You Can Take A Boozy Ride On This 1950s-Themed Nashville Wine Train In April
Whiskey and craft beer too!
No matter what event you're going to, wine always makes it better. But when it's the focus of an event, that's even better. That's why so many people love taking a trip on a wine train in Tennessee.
The Tennessee Whiskey & Wine Train is right around the corner, and this is one Nashville event you don't want to miss. It's a boozy six-hour trip takes you through Upper Cumberland to the Carthage Junction and then back again.
You'll get the chance to ride in aAmerican Steel Streamliner passenger train. Because of that, a lot of people tend to dress up in their best '50s outfits, which makes the day even more fun.
This event is going to take place on Saturday, April 25, so mark your calendar now. The train boards at 11 a.m. and departs at 11:30 a.m. sharp.
You'll be back to Nashville around 5 p.m., so you can head to any otheryou may have planned for the evening.
You can buy your tickets now. They range from $109.95 to $135 depending on when you buy. There are also first-class tickets available for $250 each.
On the train, you can indulge in a variety of. You'll get to choose from whiskey samples, craft beer and wine, so don't be afraid to drink up.
There will be a catered lunch served halfway though the event, so you won't get too hungry. And with live bands playing up and down the aisles, you're certainly not going to get bored on your journey.
Don't forget that this event is only for passengers 21 years old and over.
You can get your tickets for this ride of a lifetime now!
Tennessee Whiskey & Wine Train
When: April 25
Address: 220 Willow St., Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: You can sip boozy drinks on this 1950s-style train.