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Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

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5,437 Reviews
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222 5th Avenue South, Nashville, 37203-4206

The Basics

A star Nashville attraction, the Country Music Hall of Fame is included on most Nashville sightseeing tours, including multi-attraction passes and bus tours. Guided tours of the museum are often combined with visits to the Ryman Auditorium, Johnny Cash Museum, Tennessee State Capitol, or Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

Some Nashville music tours also visit the historic RCA Studio B—Elvis’s favorite spot to record—and Hatch Studio, one of the oldest working letterpress print shops in the US. Alternatively, explore the Country Music Hall of Fame independently or with an add-on audio guide.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Nashville

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Interesting
ChrissyCool, Jul 2021
Nashville Combo: Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Hatch Show Print
Interesting. I’m a half-hearted country music fan, but found this fascinating. Easy to follow. Clean museum. Prepare to pay a premium for parking
star-5
Wonderful
Ruth_C, Jul 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Admission
I loved seeing all the older singers and their stage clothes, and the cars, this place was awesome! I loved that the bathrooms were kept so clean.
star-5
Country Music Hall Of Fame ......Best Exhibit
Phylis_C, May 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Admission
Clean, beautiful, well lighted facility. Exhibits were expertly arranged with great readable material that worked well with the costumes. Movie theaters were a treasure of past shows....wow. It was worth the price of admission plus.
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Combo ticket
Stacy_Z, Mar 2021
Nashville Combo: Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Hatch Show Print
Guides were very knowledgeable we enjoyed all the tours. Hatch show print tour includes a tour print. Covid rules followed.
star-4
Meaningful
Aaron_S, Jul 2021
Discover Nashville City Tour with Entry to Ryman & Country Music Hall of Fame
The theatre. We are going to a show tonight! Love the nostalgia and the history. Also not crowded. Enjoyed the movie
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Comfortable tour.
Tony_A, Jul 2021
Discover Nashville City Tour with Entry to Ryman & Country Music Hall of Fame
Very informative tour. Big Jerry knows Nashville and communicates very well. A good comfortable tour experience.
star-4
Great history. Recent current capture is pretty weak.
Gail_B, Apr 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Admission
Overall very well done and enjoyable, especially the history and evolution of the music. However, Entirely too much space on Kasey Musgraves. Do we need to see every outfit she ever wore and at every age? Ridiculous. Also please step back from excessive Covid signage and precautions. It’s over. Move on and breathe.
star-5
A trip down memory lane
Laurel_H, Jul 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
The studio tour was fantastic. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the music and artists. It was very interesting and I loved all the music and antidotes. The country music hall of fame was a sensory overload. So much to see, read and experience. If you are a country music fan then both of these are for you.
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Time Travel Tour
LISA_S, Jul 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
Our guide did a great job taking us back in time to see what RCA studio B was all about and how it was created. It was a very moving experience.
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Country Music Hall of Fame
Bob_M, Jul 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Admission
Elvis gold Cadillac! Cool that he had a phone in his car in 1960. Other cars were nice to see too like Smokey and the Bandit car.
star-4
Overall pretty good
Shelby_T, Jul 2021
Discover Nashville City Tour with Entry to Ryman & Country Music Hall of Fame
Our guide was very enthusiastic about Nashville history and we could tell he loved the city. There was however an event that was happing at the Rumania, so we were not able to tour. While it was no one’s fault, no one offered us compensation so we had to ask for it.
star-4
👍good experience
Michelle_D, Jul 2021
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Admission
Displays are good with fact plaques for info. Spans from 1800's to present. Self paced. Was slightly disappointed in the lack of current artists. Also in the round room display of all inductees to the hall of fame as they are in random order and not by year or decade. Would be better without the randomness in our opinion. Easy check in with viator voucher.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The ticket line can grow long during peak visiting hours; save time by purchasing tickets in advance.

  • The museum offers two dining options and multiple retail spots for souvenirs.

  • The museum and RCA Studio B are accessible by wheelchair, while tours for those with audio and visual impairments are available with two weeks’ notice.

  • Plan to spend two to three hours exploring the museum.

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How to Get There

The Country Music Hall of Fame is centrally located in downtown Nashville, within walking distance of most hotels. Take the free Music City Circuit bus line or opt for a narrated hop-on hop-off trolley. Drivers can park in a nearby paid parking lot.

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When to Get There

The museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm, except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. Come early in the morning for smaller crowds. Tickets are good for reentry on the date of your visit.

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Architectural Keys at the Country Music Hall of Fame

Even if you don’t have time to tour the Country Music Hall of Fame, swing by to see the building’s exterior. The dark windows and white walls are designed to look like piano keys and make for a great photo op, whether you're a country music fan or not.

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Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum