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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is operated by the non-profit, educational Country Music Foundation, (CMF). The mission of the CMF is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences. Functioning as a local history museum and as an international arts organization, the CMF serves visiting and non-visiting audiences including fans, students, scholars, members of the music industry, and the general public – in the Nashville area, the nation and world.

Hours: Open Daily 9am-5pm, Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day.

Tickets:
$25.95/Adults (13+)
$23.95/Seniors (60+), Students and AAA Members
$22.95/Military
$15.95/Youth (Ages 6-12)
Free Admission/Children 5 and Under and Members

COVID-19 UPDATES & INFORMATION

Our Response to COVID-19:

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will reopen its galleries to the public at 9am Thursday, September 10, 2020. The day before, Wednesday, September 9, the Museum will open at the same hour for Museum members.

Tours of Hatch Show Print and Historic RCA Studio B will resume in a limited capacity. The Taylor Swift Education Center will be closed to the public for the time being. All in-person programming remains on hiatus. All exhibitions that had opened before the Museum closed on March 13 have been extended.

The Museum will reopen in alignment with Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s Roadmap for Reopening Nashville. Policies and procedures will help ensure a safe and healthy environment for guests, staff, and volunteers. In addition to being a part of the Good to Go Program, the Museum worked with the Metro Health Department’s Policy Department to review and refine safety protocols and procedures.

Guidelines include:

  • Masks for staff and guests over age 2
  • Temperature checks for staff and guests entering the building
  • Intensified and expanded cleaning routines, which include disinfecting high-touch surfaces such as elevator buttons, touchscreens, and handrails
  • Timed ticketing and touchless transactions