Lots of great country music history to see. The young one had a blast with the Taylor Swift Educational Center and the teens loved the Blake Shelton exhibit. The adults just loved reliving the past!
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Was one of the first places we booked when planning a trip to Nashville. So much nostalgia here could spend hours just looking at everything.
Been here several times before but they keep changing exhibits. This time they had a whole wall of Blake Shelton memorabilia and clothes. Get there early to avoid the crowds
Parts of this I really enjoyed and others I skipped through. I am not a fan of the real old country and skipped through it. But much of it I really did enjoy. It's neat looking at the belongings of the singers and their awards...More
I could spend all day here due to the music history, memorabilia, and videos. It is an amazing collection and the wall of gold/platinum record albums is mesmerizing. If you love country music, it is a must in Nashville.
we recently attended CMA Fest in Nashville and had one day after the event. So, I sauntered over to the Country Music Hall of Fame and spent a delightful three hours! The museum is a beautiful facility. There are a number of permanent exhibits that...More
I'm not a country music fan so take my review with a grain of salt. Not what I expected. On display were clothes/ costumes/shoes/awards/cars. Some of it was cool to see. I really enjoyed the Dylan Cash exhibit. It took me about 80 minutes to...More
This is a must-see attraction when in Nashville. Even if one doesn't particularly listen to country music, there are names there that everyone will know - such as Elvis. You can see Elvis's piano, and his cadillac both which are cool. I would highly recommend...More
If you are a fan of country music, you will love this place. It is a country music mecca. Great exhibits throughout. While not a huge fan myself I went along with my hubby and enjoyed seeing all the history of the legends and some...More