I have lived in Nashville off and on my entire life. So being a native Nashvillian it is only fitting to have country music in your blood. The Country Music Hall of Fame has always intrigued me but I had never visited. Since it has been a pretty hot summer we are constantly looking for things to do and for places to go and get out of the house for a little bit. So why not take advantage of one of the places that carries so much history.
I was impressed that when you first get off the elevator to start your self guided tour that they have a kids section. The lady offered for my 3 year old to make a piece of art to add to the quilt that they were making on the wall. They also had a "Be an Explorer" section where children could pick activities to do while at the museum, including Scavenger Hunts and Activity Sheets.
The Country Music Hall of Fame had a little bit of everything from the classic/original artists to the new/current artists. The experience was very interactive and well put together. They showcased clothing worn by the artists, listening stations, and even a recording studio where you could record yourself singing. There was something for every age to enjoy.
Make sure you check out their new program called Community Counts. This program highlights several ways that locals can get FREE or Discounted admission into the Country Music Hall of Fame, including:
For all the detail check out: http://countrymusichalloffame.org/CommunityCounts
Hi, I'm Brittany! I am a mommy, blogger, and Realtor! I look forward to connecting with you through the blog, social media channels, and our monthly Girl's Night Out events!