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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Nashville, Tennessee

In the heart of Nashville, widely considered the music capital of the world,  The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the evolving history and traditions of country music. Through exhibits, publications, and educational programs, the Museum teaches its diverse audiences about the enduring beauty and cultural importance of country music.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum first opened in 1967 on Nashville’s Music Row and then relocated in 2001 to its current location in downtown Nashville. In 2014 the Museum unveiled a $100 million expansion that doubled its footprint. The Museum now encompasses 350,000 square feet of exhibition galleries, archival storage, retail stores, and event space. Also, the Museum offers the Taylor Swift Education Center for students, teachers, and families, and dedicated performance spaces in the CMA Theater and Ford Theater.

And because some of your favorite artists have homes in Nashville, it is always possible you may have a celebrity sighting or two while making your visit. For music lovers, a visit to The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a no-brainer. Overall, a visit to Nashville is worth a few days of your time to see and hear ALL the historic music sites.

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