Community & Library Programs
If you can't come to us, we can come to you! We can't wait to see you!
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers music and art-making programs at libraries, schools, community centers, fairs, and festivals around Middle Tennessee. Community pop-up programs include our Musical Instrument Petting Zoo, a hands-on music-making experience guided by experts; Songwriting 101, an opportunity to write a song as a group with a professional songwriter; and art-making activities that explore country music themes.
Interested in bringing your local group to us? We also welcome scout troops and community youth groups at our Museum. Find information below.
PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES FOR LIBRARIES
From providing pop-up activities to video conference programs, the Museum is available to support libraries and literacy initiatives that connect reading with country music themes, sounds, and artists.
The Museum partners with community organizations including after-school centers, social service agencies, cultural institutions, and libraries. Our 2018 partners include Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee, Martha O’Bryan Center, Oasis Center and Nashville Public Library.
Visiting the Museum as part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee?
As part of our Community Counts initiative, all school-age children residing in Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Wilson, and Williamson counties enter the Museum for free during off school hours. When visiting the Museum with their Littles, Big Brothers and Big Sisters from Middle Tennessee need only present their BBBS of Middle Tennessee identification cards at the Information Desk (located just inside the Museum’s main entrance) to receive free admission. When visiting as a Couples Match, the second Big will receive 25% off adult admission.
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