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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of this popular American art form, safeguarding over 2.5 million artifacts, with two expansive floors of gallery space featuring permanent- and limited- engagement exhibits. The Country Music...more
All reviews country music studio b bob dylan audio tour gold records few hours great exhibits interactive exhibits on display take your time three floors couple of hours own pace great place to visit johnny cash beautiful building lots of history
You just can't go to Nashville without seeing the Country Music Hall of Fame. It's the core of the city and is what makes Nashville famous. The museum does a nice job of walking you through the history of country music. It also displayed all...More
Very nicely display and set out. Make sure you allocate 3 - 4 hours to get through everything. We did the Studio B tour as well that departs from the Country Hall of Fame, well worth it - a famous person was on the tour...More
I am a Nashville native so I wasn't sure what to expect. I was VERY impressed!! The exhibits were set up great. They had some very unique displays. The layout of the museum was was easy to navigate through. My kids even enjoyed it!! We...More
I am not a huge country music fan although I do have some favorite country entertainers. This was a pleasant surprise. The exhibits are very well done and we were quite surprised when 2 hours had passed. We also took the Studio B tour which...More
Had fun touring this - just across from Bridgestone Arena. Nice rotating exhibits will make us want to re-visit. Didn’t use the headphone tour so not sure that it was need. Kind of pricey for a museum - $25.
Honky-Tonk street are great all night long. But for the day, the Country Music Hall of Fame along with Johnny Cash Museum is superb. Visiting the Wax Museum across
from the Grand Old Oprey also should be on the list to visit. The General Jackson...More
I stopped in at Bajo Sexto Tacos, in the same building as the Country Music Hall of Fame. But I did not have a taco. In stead, I had a carnitas cobb salad, which had a lot of kale and .BBQ meat in a not-too-spicy...More
I like music and I enjoy country music when it is on the radio, but I was doubtful about the Hall of Fame and Museum. It was great. The information was interesting, left me wanting more, so I read more when I got home. The...More
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Tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum do not sell out, since the museum is self-guided. Our guided tours of RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print, may sometimes sell out since our guided tours are limited with... More
Tickets to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum do not sell out, since the museum is self-guided. Our guided tours of RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print, may sometimes sell out since our guided tours are limited with how many guests we can accept per tour.