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Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum

222 Fifth Avenue South

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is operated by the non-profit, educational Country Music Foundation (CMF). The mission of the CMF is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences. Functioning as a local history museum and as an international arts organization, the CMF serves visiting and non-visiting audiences including fans, students, scholars, members of the music industry, and the general public - in the Nashville area, the nation and world.


Nikki McGuire

Friday, July 20, 2018
Love love love!! My husband is a huge fan of old country so this activity catered to him. But we ALL enjoyed it. We used an access pass we got at the visitor center and selected this as one of our 4 places. Definitely glad we did! So much to see...I think we sort of rushed through but we thoroughly enjoyed it!

Gregory Easton

Monday, Aug. 6, 2018
We had a great time. Lots of information from multiple decades of country music. I enjoyed several cars and motorcycles on display. I quick walk through you will need about 1 hour. We spent about 3 hours and captured the majority of the displays. Definitely worth seeing if in Nashville. Parking was slightly difficult to find and had to drive around block once.

Brand Inlow

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
This is a very nice facility with a vast array of country music history and memorabilia. We visited on a July Friday afternoon and it was nice respite to very hot weather. Cost is high, $25 or more per head, but it is a good return on your entertainment dollar. I personally enjoyed checking out all the vintage acoustic instruments on display. Three floors of amazing displays and information on all the great country stars. A must see if you are visiting Nashville.

Teresa Tysinger

Monday, July 16, 2018
If you're ever in Nashville, this is a must-do! We recently moved to the area and already purchased an annual pass so we can come back and see different exhibits throughout the year. You'll see displays on everything from the earliest days of country music to today's newest stars. One thing that's nice is many exhibits are done in a way that even if there's a crowd you can experience it -- thanks to mounted screens, speakers, etc. Then, of course, nothing beats viewing the wall of hit records standing in the actual hall of fame!

Matt Latsha

Monday, July 2, 2018
If you're a fan of country music, this ought to be considered a Mecca. From the earliest days of the sound clear up to the modern day. From early country stars like Hank Williams, The Carter Family, and Jimmie Rodgers, to starts of the 1960s and '70s, like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, through the 1990s hits like Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks, all the way up to today. The exhibits take up two floors, with much of the rotating material on the third floor. As there was much crossover in the 1960s, you'll find quite a bit about early rocks stars, especially Elvis, which crossed over a lot. An important start for anyone wanting to learn about country in Nashville, the Country Music Hall of Fame is a cool jaunt.

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