COVID-19 Safety Protocols You Can Expect on Your Visit

Ryman Tours

Have you heard? The Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Auditorium are open for tours once again. Our hallowed halls missed you and we can’t wait to welcome you once again.

Your safety and the safety of our team is top of mind during these unpredictable days, so we’ve put measures in place at every key touchpoint. Here’s what you can expect on your next visit to music’s most exciting Nashville venues.

New COVID-19 Protocols for Your Tour

  • Wear a mask
    For your safety and to protect everyone around you, masks are required during your visit to the Opry and the Ryman. If you don’t have a mask, we’ll be happy to provide one for you.
  • Limited hours & reduced capacity
    We’ve modified our hours and limited the number of guests during every tour to minimize exposure. Be sure to book your tour ahead of time or check with the venue to ensure your spot.
  • Practice social distancing
    Prepare to observe social distancing when visiting and touring our spaces. Keep a distance of at least 6 feet between yourself and others at all times for your safety and the safety of everyone around you.
  • Stringent cleaning
    We’ve elevated our cleaning protocols, and we’re cleaning high-touchpoint areas frequently throughout each day to keep our guests and our staff safe.
  • Pay attention to your health
    If you’re feeling ill or experiencing any of the following symptoms, please refrain from visiting the Opry or the Ryman, and could include: cough, fever, shortness of breath, and other symptoms of illness.

We’re committed to providing a safe and clean environment for your next visit. Ready to plan your tour? We’re excited to host you.

Book your visit to the Grand Ole Opry and the iconic Ryman Auditorium today.