Opryland

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This expansive entertainment complex presents the Grand Ole Opry, the world's longest-running live radio show, created in 1943. It is recorded in the Grand Ole Opry House, a high-tech 4 400-seat venue with Hollywood-calibre lighting. Today the Opry continues to draw crowds for its weekend shows. There is a backstage tour for those who are interested in getting a glimpse behind the scenes. Nearby, the huge Gaylord Opryland hotel is an attraction in its own right.

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Address:

2804 Opryland Drive, 37214 Nashville

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