The Nashville Country Music Hall Of Fame is one of the main tourist attractions in Nashville. While the rather high entry fee of $25 might scare of many less devoted fans of country music, the exhibits actually cover a very wide range of music history, from the earliest hillbilly music up until modern day Nashville country.
My main disappointment is that Carl Perkins’ Blue suede shoes weren’t actually all that blue.
While the exhibits certainly didn’t make me a fan of the Nashville country music factory of today I still recommend it for anyone visiting. If the entrance seems to steep just save a few dollars by avoiding the bars on HonkyTonk hell also known as Broadway.