Established in 1961 to preserve the history and traditions of country music, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum features rotating exhibits and frequent live performances by some of the genre's top artists. The museum holds a collection of video clips and recorded music, put together to illustrate the story of country music as it evolved over the years. Just seeing the exterior of the keyboard-shaped building in the heart of the city may rank high on your itinerary, but don't miss a chance to spend a little time exploring the museum's oral history exhibits, containing over 600 interviews with songwriters, producers, and performers. The museum also features an on-site gift shop and restaurant. Arrange your visit to Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Nashville using our Nashville trip itinerary site .
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Reviews
Not only did we visit the museum but we added a tour of Studio B which was fascinating to see where Elvis and others recorded and where history was made. more »
I was expecting a lot more memorabilia and information on Country Music! The museum needs a coherent detailed path so that visitors don't miss important information. more »
If you're a country music fan, you'll love this place. If you're not, you'll still enjoy it. Lots to see and learn about. The hall of fame room is cool. Love all the Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson stuff. Super fun place to go. I think it was $25 and it was definitely worth the money.
The country music hall of fame focused on the country singers of the past. There was short video clips and audio to participate in. The entire place was easy to maneuver. Plenty of room for wheelchairs or strollers. It took around 2 hours to walk the exhibits and listen to most of the music. The building had a few places to get food and drinks. There was also multiple bathrooms on each floor.
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