Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Tickets in Nashville, TN
222 Rep. John Lewis Way S • Nashville, TN 37203
Journey through country music's rich heritage and history in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum halls. The museum hosts many of the genre's beloved memorabilia – from Hank Williams' Martin guitar to plaques dedicated to some of the finest country music artists like Patsy Cline to Reba Mcentire – and more!
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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is at 222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hours are from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT, 7 days a week. The museum is closed annually for its Medallion Ceremony, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. Please note the galleries close promptly at 5:00 pm, and they begin alerting visitors 15 minutes prior to closing. Guests usually stay for 2 hours in the museum, but you may spend the rest of your day through the Country Music Hall of Fame halls at your own pace.
There are several paid lots located around the Museum. There is no dedicated Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum parking. The Music City's (6th Avenue South and Demonbreun) parking rate ranges from $7-$10, depending on the duration and time of your entry. Hilton Hotel Nashville from across the road has an hourly rate of $10 per hour, with a $35 daily max payment.
No. Make sure to be at the Country Music Hall of Fame early to get the best parking spots.
Yes, this tour is suitable for all ages. Strollers are allowed in the museum, but they recommend using smaller strollers as it's more easily maneuverable. Family restrooms in the Taylor Swift Education Center inside the museum offer additional privacy if needed. All our bathrooms are equipped with changing stations.
Yes, this attraction is wheelchair accessible. There are two entrances to the building. An access ramp for their main entrance is located on the corner of Demonbreun, and 222 Rep. John Lewis Way S. The 222 Rep. John Lewis Way S. entrance access ramp is located to the side of the doors. There are also hearing and visual accessibility guides that help guests with visual and auditory impairments.
A limited number of courtesy wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis for their visitors while they are touring the Museum. Wheelchairs can be checked out at the Guest Services Desk.
Service animals are allowed. Emotional support animals or pets are not allowed.
No food or drink is allowed inside the Museum galleries. Bottled water is permitted if in a sealable container.
You can bring your camera into the Museum, but flash photography, selfie sticks, and tripods are prohibited. No video recording is allowed in the Museum galleries during Historic RCA Studio B tours, Hatch Show Print tours, and Museum programs. Personal items more significant than 16 x 17 x 8 will not be permitted in the Museum and cannot be checked in for storage at the Museum.
To ensure they maintain appropriate social distancing, your tickets are only valid during your selected entry.
No, they cannot store items during the visits. Bags must be no larger than a standard backpack.