Group Museum Admission
|for groups of 15 people or more.|
|With Audio Tour|
Complimentary admission is offered for the group’s escort and driver.
Customize Your Groups Itinerary
In addition to touring the Museum, your group can choose from a variety of one-of-a-kind experiences that includes Nashville's most legendary recording studio or time spent with Music City's finest performers and songwriters.
Legends, Lunch, and Lyrics
Nashville is home to country music, delicious Southern cooking, and great hospitality. These Nashville traditions come together in this brand new package. Groups enjoy a classic Southern "Meat n' Three" lunch as they are entertained by the songs, stories, and writing insight from one of Nashville's most accomplished songwriters. It is the quintessential Music City experience.
Cash On CashTM
Hear the stories of Johnny and June from John Carter Cash
No one told a story quite like Johnny Cash, and that tradition continues with this unique program offered at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Enjoy a private performance and discussion with Johnny and June's son, John Carter Cash. In this intimate experience John Carter shares his stories growing up in a legendary family. He will entertain you wit hhis own original music, as well as a few numbers made famous by his legendary family. The program concludes with a Q&A and a chance to meet John Carter Cash.
Historic RCA Studio B
Nashville's Only Studio Tour
Complete your Museum experience with an up-close look at Nashville’s oldest remaining recording studio through a personally-guided tour. The studio was once used regularly by legends such as Eddy Arnold, Dolly Parton, and Elvis Presley—and more recently, Martina McBride, Marty Stuart, and Carrie Underwood have stepped up to this fabled microphone. Your group will hear the stories behind legendary recordings, view vintage film footage, artifacts, photos, and the original instruments used in producing countless hit recordings.
Duration: 1 hour
Note: Due to the popularity of this tour, there is limited availability for groups. Be sure to call today to book your group.
Star for a Day
Record a group song at Nashville's most legendary studio.
This itinerary begins on Nashville’s famed Music Row with a tour of Historic RCA Studio B. Here, your group will get an up-close look at the studio that was once used regularly by music legends Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and even more recently, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, and Marty Stuart among many others. Inside the studio, your group will work with a professional sound engineer in a recording session. Then it’s off to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to complete your group’s tour experience. Complete your itinerary with an optional lunch or dinner at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon, Hard Rock Café or Margaritaville where your group will hear their newly recorded hit.
The Stories behind the Songs
Many can sing it, but few can say they wrote it.
Discover the stories behind the music you love in a private session with one of Nashville's hit songwriters. The group is given insight on the craft of songwriting from concept to hit. These up-close and personal sessions gives the rare opportunity to hear recognizable songs in their original form.
Sharing the Art of Songwriting
Nothing is more Nashville than writing your own group song.
Your group joins one of Music City’s many accomplished writer for an hour-long session of songwriting. By offering personal insight and direction, the writer guides your group in creating an original song of their own. This unique experience concludes with a group recording of their recently crafted hit song.
Bring history to life with this guided Museum audio tour. Foreign language audio tours are available (based on availability).
Duration: approx. 1 hour
Music City Showcase
For choirs and ensembles of twenty to marching bands of up to one hundred, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum provides an excellent opportunity for performance group of all levels to showcase their talents.
Two Twenty • Two Grill & Catering is the perfect place for your group to enjoy a southern-inspired meal. Located in the museum's Curb Conservatory, we offer a variety of southern favorites featuring locally grown produce, with live music served on the side. Whether your group needs a continental breakfast, buffet lunch, or simple box lunches, The Grill can accommodate your dining needs.
Here is some information to keep in mind while planning your group's dining experience:
- Two Twenty • Two Grill & Catering is open 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Monday - Saturday. Special reservations and times can be arranged to fit your group's itinerary.
- Reservations for a-la-carte dining are accepted for parties up to 25 persons.
- For larger groups (25 - 100 persons), we suggest utilizing our group buffet options.
- Customized breakfast menus are available upon request.
- Advance reservations and menu selections are required for large parties and must be made at least 72 hours in advance.
- Complimentary seating is provided for all group buffets.
For an additional $3.00 per person, seating can be arranged for all box lunch orders.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Arrival
- Please use Demonbreun Street in front of the Museum for loading and unloading only.
- Escorts are asked to check in at the Information Desk prior to escorting their group into the building.
- Upon request, a staff member will come aboard your coach to give a brief welcome.
- Escorts please advise groups if they have not purchased the Audio Tour in advance that they can do so upon arrival at a special price.
- Escort and driver will receive complimentary Museum admission.
Historic RCA Studio B Arrival
Escorts, please come to the door on the Roy Acuff Place side of the building to check in before the guests disembark. Please be sure to arrive at your scheduled tour time to ensure a complete tour experience. The physical address for RCA Studio B is 1611 Roy Acuff Place. Please allow one hour for your group tour.
Parking: Limited motor coach parking is available on the street in front of the studio (Roy Acuff Place). The studio is located in a residential and commercial area, therefore, motor coaches are required to turn off their engine, or depart and return for passenger pickup at the end of the tour.
Group Tour FAQ’s
Where does my Group check-in?
The escort should enter our main entrance, on Demonbreun Street between 4th and 5th Avenues, and proceed to the Information Desk. Here final payment is made, tickets and a bus parking pass will be given. After acquiring these items, the escort is then welcome to unload the guests from the bus to start their museum experience.
Where should our bus drop us off and pick us up?
Buses may load and unload at the Museum’s main entrance located on Demonbreun Street between 4th and 5th Avenues.
Where should I park my motor coach?
The escort should obtain a bus parking pass and parking directions from our Information Desk upon check-in. Due to limited space, long-term parking is not permitted in front of the Museum.
Where is Historic RCA Studio B located?
Group tours of this facility must be arranged in advance with a group sales representative. Groups are to use their own form of transportation to get to and from the Studio. Transportation is not provided.
Studio B is located just off of Music Row, about 1.5 miles from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
For more questions or information about Group Tours, please call 800.852.6437.
For more information or reservations, submit an information request form or call 800.852.6437
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