If you’re a country music fan visiting Nashville to soak up the musical history of Music City, these are a few of the places you’ll want to be sure to have on your list.
CMA Hall of Fame
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-see landmark that chronicles the history of country music stars through the decades. It features exhibits such as “Sing Me Back Home: Folk Roots to the 1960s” and “Dreaming My Dreams: 1960s to the Present.”
The Ryman was made famous when the Grand Ole Opry was held there from 1963-1974, but fell dormant when the Opry left. Since its restoration in 1994, it was used as the premiere music venue in Nashville, hosting many contemporary music greats...Read More