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Premium Nashville family-friendly city tours right now? Puppet City Tours is the new hot Nashville attraction, a guided walking tour in Nashville with puppetry and storytelling for tourists and locals. It is owned and operated by Joshua Sellers and Casey Peavey and with experienced local tour guides and professional puppeteers. Recently they launched a new walking tour that is family-friendly in downtown Nashville. The tour is led by a puppet and is one of a kind. There are many options for family activities for tourists such as the zoo or museums, but there is no walking tour that is family inclusive – fun for grade school children and adults alike. Find additional details on Nashville tours with puppets.

Nashville artist Zoe Teets masterfully crafts every life-sized puppet used on tours. Each puppet has its own personality, backstory and voice to help create a fully immersive experience for our guests. By the end of the tour, you’ll believe the puppets are as real as the puppeteers!

Joshua Sellers is the creative force behind Puppet City Tours. He has experience as a puppeteer through many children’s theaters and companies. As a trained Shakespearean actor and performer, Josh discovered a passion and joy for puppetry. With hundreds of tours under his belt, he is a popular and highly rated Nashville tour guide as well. Josh has also been featured as a storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesboro, TN.

Other Nashville attractions that can be visited during the family-friendly Nashville tours with puppets : Founded in 1779, Nashville began building its reputation as the capital of country music almost 100 years ago with the creation of the radio station dedicated to the Grand Ole Opry. The city is now home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Music Row. One of the most popular music-themed walks is the Music City Walk of Fame located on Nashville’s “Music Mile.” Keep walking to one of Nashville’s greenway trails that includes spans over the Cumberland River: John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge and Cumberland River Pedestrian Bridge. Another popular attraction and wandering place is Bicentennial Capitol Mall. Grab a beverage and pastry from the adjacent Nashville Farmers Market.

The Hermitage was the home of America’s seventh president, Andrew Jackson. The estate is one of the most picturesque spots in Nashville. Located 16 miles from downtown, the Hermitage was originally constructed in 1819 and rebuilt 25 years later after a devastating fire. Visitors to the Hermitage experience the place as it would have looked when Jackson lived here from 1837 to 1845. The mansion includes a museum with exhibits of Jackson’s private and public lives. Participate in a formal guided tour of the property. Other fun activities include wagon rides and themed events such as ghost tours. The grounds are well maintained and include the burial site of Jackson and his wife. Visit the nearby Tulip Grove Mansion, the one-time home of family members Emily and Andrew Jackson Donelson. Find more details on