Tennessee
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Our most recommended Tennessee Museum Tickets

  • Nashville: National Museum of African American Music Entry

    1. Nashville: National Museum of African American Music Entry

    Visit Nashville's newest musical destination, the National Museum of African American Music. Experience interactive and immersive exhibits and learn the history and cultural impact behind your favorite artists. Explore the 56,000-square-foot facility, which is the only museum dedicated to educating, preserving, and celebrating more than 50 music genres and styles.  Learn about the music that was created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans, including spirituals, blues, jazz, gospel, R&B, and hip hop. Discover artifacts, objects, memorabilia, clothing, and state-of-the-art technology. Each gallery is designed to share a different narrative and a unique perspective on African American music and history. Hear the story of how a distinct group of people used their artistry to impact and change the world.

    Very emotional. Informative entertaining...I loved it... beautiful pictures.. costumes. Gowns...other artifacts...need 2 days.

  • Nashville: Top Attractions City Pass

    2. Nashville: Top Attractions City Pass

    The Nashville Explorer Pass offers you a selection of over 10 must-see attractions, landmarks, and tours for one discounted pre-paid price. Save up to 8% compared to regular admission, have everything arranged in advance, and get exclusive extras. Your pass features special perks including moonshine tastings, an Opry Mills coupon book, or a poster souvenir, helping you make the most of your Nashville trip and save even more along the way. Plus, there's no need to decide what you’ll do or see in advance, and you can take up to one year after purchasing the pass to make your first visit. Choose between a Circle Pass, Music Pass, or Fun Pass: Circle Pass This pass includes access to Nashville’s Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, National Museum of African America Music, and the o...

  • Nashville: Musicians Hall of Fame & Glen Campbell Museum

    3. Nashville: Musicians Hall of Fame & Glen Campbell Museum

    Take the trolley from Riverpoint Station to visit the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum plus the Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage. First, enjoy 2 hours at The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, where you will explore a range of exhibits covering a range of genres from country to rock n’ roll. See instruments, studio booths, and memorabilia from some of your favorite artists. The next stop on the trolley is the Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage that honors the “Rhinestone Cowboy” himself. Discover never-before-seen artifacts from Glen’s early years on the farm in Arkansas through his climb to super-stardom. Admire a collection of his guitars, instruments, and famous stage attire by legendary Western Wear Clothiers, Nudie Cohn, and Manuel Cuevas.

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What people are saying about Tennessee

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 9 reviews

A short drive from the city of Nashville. Beautiful grounds and a lot of American history. Our guide was very knowledgeable I was able to answer any questions about the Jackson State

Enjoyed reading about all genres of music. Loved the interactive areas. Loved the ability to download music and the interactive sessions. A must see!!

Very emotional. Informative entertaining...I loved it... beautiful pictures.. costumes. Gowns...other artifacts...need 2 days.

super display of history of great music and musicians

well prepared, planning on bringing others tobenjoy