Hop aboard a charming trolley for a narrated tour through the streets of downtown Nashville as you see sites including the Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Parthenon, where you can hop off and explore at your leisure.
The goal of the museum is to obtain and preserve the many artifacts, stories and the history of country music throughout the country. In addition, its goal is to showcase this information to those that visit so that they too can enjoy the traditions and history behind it. The museum serves two main purposes. First, it helps to provide a local museum for visitors. Secondly, it also serves as an international arts organization. People from around the world come to see the latest and the oldest information on country music and the culture it was born from.
Operating since 1967, the museum has since been renovated including the new $37 million building. Nearby you will find the historic Ryman Auditorium and the Lower Broadway, on the Cumberland River. The museum includes video clips from various historic figures as well as recorded music. You will find that it offers regular live performances by various artists. There are many more things this location offers including a full scale exhibit hall filled with many unique displays, a live satellite radio broadcast center, on location dining facilities and much more. There is a museum store to purchase memorabilia from and the location offers a number of exciting programs for those that enroll in advance.
Visitor to the Country Music Hall of Fame will enjoy a rich history and the latest happenings. This unique location is open daily, through seasonal hours.