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.
From interactive exhibits to only-in-Nashville events and family-friendly programming, there's lots to see and do at the Country Music Hall of Fame
One of the world's largest museums and research centers dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of American vernacular music.
Whether you love country music or not, this museum is engaging and entertaining. From interactive exhibits to only-in-Nashville events and family-friendly programming, there's lots to see and do at the Country Music Hall of Fame
I’m really not into country music but this is worth seeing. It can be a little pricey for a museum but ask about discounts (they often have some promotion going on).
“This red-brick museum displays pictures & memorabilia from the life of music icon Johnny Cash.”
“ 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.”
“Classic art deco building houses a museum with rotating exhibitions & educational programs.”
“Visit the replica and stroll the grounds. Lots of open air festivals and other events can be found in the park.”
“Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live-performance venue located at 116 5th Avenue North, in Nashville, Tennessee. It is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974”