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Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville

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  • Terrific experience. The great history of session musicians and the stars of Rock and Roll was presented beautifully! Great exhibits and interactive experiences! I learned a lot and reminisced... 
    Terrific experience. The great history of session musicians and the stars of Rock and Roll was presented beautifully! Great exhibits and interactive experiences! I learned a lot and reminisced...  more »
  • This museum is full of really cool artifacts from so many musicians. We practically had the place to ourselves which meant we could try out all of the cool technology at the exhibits without waiting.....  more
    This museum is full of really cool artifacts from so many musicians. We practically had the place to ourselves which meant we could try out all of the cool technology at the exhibits without waiting.....  more »
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  • So at first glance I thought this was a Musicians as in all genre of music Museum, and hall of fame like The Rock n Roll hall of fame but for everyone. I was mistaken. This is to celebrate people that you may not be familiar with like instrumentalist. There are well known people too like B.B. King and Elvis. There's a lot of people who were songwriters maybe a guitarist who played on solo artist albums with names you would recognize. I think the tickets are a bit steep if going on a weekday I suggest just going there was hardly anyone there and you'll avoid the $2 online fee charged for getting a ticket in advance. I liked how it was organized,I'm over all glad we went. There was a lot of interesting information. I do not recommend downloading the app, the first couple audio tour sound clips worked but then it crashed and would not restart. It did not have any discounts for the gift shop as advertised either. Apparently there is a YouTube channel I haven't checked it out but would probably give some insight if this is something you'd be interested in.
  • This museum is mostly about the people & band behind the main singer, artist. There were a lot of names I did not recognize. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it wasn’t what I expected. Definitely recommend if you know music history from 50-60’s, I think you’ll enjoy it more. Johnny Cash section was most interesting. There are a lot of guitars, drum sets, recording sets. Seems like they’ve got a lot of space to grow into, so maybe that’ll help expand the museum.

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