Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Nashville
Where is it at?
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
222 Fifth Ave. S.
Where are we going today?
Have you got the music in you!? The great thing about visiting a place like the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is that it really is for the whole family. Parents - you get to re-live the memories of your younger years with those iconic sounds. Kids can be introduced to a whole new genre and style of music that might give them the same memories you did!
If you're going to visit a Country Hall of Fame - Nashville is going to be the place to do it!
As soon as you enter the museum, your journey begins with all things country! Explore all the things that make country music iconic - from exhibits on those rhinestone costumes, tear-stained lyric sheets and even vintage instruments.
They are all put together to get those memories flowing back to you! They are there to tell a story of music - something that everyone should have in their lives!
The exhibits within the museum vary from every changing, to permanent. Some exhibits showcase a specific singer, and follow their story from childhood to the superstar they are today. They often cover all the greats! Kenny Rogers...Alan Jackson...
The always popular permanent exhibition is the Sing Me Back Home, which tells the story of country music from when it was pre-commercial, to how popular it is today. Photographs, original recordings, video, and interactive media touch screens are always fun for the kids!
If the museum has inspired you, then check out the family programs that they have at the museum! See - we told you it was great for families!
We hope you're ready for a sing a long now, because we sure are! Yee Haw!
How much does it cost?
- Children$14.95 (Ages 6 to 12)
- Free Under: 5 years
When can we go?
9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily
Closed on New Years Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day and Christmas Day.
They love having students visit and be inspired, so call them to arrange your visit ! .
SoBro Grill is their full service restaurant with all those southern favorites! as well as dining, they have sandwiches and other treats when your time is limited!.
They sell sandwiches and water at the SoBro Grill .
Any Top Tips?
Why not save time and buy your tickets on line to save you queueing! Studio B Tour times can't be changed.
Need a little extra help?
They have really strived to give everyone a chance to visit. They also have various features and amenities that are accessible too .
Can I get one of those?
The Museum Store is THE place to go for all things country music! Of course, there is the music, but also DVDs, shirts, posters and souviners!.
If you're a member you get discounts, but not for the ticket packages.
What people are saying?
by Mark Price
The history of county comes to life. The origins actually shocked me but really helped me appreciate where it all came from & where we are today. The cars were really cool & our kids loved the interactive area where they earned badges for their efforts. 3 stories of history that come to life. Wear comfortable shoes as you will have a lot of walking to do.
by Mary Sankey
Great for ADULTS. I took my 2 year old, and it wasn't for her. It was still amazing, but I would have enjoyed it more with just my husband.
It's fascinating, and has so much history!
by Daniel Cederkrantz
Pretty good, but I did not find it all that special. I probably need to read up on country music more to fully appreciate it.
by John Goldstein Shabalori
As a non Country Music fan, i still found this exhibit interesting. Took the audio tour which was good, unless you want to do a lot of reading. I was amazed at the amount of people visiting this place and would be fascinating if you were into Country Music. All the great exhibits were very well done. The restaurant was very good with a gentleman playing guitar. Defiantly worth the visit while in Nashville.
by Brad Grey
It was just OK, don't think it's worth the price they charge. Spent $80 for family of four and I could have gone through it in less than an hour had it not been so crowded (we were there on Black Friday). Waited in line for some time to pay entrance fees as they only have two windows to purchase tickets. If you want to experience Nashville take a one block walk to Broadway and see the restaurants, music and great food.