Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

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  • MJ
    "Amazing even for lukewarm country music fan."(6 Tips)
    Laurie S.
    "out the music history check out brunch on Sunday..."(3 Tips)
    Kirsten H.
    "It is so worth it to spend $35 and go on the RCA studio B Tour."(2 Tips)
    Allison K.
    "Get the audio tour."(3 Tips)
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  • Kirsten H.
    Kirsten HancockMay 29, 2013
    It is so worth it to spend $35 and go on the RCA studio B Tour. It includes museum and audio your also. Plan to spend 3 hrs if you do the RCA tour or 2 hrs if no RCA.
    Upvoted May 21
  • Theresa R.
    Theresa RoldanApril 3, 2016
    Definitely worth stopping by if you're in the city. It's a pretty cool music with some great stuff, and we happened to stop by when they had live music.
  • JBL
    JBLJune 4, 2013
    It's a must-see. If you're a big country music fan, this is the place for you. From intricate exhibits covering every angle of country music to s sprawling gift shop, there's something for everyone.
  • Laurie S.
    Laurie SheinkopfSeptember 26, 2012
    Besides checking out the music history check out brunch on Sunday...I love brunch that is great and inexpensive...check it out your taste buds will thanks you
  • Duncan H.
    Duncan HowsleyAugust 25, 2014
    Really fantastic museum - completely worth the visit and the entry fee even if you're not a country music fan.
  • Luis A.
    Luis AugustoMay 16, 2013
    The hall of fame room at the top of the stairs is really cool, when you stand in the center under the big spike, you get slapback echo from your voice that makes it sound amplified.
  • Academy of Country Music
    Academy of Country MusicNovember 26, 2012
    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. A must-see when in Nashville!
  • Stacey
    StaceyApril 22, 2016
    I'm not into country music but there is a lot to learn here about the origins of the genre and its influence throughout American culture. You won't be disappointed.
  • Nashville Gray Line Tours
    This museum is a must-see. With the new expansion, the museum is more interactive than ever. Be sure to check out the replica of Taylor Swift's tour bus!
  • Jayna Y.
    Jayna YoungJuly 23, 2013
    If you love country music, you're gonna love this museum! Allow at least 2 1/2 hrs to see all three floors without rushing, or if it's a but crowded.
  • C-SPAN
    C-SPANJune 27, 2016
    The “Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats” exhibit illustrates the relationship between Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash in 1960s Nashville. To learn more about the exhibit watch this C-SPAN video. Read more
  • Jason K.
    Jason KusnerDecember 26, 2012
    Definitely worth touring if you are visiting the area. You can also get the tour of Studio B, which they transport you to via bus.
  • Ashley B.
    Ashley BrownMay 27, 2013
    Psst.... the dress, it's not the original one. (If you are a fan you know what I am talking about.) Great place to learn about the roots of country music.
  • Colin L.
    Colin LordFebruary 25, 2015
    If you arrive at 4pm, you can get a ticket for half price. Doesn't give you a ton of time before they close but it's enough to see the whole museum at a much cheaper rate.
  • James C.
    James CJuly 22, 2016
    Great place to see the history of country music all over the world but especially its impact in America
  • Cicely L.
    Cicely LJune 18, 2016
    Very nice museum. Sam Phillips exhibit was quite interesting. Takes about 2-3 hours if you take your time. Good for old and new country music fans.
  • C-SPAN
    C-SPANJune 27, 2016
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum explores the origins of country music and Nashville's influence on its development. To learn more about the museum watch this C-SPAN video. Read more
  • Simon G.
    Simon GideonAugust 31, 2015
    A must see in Nashville. Be prepared for an experience that is far better than most expect... This is not your grandfather's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum!
  • Smithsonian Channel
    Smithsonian ChannelJune 23, 2011
    When viewed from different angles, this building can appear to be shaped like a piano, a bass clef, a radio tower or the fin tail of a Cadillac. (From Aerial America) Read more
  • Chevrolet
    ChevroletJune 4, 2012
    If the thought of a museum bores you, don’t fret. Drive over for a pure country music experience. Make sure you check out the rhinestone costumes and original lyric sheets!
  • Nashville S.
    Nashville SymphonyDecember 2, 2011
    Welcome to Music City! Please visit the Symphony Cafe 9-2 M-F. Free WiFi! We also have free tours available of the wonderful Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Please come on over across the street!
  • Lyn H.
    Lyn Hovey-CrainAugust 19, 2016
    Go to the Johnny Cash museum first, then you will appreciate all the information at the Hall of Fame so much more. Do the Studio B tour!
