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Reviewed April 10, 2016

Nashville had, and still has, an amazing pool of talented studio musicians. This is a museum dedicated to them. My husband is a huge music fan and was familiar with a lot of them, I was not, so it wasn't as interesting to me. The interactive displays were informative and entertaining, as was the Grammy pavilion.

Date of experience: April 2016
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Amy H, Public Relations Manager at Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 11, 2016

Thank you for your feedback and we're glad you enjoyed your visit to our museum!

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Reviewed April 9, 2016

To be honest I was a bit disappointed in this museum. When you have seen one guitar after another I found it rather boring. We did go there by accident thinking that it was the Country Music hall of fame, so our fault to start with

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank Barbara E
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Amy H, Public Relations Manager at Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 11, 2016

We are sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your visit to our museum. We do play towards avic music lovers, as we focus on studio musicians who have played on thousands of iconic albums, but may not have been as well known to the public. Thank you for your feedback!

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Reviewed April 8, 2016

This was the second of the 2 tours we took. This is done at your own pace. If you are a musician you will enjoy this place.

Date of experience: April 2016
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Reviewed April 8, 2016

We learned a lot and had fun learning. Each stage is hands on and informative. We needed more than 2 hours there. Staff was great, parking is close by.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank Amanda C
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Amy H, Public Relations Manager at Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 11, 2016

Thank you very much for your feedback; we're glad you enjoyed your visit!
Sincerely,
Amy Holm
Public Relations Director

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Reviewed April 8, 2016

The Musicians Hall of Fame goes beyond the typical Country Music history that you might expect of Nashville, and is the lesser-known, multi-genre equivalent to the Country Music Hall of Fame. We visited here with friends who were not Country fans but liked the idea of some music history.

Do not be put off when you walk in - once you have found your way to the entrance (tucked around the back), you are greeted by a large, fairly empty space. It was very quiet when we were visiting.

After entry, you wait to be taken through to a video which gives a brief history of music in some key areas - Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta to name a few, Then you leave and enter the museum itself, which is a far cry from the emptiness in the entrance!

The walls are packed with memorabilia and information, and the museum is roughly organieed by "sound" or genre of music. I think our younger friends would have liked more current musicians featured, as the museum definitely focused on 30s-60s as its key time frame, which might not necessarily have been clear from the name. Definitely covers classic artists!

The highlight for us was the new Grammy exhibition where we spent most of our time. This gives you a chance to play instruments, experiment with distortions and other features, sing, be a sound engineer or mixer and have a drum lesson from Ringo Starr! The exhibit is really new but is sure to transform the museum. It is very interactive and will appeal to younger visitors.

We hadn't really planned to visit here but I am glad we did, especially the Grammy section.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank Rachel E
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Amy H, Public Relations Manager at Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, responded to this reviewResponded April 11, 2016

Thank you very much for your thorough and thoughtful feedback! We are glad that you enjoyed your experience and hope to see you again sometime!

Sincerely,
Amy Holm
Director of Public Relations

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