Groups on Tennessee getaway in search of an extra-sensory evening activity will want to check out Nashville Ghost Tours! A variety of intriguing options get you and your travel partners after-dark face time with the mysterious and macabre side of Music City. Be regaled with intoxicatingly intriguing tales of Nashville’s past as you visit “spirited” taverns; enter at your own risk and feel free to enjoy a beverage while you “meet” your guides and clink a toast –to ghosts! Hop into a converted hearse and embark on a 60-minute tour of some of Nashville’s most infamous “haunted” sites, or opt to scare that big dinner off with a narrated lantern-lit 90 minute trek through the city’s most notoriously “occupied” landmarks. Be regaled with terrifying tales surrounding Ryman Auditorium, Printer’s Alley and the Tennessee State Capitol, visit Nashville’s oldest-and scariest- cemetery, meet the ghosts of Union Station and learn the sordid details of a “Murder on Music Row.” Experience firsthand the nervous rush of anticipation and spine-tingling chills of stepping into documented haunts; decide for yourself if it’s more than “just your imagination.” Don’t forget your camera – you’ll want to capture sightings – and remember to wear comfortable shoes, in case beating a hasty retreat is your only “recourse”!