Masks are required for educational programs in the Museum’s theaters and classrooms, as well as for tours to Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print.


Event Space: BMI Hall

The warmth of cherry wood panels envelops the BMI Hall and the stately Bud Wendell & Steve Turner Boardroom on our fourth floor. Floor-to-ceiling windows reference piano keys, part of the building’s musically themed design, with views overlooking the Music City Walk of Fame Park and downtown Nashville, making it a choice venue for corporate event planners. By day, natural light lends a warm glow to this unique event space. By night, the view of the city is even more dramatic.

The Bud Wendell & Steve Turner Boardroom meeting space features a 65-foot, U-shaped granite table with handsome leather chairs and exhilarating views of the city skyline, day or night. For corporate event planners, full production capabilities are available for technical communications needs, video production, or musical performances.

The BMI Hall and boardroom rental event spaces are accessible via a private elevator for VIP guests and can be configured for corporate meetings, classroom settings, intimate performances, and breakout sessions, as well as dining.


BMI Hall
1,400 Square Feet
Capacity: 80 Reception
108 Banquet • 120 Theater • 63 Classroom


Bud Wendell & Steve Turner Boardroom

1,400 Square Feet
Capacity: 40 Classroom
41 Board Table Seating (10 Perimeter Seats)
Amenities: Attached service kitchen
Dimmable lighting
Da-Lite motorized screen

  • Bud Wendell & Steve Turner Boardroom Virtual Tour

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