Museums >Musicians Hall Of Fame Museum
417 4th Ave. N, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720136.167533 -86.781443
Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Neighborhoods: Capitol Hill Area
The Musicians Hall of Fame will be opening in their new location of 417 4th Ave. N Nashville, TN 37201 in August 2013!
Have your Event Here! – I am an event planner and I have been to and work at many venues. I love to do work at the Musicians Hall of Fame. I work with Margot on all my events. She will drop everything to give you her undivided attention. A real professional! You can totally trust that she is taking care of your special day. The entire staff there is so willing to do whatever it takes to make your wedding, corporate event or private party AWESOME! The venue itself is the perfect place for any size event with large rooms and the museum itself is incredibly interesting. The front room is so pleasant with lots of wood and charm. The back room has an outside entrance through "gated" patio - what an way for a bride to make her appearance to her guests. From your first phone call until your special day is over, these folks are going to take good care of you and provide you with an incredible place to have your party.
A Nashville TN MUST SEE!! – The Musicians hall of Fame is a MUST SEE when you are in Nashville TN!! When I first walked in I was shocked of how beautiful the entrance room was. It was a room I could see myself getting married in. Right away the staff member greeted me warmly and took the time to explain what the museum was about and what I would see inside it! The museum is divided into different cities like Nashville, Detroit, Muscle Shoals Al, Memphis, Hollywood... and each hallway holds instruments and artifacts from different session players and musicians who played in these different cities. At each display there are handing speakers so you can listen to the different songs that the musicians played on while you read about them.Some of the people in the museum I had NO CLUE who they are, but at the end of the tour I felt like I had a better understanding of Music and the people behind he hits. The Hendrix guitar and stage were both really cool items and there are too many other interesting items to name. I would recommend this museum to EVERYONE!! It's a great place for young and old!
"Come See What You've Heard" – Voted the Meeting Professionals International "2007-2008 Venue of the Year," the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum is located in the heart of downtown Nashville and is the one and only museum in the world that honors the talented musicians who actually played on the greatest recordings of all time. Our 2007 & 2008 Awards shows held at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center have drawn entertainers such as Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, George Jones, Percy Sledge, Barbara Mandrell, Peter Frampton, B.J Thomas, Vince Gill, Mary Wilson of the Supremes, Kix Brooks, Kid Rock, Amy Grant, Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers, Lee Ann Womack, Dobie Gray, Roger McGuinn of the Byrds and Garth Brooks to perform and induct some of the most talented musicians in the world. We invite everyone to "Come See What You've Heard!"
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