Right off Lower Broadway is a small museum dedicated to the "Man in Black,” and it holds the largest and most comprehensive collection of Johnny Cash artifacts. Patrons crowd around costumes, instruments, personal letters, artworks, and handwritten songs. People who aren’t yet diehard fans will enjoy the clips of Cash's performances and TV appearance, screened in a small on-site theater. Those who already know the legend’s lore will enjoy quirky inclusions, like a photo of Cash with his newborn son, John Carter, that the newspaper headlined: “He didn’t name it Sue.” While this museum is packed to the gills with everything Cash, it is small, so it gets cramped during peak hours. To avoid the crowd, try to hit it right when they open and purchase your tickets in advance online so you can scan them without having to wait in the ticketing line.