Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum, Nashville

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Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum, Nashville - Address, Phone Number

Address: 222 5th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203, United States

Phone: +1-6154162001

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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If you want to understand the depth and gravity of country music, plan a trip to an acclaimed gallery. There is a widespread appeal to country music and people flock to see this museum. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum conserves history and traditions.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum houses innumerable American treasures. It is considered to be a history museum and an international arts society. Admirers, pupils, academics and members of the music industry consider this to be an ideal place. This new building’s exterior has images of music which draws you in. The windows mirror the formation of piano keys. There is a diamond shaped radio mast and round discs surrounding the tower resembling discs. From the air, the building is in the shape of a bass clef. It is very motivational for dedicated visitors who can enjoy a variety of displays. It’s a self-guided tour so take time in admiring the exhibits.

You can skip the interactive exhibits, and try your hand at some creative kiosks. It is airy, bright and open. It is not overcrowded, so start from the third floor and work your way down. This museum is recommended to everyone.

Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Information

  • No food or drink is allowed inside the museum galleries.
  • No flash photography is allowed inside the museum.
  • No video recording is allowed in the museum.
  • The Audio Tour is available for $5 when not purchased in a package at the Museum.
  • It is wheelchair friendly and need an ID proof for the wheelchair to be checked out.
  • Purchase your ticket package on our website.
  • Be sure to print your document with the barcode and bring it with you.
  • They have group discounts as well as for military and AAA.

How To reach Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum by Public Transport

  • Demonbreun St & 5th Ave NB
  • Bus: 1, 34, 61

Restaurants Near Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum

  • Two Twenty Two Grill & Catering: American
  • Al Taglio: Pizza
  • Kitchen Notes: Breakfast
  • Farmhouse Restaurant: American

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  • Didn't have enough time to see the whole thing, but this was a very well done museum. Even the non-country fans left feeling a new admiration and appreciation. I'm now a huge Loretta Lynn fan. What an awesome exhibit!

  • This was our first visit to the country music hall of fame. I had always wanted to come here. We also did the optional Studio B tour. I absolutely loved it here. What a great tribute to country music. The exhibits and facility are top notch. Must see place for all country music fans.

  • Not only is this unique place a must-visit for out-of-towners, as a local, it really encapsulates the heart of Nashville and feels like home. The displays are well curated, the building design is distinguished, and on top of being a great museum, there's also fantastic archival work happening here for country music. The museum is exemplary of what a non-profit of this kind should be. In addition to the museum, there's a neat print-shop and great food in this building as well. It's worth a visit for sure!

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  • Great learning about the history of country. There were a variety of exhibits to learn from. There were audio tours available. The self guided was nice as you were able to move thru on your own pace. Great experience! This is a must see in Nashville!

  • Extremely informative and we enjoyed it very much. They hit you with so much information it's hard to take it all in so try to allow at least 3 hours for your visit. I especially liked all the stories about how the musicians modified those old guitars to get a particular sound. What a trip. They wrote the book that defined the part that goes 'this is how it's done '.

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