Have you ever wanted to dig deep into country music, but were not comfortable with crowds and chaos in popular country music bars? On a recent trip to Nashville I found a gem for all at Country Music Fans in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is located right in the middle of downtown Nashville. It is a short distance from the Bridgestone Arena, and Broadway. The building is connected with the new posh Omni Hotel, which also includes Hatch Show Print, various eating options, a bar, and a few gift shops. It would be easy to spend a day or two in this one building and enjoy a taste of Nashville at it’s finest.
I was first impressed with the open lobby area. Clearly this was going to be an accessible adventure. The lobby area has a food section, gift shop, ticket area, and lots of great photo ops. They also have wheelchairs free of charge.
One of the best parts of the museum is that the tours are self-paced. If someone loves Johnny Cash then it’s easy to stay in that area a while and soak in the atmosphere. The museum and hall of fame have been very well thought out, so there are plenty of spots to sit down, watch a video, and enjoy. The Museum has lots of the fun Razzle Dazzle Glittery costumes, cars, and hats to check out as well. Yes, there was an Elvis sighting, along with a Taylor Swift section, and Hee Haw videos. The tour was also very appropriate for any age.
How would you like to make your own country music cd? Yes, you can walk or roll right into Taylor Swift’s tour bus and build a CD complete with your own recorded song, then email it back home. This interactive area is very popular with younger participants, and it is funny to hear some of the recordings being made.
The Hall of Fame has an audio tour option to get more detailed information. Check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and be ready to be singing along with the legends, and the current stars.
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