  • Drew M.
    Drew McLellanApril 7, 2013
    Allow 2+ hours to really do it all. And be sure you get the audio tour. Well worth the money and tons of great stories, history and memories.
  • Rachel C.
    Rachel CAugust 3, 2015
    I was impressed by the diversity of music covered in the main exhibit! Definitely take the Hatch and RCA tours!
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYJuly 7, 2010
    In 1963, the CMA announced that a Country Museum would be built in Nashville. It opened on April 1st 1967. Prior to stardom, Kathy Mattea & Trisha Yearwood were tour guides at this museum.
  • Alexander F.
    Alexander FrostApril 5, 2013
    Another place you simply have to see, regardless of your interest in country music. It's amazing enough for everyone!
  • Sergio T.
    Is a great place to know more about the country music and their roots! Recommended
  • C-SPAN
    C-SPANJune 27, 2016
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum explores the origins of country music and the role Nashville played in its development. To learn more about the museum watch this C-SPAN video. Read more
  • Ricardo V.
    Ricardo ValdesApril 20, 2016
    Very impressive collection and great videos. It's only $14 after 4pm. They close at 5pm so skip the videos
  • Lance F.
    Lance FiascoSeptember 21, 2013
    Just reopened! A must go for musicians and aficionados!
  • Erin K.
    Erin KlingbergOctober 1, 2016
    Great place to learn about country music. Allow several hours to see it all. Adult ticket $25
  • Ye W.
    Ye WangAugust 27, 2011
    Go to the Hampton Inn one block away to get the guest parking for $6/10hrs rather than the official parking lot at the site, which is $20 apiece.
  • Rosalie D.
    Rosalie DonlonSeptember 20, 2014
    Tickets are only $14 after 4 pm but the hall closes at 5 pm. They do have discounts for seniors, AAA, & military.
  • Vincent D.
    Vincent DiNardoNovember 6, 2015
    Tremendous exibits especially Cash and Dylan sessions, great interactive section for kids
  • Lila S.
    Lila StarrAugust 29, 2016
    Gold Cadillac & gold leaf piano from Elvis Presley. Historic RCA Studio B tour is terrific!
  • Tabitha B.
    Tabitha BewleyOctober 25, 2011
    Wonderful and very interesting! Make sure u have plenty of time when u go. Alot to see!
  • Chevrolet
    ChevroletOctober 24, 2011
    The building’s windows mirror the keys of a piano and the round discs on the towers symbolize records and CDs.
  • Rob C.
    Rob ChristensenSeptember 10, 2016
    Skip the audio tour. It plays almost no music and offers little different info from the placards.
  • Jennie A.
    Jennie AlwellNovember 1, 2010
    The lemon vanilla cheesecake is heartbreakingly wonderful. And today's special, Mediterranean stuffed chicken, was to die for.
  • katherine m.
    katherine michaelApril 14, 2012
    Becoming a member is a great value! Two-twenty-two grill is amazing!
  • Cindy G.
    Cindy GrayNovember 30, 2009
    Membership is the best deal in town for music lovers. The Saturday morning songwriter sessions are always good. The Ford Theatre is a great room, not a bad seat!
  • Chris I.
    Chris IngramJanuary 12, 2014
    Reasonable price and a very nice HOF. Very nice trip full of history
  • Scott W.
    Scott WargaJanuary 18, 2014
    Stop and see the Reba exhibit. everything else in the place is cool but this rocks. Oh, Elvis's gold Cadillac is cool too.
  • Caleb
    CalebJune 15, 2016
    If you love country music, this is the place to go!!
  • Hotel Indigo
    Hotel IndigoApril 24, 2013
    Exhibits include oral histories, artifacts, recordings, film and print collections that celebrate this uniquely American music. Read more
  • Tori B.
    Tori BurnsDecember 20, 2015
    Great collection of artifacts from country music across generations.
  • Carolina R R.
    Carolina R RiethAugust 30, 2014
    Great place!! Love Elvis's Cadillac and piano
  • Nefer C.
    Nefer CollinsApril 5, 2014
    wonderful place to go for anyone who loves music!
  • Daniel P.
    Daniel PhelpsMarch 19, 2014
    Make sure you grab the pamphlet about the architecture of the building!
  • Anne Elizabeth
    Anne ElizabethAugust 28, 2013
    There's a new address... Grand Reopening in the new space at Municipal Auditorium... Such a great piece of Music City!
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