a giftshop. It contains mostly Photos of Willies ( and his friends ) but […]
Although we did not like the Aquarium in NOLA that much and were done in 40 min ( walking slowly ) the Video the GoPro software created with the sniplets I took turned out pretty good…but dont be fooled the place is still not worth the money.
We decided to take a guided walking tour of the historic part of New Orleans. After work we made it from St Bernard StatePark to the Basin Station Visior Center parked for $5 and marched down St Louis street to Decatur. The tour started at the Cafe Beignet on Decatur. Our guide Dave was very […]