Though its impressive exterior and equally impressive interior lobby screams of amazing architecture, the content of The Country Music Hall of Fame's museum, sadly, is a different story all together. Instead of countless artifacts to facinate the visitor, the hall is largely filled with oversized/blown-up photographs and framed gold records, a few stage clothes and a lot of hand-written lyrics. Its permanent display and shrine to Country Music, called "Sing Me Back Home" is a HUGE disappointment. Its a lot of open space and not enough artifacts. Small glass cases house the artifacts that they do have. Currently (March 2010) they have an amazing Brenda Lee display in one room - if the entire museum was showcased like this one room, it would be worth visiting. Personally, I think The Grand Ole Opry Museum at the Grand Ole Opry is far better and totally worth visiting - AND IT IS FREE! Do yourself a favor at visit it before you pay the ludicrious price of admission at The Country Music Hall of Fame.
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