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The Johnny Cash Museum features the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, films and much more. We feature a Bongo Java Coffee...more
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My hubby is a huge Johnny Cash fan while I am not, so I accompanied him for this tour. Even I was touched (brought to tears actually...and you will be too...remember I told you). The information in this tiny museum is extensive, the challenge being...More
If you like Johnny Cash this will give you a good overview. Takes about an hour to an hour and a half depending how long you wanna spend. Cost is reasonable about $20. Not a big museum but there is enough music and exhibits to...More
It's a little bit pricey. Almost $70.00 for 3 people. The Patsy Cline museum is upstairs but is not included in that price. Was a little bit bummed to hear that. There is a lot of reading to this museum, but it was very interesting...More
The Johnny Cash Museum is a well organized trip through the music and life of Johnny Cash. As we read about his accomplishments and the songs that he made famous, memories of the pleasurable times we spent enjoying his music on the radio, via CDs...More
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There is tons to see and read, but on the day we were there, it was so crowded, we couldn't possibly take the time to read all there was to appreciate. It is small, so if it is super crowded and you have to keep moving, it... More
There is tons to see and read, but on the day we were there, it was so crowded, we couldn't possibly take the time to read all there was to appreciate. It is small, so if it is super crowded and you have to keep moving, it won't take 2 hours. The time you spend there is entirely up to how much you want to read and take in each exhibit.