As the music city of the United States, it is indispensable to come to the Hall of Fame to learn about American country music. It is a very beautiful place. There are a lot of information here. You can also hear and learn about many classic old songs. One of the most recommended attractions here.
Admission TicketsFrom US$18.65
After walking for two days, I was very tired and really wanted to relax, but I had already bought a ticket, so we had to come here. This is a very busy place. All visitors are carefully reading the introduction of each item. Some exhibits are close to the glass. In this case, you can't see anything. If you want to spend time visiting all the objects, you will know a lot of information. Many celebrities’ clothes are displayed here. The exhibits about Brooks and Dunn are great, and there is also a wall dedicated to displaying Kathy Muskgraves’ objects (this is the largest exhibit wall in the entire museum. I don’t understand why this is because there are Many other country singers I like very much). There is also a room displaying the country music hall of fame medals, which is very cool. This is my favorite part of the entire museum.
There is so much to see here, and you need to plan for the whole day. The audio guide ($5) is worth it, and it’s also fun to sit and watch the video in the mini theater. But we think the gift shop is very general, there are many jewelry and toys, but not many good-looking clothes.
My wife and I are not avid country music lovers, but this museum is really a treat. This special exhibition is about Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, and the legendary musicians of Nashville. It took 4 hours to finish it.
Located in the center of Music Street, it is the largest music museum, showing the past and present of music through movies and television. It was established in 1967, and there are gifts from Daliang!