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Nashville Museums

Nashville is a city of vibrant history and culture! From the earliest Tennessee history through to modern musical marvels, you can bet there’s a museum in town that’ll tell you the whole story of every topic. Browse some of our favorite Nashville museums below!

Tennessee State Museum

The Tennessee State Museum can trace its roots all the way back to a small museum opened in the Nashville public square all the way back in 1817. Over the past two centuries the Tennessee State Museum (and the history it preserves) has grown tremendously, and the new building encompasses an impressive 130,000 square-feet of fascinating exhibits that visitors can come see for free!

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is one of the world's largest museums dedicated to country music, and it features an impressive collection of legendary country music artifacts. In addition to the permanent and temporary exhibits, the museum hosts hundreds of costumes and instruments as well as other objects like microphones and automobiles. A visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a truly remarkable experience for one of the nation's most celebrated art forms and music genres!