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To know the South is to know its food. Indulge your senses as you explore the deep roots that make the Southern Table renowned throughout the world. You will get a tour of the 1853 Mansion, participate in cooking Southern food classics in the original Plantation kitchen, explore the South’s largest Smoke House, and the family Herb Garden (in season). So if you are looking for an exceptional Culinary Tour in Nashville or a corporate team-building activity, this is the tour for you!
The time of this tour depends on the size of your group.
15-40 guests – 2 hours
40-60 guests – 3 hours
60-80 guests – 3 3/4 hours
80-100 guests – 4 1/2 hours
$45.00 per guest with a 15 count minimum. Offered Monday through Friday. If you arrive by motor-coach, we will compensate the bus driver and one group leader once the minimum is met.
Note: Lunch may be included for a total tour package of $65.00 per guest with a 20 count minimum (this price includes the guided tour of the Mansion, Kitchen demonstration/sampling, complimentary wine tasting, salad, entree, dessert and drink.) Please allow an additional hour for Lunch.
Please call for after hours pricing.
To Schedule a Group Culinary Tour:
For reservations, please call our Group Sales Department at 615-356-0501 ext. 135. You may also e-mail us at email@example.com
Check out the video below for a preview of all group options!
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