You can only see Studio B if you buy the Platinum ticket ($35 vs $24 just for the Museum) at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (a must see). Spaces are limited but you can reserve spots for another day if they're filled the day you visit. The tour is only about an hour but so interesting and well done. You take a shuttle from the Hall of Fame over to Music Row. The building is much smaller than I thought it would be. Our guide was very enthusiastic and shared a lot of information about the artists who recorded there, especially Elvis who recorded about 100 of his songs there. You can even sit at the piano he used during recordings which was pretty cool (even though I'm not a huge Elvis fan). She also gave a lot of information about Music Row and today's artists. (sorry, can't remember her name)
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