Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
The mission of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences.
This is a must see when in Nashville! Be sure to tour Studio B, where Elvis and all of the greats recorded!
The building adds a strikingly modern touch to the Nashville skyline and is situated at the epicenter of the city’s rapidly growing core. The world's largest research center dedicated to a single form of American music, the Hall of Fame provides guests with an in-depth look at the people, places,…
An EXCELLENT museum that I'd love to go to again and again! Great for adults, and even will keep children's attention!
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a top rated place to visit for those visiting Nashville
“Uncover the enigma behind The Man in Black with a visit to The Johnny Cash Museum. The museum, which opened in April 2013, boasts the world’s largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia, including films, handwritten notes and letters penned by Cash himself along with more than 25 costumes made famous during the music legend’s career. Exhibits spotlight different periods in Cash’s life, including his years in the Air Force, his marriage to June Carter and his famous prison concert tour. And because the museum is officially endorsed by the Cash family, you can bet you’ll stumble across other personal mementos not available to the public anywhere else, like a stone wall excavated from Johnny and June’s Hendersonville Lake House that’s been repurposed into one of the exhibits. Johnny Cash fans loved the wealth of information on display at this museum.”
“ the venue that started it all. It was the Ryman -- “the Mother Church of Country Music” -- that first started attracting names like Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, and George Jones, securing Nashville’s status as the American center of country music. The Ryman remains a country music mecca, but as one of the city’s most dazzling concert-going experiences, has also hosted everyone from the Foo Fighters to Janelle Monae. Even if you don’t make it to a concert, it’s at least worth taking the time for a brief tour. Check their homepage for concerts and dates.”
“The Frist Art Museum opened in April 2001 and has since hosted touring exhibitions from some of the most prestigious collections in the world, as well as award-winning shows organized in-house. Exhibitions change every few months, so plan to visit often to see what’s new.”
“This is a real scale of the Parthenon in Athens Greece. it is only 15 miles away from this house. ”
“One of Nashville's signature historical country music landmarks, best known to some, as the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. On this tour, you'll learn what brings performers to the Ryman Auditorium today is what attracted so many great entertainers throughout its history. The beauty of a well-seasoned performance hall, like that of a fine vintage instrument, cannot be reproduced. The Ryman’s acoustics, built to project the voice of Sam Jones so long ago, are among the finest in the world. Today, the Ryman remains true to its diverse entertainment legacy, hosting concerts of all genres by a new generation of entertainers and a new generation of audiences.”