Sure, Nashville is the capital of the world when it comes to country music, but it's also one of the world's major recording centers, with the greatest concentration of studio musicians on the planet. It's only fitting that the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, located on the first floor of the Municipal Auditorium downtown, would call Music City home. Paying tribute to the often unheralded session players in Los Angeles, Detroit, and Memphis as well as Nashville who contributed to hit records, the museum offers fascinating insights into the recording business and the music industry in general. Music fans will enjoy the re-created studios, which include equipment and musical instruments employed on iconic records by legends such as Elvis Presley and Diana Ross, but younger visitors and anyone who's unfamiliar with this part of American music history may be less impressed.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
417 4th Ave. North
Our Rating Hours Mon–Sat 10am–5pm Phone 615/244-3263 Prices $18.95 adults, $10.95 ages 10–17, free for children under 10, $15.95 seniors Web site Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
Map417 4th Ave. North Nashville
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