The tour continues to show the security desk and the post office which holds all the mailboxes to the singers who are members of the Opry. (They probably do get a lot of mail there! but the boxes didn't seem to be full.)
The tour then leads you into the rooms backstage where the stars can change and relax until time to go on stage. The green room is especially interesting with a wide screen television showing all of the action on stage and multiple chairs, couches and tables to relax and enjoy a cup of coffee or lemonade and hear the live show. on the walls of the green room are a lot of memorabilia showing things that happened at the Opry in days gone by and the many country music stars who have visited.
The different dressing rooms surround the green room including the Jimmy Dickens room, the Sarah Cannon room, the guests rooms, Porter Wagoner old room etc....very interesting for the country music fan.
Then your journey leads you on to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry where you pass the old pew seating for the backstage guests, the podium where the announcer leads the action, and finally to the original circle in the floor brought over from the original Ryman Auditorium. You can get your picture made in front of the microphone standing center stage at the Grand Ole Opry and get pictures of any and all rooms, memorabilia etc....just don't bring a video camera, as they are not allowed. The admission to the backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry was $17.50 and my guests really enjoyed the entire tour. I hope that you and your guests enjoy it too!!