If you’re planning to vacation or visit relatives in Tennessee, be certain to add art and museums in Nashville to your wish list. Since Nashville is best known as Music City, USA, let’s start with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
. Situated on the bank of the beautiful Cumberland River, a few steps from the stretch of Lower Broad famed for live entertainment, the Hall of Fame Museum opened in May 2001.The museum houses a cache of invaluable artifacts that tell the history of country music through video, country music and awesome displays. Additionally, the venue features live country music and special programs.
Dedicated to the preservation of Nashville artists’ memories and to their fans, the mission is to inspire future generations of creators. Don’t miss the Rotunda’s awesome display of bronze plaques, which feature facial images and biographies of the Hall of Fame Members.
Before departing, you’ll want to pop-in the Museum Store for take-home souvenirs. Continue reading