Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum honors musicians from stars to studio players, from all genres of music. Historic artifacts include instruments played on original recordings of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hank Williams, Sr., George Harrison, Frank Sinatra, The Supremes, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Chicago and more. See the original stage where a young Jimi Hendrix played. "To be recognized by this institution is the greatest honor a musician can have." -Neil Young.Description
Visit the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, located in the heart of downtown Nashville. All-day admission grants you entry into one of the city's top museums, highlighting top performing artists as well as the musicians behind the music.Highlights
Stop by and see the instruments used on hundreds of iconic songs, such as Joe Osborn’s Fender jazz bass used in hit songs by The Carpenters, Mamas and the Papas, The Grass Roots, and Simon and Garfunkel. Other notable exhibits include the control board from Jack’s Tracks Recording Studio where Garth Brooks recorded most of his hits, as well as the original stage where Jimi Hendrix once performed.
The GRAMMY Museum Gallery®
With the privacy of headphones, visitors can play electric drums, keyboard, bass, and guitar, or sing along with Ray Charles and the Raelettes, the all-girl group who provided backing vocals for the legendary musician. For those interested in what goes on behind the scenes in the studio, exhibits for songwriting, engineering, and producing allow Gallery attendees to get in the booth and see for themselves what it takes to cut a record. There are also interactive exhibits for singing, recording, and DJing, and a recording studio and rehearsal room for those who want the full recording experience.
: Nashville, United States of AmericaDuration
: 1 to 3 hrs Voucher Redembtion
: You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.