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The 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...more
All reviews country music studio b bob dylan audio tour gold records great exhibits interactive exhibits on display take your time few hours couple of hours own pace great place to visit johnny cash lots of history artists memorabilia
This was one of my wife's must see spots during our tip to Nashville. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a big disappointed. It was so crowded that we could barely make our way around the museum. My wife was in a wheelchair and with...More
i'm not much of a country music fan, but i really enjoyed the exhibits of the old time musicians, their instruments and some of the old videos.
nice section on outlaw country (the highwaymen) and the texas connections.
on the day we went, delbert mcclinton...More
We enjoyed this visit to the HOF and it brought back so many memories for us. Tons to look at and learn about the history of Country Music. Even some items that weren't "country" such as Elvis's car, the car from Cannonball II - tons...More
I feel like this was one of the best parts of Nashville. History and more History. Easily spent 4 hours and then some looking and reading. I left feeling like I learned so much about many artists that I never knew. We also added in...More
We are not big country music fans. We are in our 70's and relate more to the older artists. We really enjoyed this! We had the audio tour and also took the time to read all the display postings. We spent most of the time...More
It was a cool rainy afternoon after Buffalo Bills beat the Titans. HOF was very close to our hotel so we walked over and spent a couple of hours enjoying this fabulous place. The exhibit dedicated to Felice and Boudleaux Bryant was fascinating and well...More
If you like country music and have a desire to learn more, come here.
So much to see so much to take in...prepare to be overwhelmed!
But it is well worth the trip. Need about a half day to do it justice.
We loved it!
Response from David6205 | Reviewed this property |
Strongly suggest you call them. It is a small, tightly packed venue and it would not surprise me if navigating a wheelchair would be difficult. but since accommodations are often made, strongly suggest calling them.