coo***anAfter 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.
coo***anWe lived a few miles outside of Nashville for about a week. The city is an area under development, with huge cranes and new buildings being built in every block. So I won't let anyone down, because life in the city is very busy and it's too noisy. Take the bus to enjoy the magnificent view, the beautiful modern architecture and the long historical landscape here. The locals are also very friendly! It is definitely worth a visit and a must-visit place for music lovers.
TodemmyThe neat visual historical structure, there is a small art gallery on the first floor, and a huge statue and sculpture on the second floor. Tickets are very reasonable and worth a visit. The statue of Athena is very large. In contrast, the goddess of victory on her hand is more than 6 feet tall. Construction was underway around the park when we went.