One of the longest-running and most well-known opries is the Mountain Opry on Signal Mountain, TN.
The Mountain Opry is alive with the sound of music every Friday evening from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Enjoy bluegrass, vintage country, and old-time music, as well as an occasional choral group, dulcimer duo, or Civil War-era brass band.
Keep in mind:
Stage is not accessible to persons using wheelchairs.
Directions: The Mountain Opry is located on Fairmont Pike off Taft Highway (Highway 27) on Signal Mountain. From Chattanooga, take Highway 27 (Corridor J) across the Olgiati Bridge to the North, then exit on Highway 127, toward Signal Mountain. Highway 127 curves up the front of Signal Mountain, then straightens out on top of Walden Ridge. Go straight North on top of the plateau on Taft Highway, about 7 miles to the town of Walden, then make a 'Y' right on Fairmont Pike. The Opry is three blocks on the left.
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