Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum Tickets

Highlights

  • Visit one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to country music.
  • Become immersed into the history of country music whilst in Music City.
  • Wander through different galleries and exhibitions featuring priceless artefacts.
  • Admire the plaques of the members in the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda.

Overview

Known as Music City, Nashville is famed for its history and influence on country music. Embrace the city’s musical culture by visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum – one of Nashville’s top attractions. Founded in 1961, this museum is dedicated to collecting and preserving the evolving history and traditions of country music through its range of galleries. With lots to discover, become immersed in the beauty of country music.

Housing many exhibitions, seeing the ‘Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music’ is a must! This permanent exhibition is filled with various artefacts, photographs, recorded sounds, and interactive touchscreens, highlighting the beginning of country music and the icons who have contributed to the southern genre.

End your visit with a wander through the Hall of Fame rotunda. Admire the bronze plaques of each member in the hallow, skylit room. The room is round, to ensure each plaque has equal importance. Marvel at Thomas Hart Benton’s mural, ‘The Sources of Country Music’ which is exhibited alongside the plaques to reflect the musical traditions and influences that have shaped country music to what it is today.

Book your Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum tickets today!

Inclusions

  • Entry to the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

Exclusions

  • Transportation

Additional information

222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203
Daily 9am – 5pm
Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year’s Day
Once booked, tickets are non-refundable.
Children under the age of 3 are permitted free entry but require a ticket to enter. This can be obtained at the box office at the museum.
All service animals recognised by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are welcome. Emotional support animals or pets are not allowed.
No food or drink is permitted inside the Museum galleries. Bottled water is permitted in a sealable container.
You are welcome to take non-flash photographs in the Museum and during most Museum programs as long as they are for private, non-commercial use. However, flash photography, selfie sicks, and tripods are prohibited.
Video recording is prohibited.
Personal items larger than 16 x 17 x 8 will not be permitted in the Museum and cannot be checked in for storage. The Museum reserves the right to inspect any parcel, container, or bag brought into the premises. Security guards may conduct random bag checks when you arrive.
No weapons allowed. This includes guns, pepper spray, tasers, stun guns, knives, and other sharp objects.
Those under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Smoking, including electronic smoking, is not permitted in the Museum or on its grounds.
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Highlights

  • Visit one of the world’s largest museums dedicated to country music.
  • Become immersed into the history of country music whilst in Music City.
  • Wander through different galleries and exhibitions featuring priceless artefacts.
  • Admire the plaques of the members in the Country Music Hall of Fame rotunda.