Where does the tour take place?
The tour begins at Alley Taps on the Famous Printers Alley, then takes you down to the Honky Tonks on Broadway and ends at historic Second Avenue (Wild Horse Saloon).
What is the tour’s starting location?
Alley Taps on Printers Alley. (The portion of the alley between Church and Commerce Street.) Please arrive 30 minutes early for your tour. They will have some drink specials ready for you.
What is included in the tour?
The tour includes cocktails, craft beer, food and sweets samples, as well as an entertaining guide, amazing stories on the history of Nashville, contests, and a Nash Giveaway Pack at the end.
How many stops are there?
The tour stops at 4-6 pubs and establishments along the tour, depending on group size and the pace everyone desires.
Do we walk or ride?
Participants walk between bars. They are only a short distance apart.
What if it rains?
The tour goes on, rain or shine because participants are outside so little, and the bars are so close together. Just bring a coat or umbrella if you think you may encounter inclement weather.
How many people are in the groups?
Typically, The Ville Tours will have at least 4 to 15 guests on the tour.
Can I tip the guide?
Tips are always welcome and appreciated.
What should I bring?
Comfortable shoes, a camera for pictures, and your I.D. (bars will card). International guests should bring a passport because some bars do not accept an international driver's license for proof of age. The Ville Tours asks that you eat before the pub crawl. You will receive several food samples on the tour, but not a full course meal. Participants are at each bar a short time, so waiting for food may hold up the group.
Is drinking required?
Never, just a party spirit. Even though this is a pub crawl, the main emphasis is delivering a great time and sending you away with a little knowledge of Nashville’s colorful past. Done in a relaxing setting. Although you do need to be over 21.
Are pets allowed on the tour?
Only service animals as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are allowed to accompany any guests on this tour.