This tribute to country music's finest is a full city-block long, filled with plaques and exhibits highlighting performers from the old-time favorites to the latest generation of stars, a two-story wall with gold and platinum country records, a theater, and Elvis Presley's solid-gold 1960 Cadillac limo. It's near the new Music City Center, the Bridgestone Arena, and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. At this writing the museum is undergoing an expansion that will more than
double its size to 350,000 square feet when completed in 2014; Hatch Show Print will relocate to the building in August 2013. Tours of the historic RCA Studio B recording studio are also run by the museum.
Jan 2, 2005
Waiting nearly 10 years, when I finally made it to Nashville, the first place I went was the Country Music Hall of Fame. When I turned the corner and I saw it, I was very close to crying. That's when I knew my dream of getting to Nashville had come true.