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Fontanel Mansion is a 27,000 square foot log home formerly owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member Barbara Mandrell, and is Nashville's only country music mansion tour giving visitors a sneak peek into the lives of country music greats. The home...more
Me and 2 girlfriends since first grade 56 years ago went yesterday we had Seth as our guide he was great was just us he told us cool info answered all our ???? I’m a huge Nashville tv show fan it has filmed there as...More
I've been wanting to come to Fontanel since I first saw it on the Travel Channel. And we were not disappointed. Our bus driver was entertaining, as was Seth, our tour guide who is an aspiring musician. Learned not only about the Mandrell family, but...More
First off our guide was terrific. He never told us his name but was a young guy who sings at night in clubs. There were only 4 of us on the tour which made it nice. He actually took us to a few places in...More
We were here in July 2018 with a Groupon. We arrived for first tour of the day and had no issues whatsoever. We really enjoyed Fontanel, but I do have 2 interpretations of it.
1) It is touted as Barbara Mandrell's mansion. While technically Barbara...More
This was a nice tour of the home or mansion of Barbara Mandrell and her family. This 27,000 square foot log home was home to this entertainer and her family for 18 years. You enter the reception at the front door and then go into...More
We had so much fun on this tour! The house is AMAZING! Even my teenage kids enjoyed it & they had no idea who Barbara Mandrell is. Our tour guide was so fun with all the little stories that went along with everything. The air...More
We took the tour and were amazed on all the sights. There are guitars from lots of different artist that are signed and you can pick them up and play with them if you like. Jerry Lee Lewis' Great Balls of Fire piano is also...More
This tour was one of our favorite things we did on our trip. There’s a store and winery where you wait for the bus to take you to the mansion. The people there are nice and they have cute decorations and plants around the place....More
Tired of the same old plantations? Go check this place out, lots of entertainment history, great items on display, and an overall fun experience. All tour guides are local Musicians, and ours gave us some great recommendations on where to see specific genre's. I will...More