General InfoThe Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the home of this popular American art form, safeguarding over 2.5 million artifacts, with two expansive floors of gallery space featuring permanent- and limited- engagement exhibits. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is also home to Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print. It offers three dining and four retail options, all open to the public. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.Hours
Services/ProductsTours, Group Tours, Youth and School Program, Facility Rental, Exhibits, Theater Shows, Platinum and Gold Package Specials, Concerts, Arts, MusiciansPayment methodall major credit cards, cash, debitLocationDowntown NashvilleNeighborhoodDowntown NashvilleAmenitiesMuseum Store, Cafe, Guest Services, Taylor Swift Education Center, Print Store, Audio available, Restrooms, Parking, Service animals welcome,Other Link
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Beautiful building, and fun way to spend an hour or two. The museum isn”t very large, but there are some really cool exhibits that are worth a visit. The location is a plus.
This is really not a good use of your money. Over $30 to walk around a museum is totally out of touch with reality. If you have kids, you”re well up over $100, let alone of you check out the RCA studio and buy anything.The CMHOF needs a reality check. Unless all they want to visit the place is old rich people with way too much time on their hands.
It is difficult to run a non-profit organization and I congratulate the people of the museum who are dedicated and knowledgeable. Every nook and cranny is worth taking the time to examine for the history and interesting facts and accomplishments presented. You can even view the inner workings as some of the office areas, like the archives, have glass walls so you can see works in progress. Our group recognized 2 stars walking around looking while there! George Hamilton IV was showing a friend around; And Tom T. Hall was preparing for a show later in the month! The best part was the live music. Real working songwriters sing the hits they”ve made for others! Fantastic! We heard Craig Wiseman sing “”Live Like You Were Dying””, a #1 song for Tim McGraw. We got to ask him questions too! Allow a leisurely half day for this musem and lunch in the great foyer.