Housed in the same building as the Johnny Cash Museum, this is a fun experience in its own right because it offers a small glimpse back in time, with Cline’s clothing, personal effects, and even furniture from her home. It paints a picture of the singer’s life before she died tragically at age 30 in a plane crash. Keep an eye out for the custom red leather bar Cline and her husband had emblazoned with “Patsy and Charlie,” as well as the gold watch she was wearing on March 5, 1963, the day she died.