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Historic RCA Studio B--once the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and The Everly Brothers--is both a classroom for Nashville area students and a popular cultural attraction. First made available...more
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We thoroughly enjoyed our visit the other week to Studio B. We had bought a combo Hall of Fame Museum and Studio B tour and were pleased with everything. The tour guide was very good, telling us stories and giving us the opportunity to hear...More
Tickets for the Studio B Tour can be purchased in combination with tickets for the Country Music Hall of Fame, or separately if you like. The Studio B Tour is well organized and nicely presented. It's incredible to know you are, for a brief time,...More
I'm not a huge music fan, but this was very entertaining. One of the original recording studios for Elvis, the Everly Brothers, and Dolly Parton, this informative and efficient tour opened my eyes to the history of Nashville - and TN - music and the...More
Our guide was terrific. He focused a lot on Elvis but that’s because he recorded so much there. I don’t know if everyone would feel it was worth the price, but if you have any interest in music history or just having a sense of...More
Access to the Country Hall of Fame Museum was well worth the visit. Great display of all the great and good in the country and western music industry.
BUT the RCA Studio B tour was a complete waste of time. The tour guide spend nearly...More
We did the RCA tour through the CMHOF and it was worth the add on. It's a unique experience to stand in the same room as so many great people. To be able to touch the piano that was the source of so many Elvis...More
Don't miss this while in Nashville. It's a top of the list must see. You meet your guide at the Country Hall of Fame and Museum and take a small bus over to the studio and back. Our docent knew so many facts; he would...More
The tour guide was very informative and enthusiastic. There was good information about the current strength of the country music industry in Nashville.
The studio has played to host to some very significant artists, not least Elvis Presley. A good appreciation of the technical elements...More
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If you schedule the 2:30 pm tour, you will be back to the museum at approximately 3:30 pm. We suggest at least 2 hours for the museum and we close the galleries promptly at 5 pm. So, starting in the museum after... More
If you schedule the 2:30 pm tour, you will be back to the museum at approximately 3:30 pm. We suggest at least 2 hours for the museum and we close the galleries promptly at 5 pm. So, starting in the museum after the 2:30 pm Studio B tour, would not leave much time to see everything.