Johnny Cash Museum
The Johnny Cash Museum is the perfect stop in Music City for any die-hard fans of the Man in Black. Officially authorized by Johnny Cash’s estate, this museum is an authentic dedication to the music career and life of Johnny Cash. As you embark on an in-depth journey through the Man in Black’s eventful and amazing life, you’ll have the pleasure of viewing hundreds of interactive exhibits and artifacts that make up the largest and most complete collection of Johnny cash memorabilia in the world, including:
- Personal instruments
- Handwritten lyrics
- Stage costumes
- Personal letters
- Tons of contributions from family and friends
Along with the state of the art exhibits, on-site there is a gift store, coffee shop, cafe, and event center, making this the most complete Johnny Cash experience available.
More About Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash started his career with a one of a kind mix of blues, hillbilly, and gospel music— later coined as “rockabilly”— leading him to Sun Records where he recorded “I Walk The Line” and “Folsom Prison Blues”. After transforming into The Man in Black, Cash began breaking musical barriers and creating an all country sound with his signature low baritone voice. Cash achieved undeniable success in the country music industry, becoming the youngest inductee to join the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980, and also joining The rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. With 6 recorded albums, Cash’s most popular songs include hits such as “Ring of Fire”, “Hurt”, “Jackson”, and “God’s Gonna Cut You Down”.
Do not miss your chance to see this comprehensive and intimate look into the life and work of Johnny Cash, right below the Patsy Cline Museum, all in the heart of downtown Nashville.