Bingham Cup Day Trips
Hopefully you're coming into Nashville a couple days early or staying a few days late to explore all that Tennessee has to offer. We've partnered with Grey Line of Tennessee for three day trips to be set up before the tournament kicks off to see the sights all across the Volunteer State.
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If you're hoping to catch a glimpse of the Queen of Country Music - this might be as close as you can get. Dollywood is a family amusement park nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. In addition to the Theme Park, feel free to pack a bathing suit and enjoy Dollywood's Splash Country as well!
Note: This day trip has a group minimum of 40 and will be scheduled on Monday or Tuesday based on group preference.
The South has long been known as the home to moonshine, but also boasts an excellent selection of vineyards and distilleries. Nashville is lucky to be relatively close to two distinct distilleries, Jack Daniels and George Dickel. Remember to leave room in your suitcase to bring a souvenir home, or drink it all before you leave - up to you.
Note: This day trip has a group minimum of 22 and will be scheduled on Monday or Tuesday based on group preference.
Named to the American National Register of Historic Places in 1991, if you are or ever have been an Elvis Presley fan you will want to visit his home, Graceland, in Memphis. Many of the elements at Graceland are just as Elvis left them and gives fans an inside look of how the "King of Rock n Roll" lived.