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Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN

417 4th Ave. N. Nashville, TN 37201
The following tours go by Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum:
The New Nashville City Double Decker Bus Tour Photo
6/15/2024 - 12/31/2024
The brand new city double decker tour Nashville from the Grayline highlights some of the most splendid sites and more in the Nashville, TN area.
Soul of Music City Tour Photo
6/14/2024 - 9/6/2024
Experience Music City in the best way with the Soul of Music City Sightseeing Tour!
The following tours visit Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum:
Nashville Old Town Trolley Tour Photo
6/14/2024 - 9/6/2024
The Nashville Old Town Trolley Tour is the most fascinating way to experience the city; set out upon this fully-narrated hop on/hop off trolley tour to see Music City like you never have before on a family-oriented excursion.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is a Tour Stop / Pick Up for the following tours:
Open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors all musicians irregardless of genres or instrumentals. 

The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum timeline starts with the beginning of recorded music and goes all the way to modern times. Inductees are nominated by current members of the American Federation of Musicians and by other music industry professionals.

The museum first opened June 6, 2006, and exhibits consisted of instruments owned and played by well-known artists and behind-the-scenes session musicians that played at recording studios in cities such as Memphis, Los Angeles, Detroit, Nashville, Muscle Shoals, and New York City. These musicians were often the unsung heroes behind the hits of many great artists.

In February, 2010, under the rules of eminent domain, the city of Nashville purchased the museum property in order to make room for the Music City Center (new convention center). On August 29, 2013, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum reopened on the first floor of the historic Nashville Municipal Auditorium. The 200,000 square foot building houses the historic 10,000 seat Municipal Auditorium.

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