Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Nashville, Tennessee

Country music is about the home, hearth, family, and storytelling, subjects illustrated throughout the Hall of Fame and Museum by costumes, artifacts, musical instruments, and musical scores. These, along with photographs, original recordings, archival video, films, touch-screen interactives, and audio programs provide multiple points of access to the collection.

In addition to the Hall of Fame, Museum, and Archive, a performance space and recording studios convey the institution's dual role: chronicler of country music's advance and keeper of its origins. The institution offers visitors and scholars alike a comprehensive view of the personalities and collections that have made this Nashville’s premier tourist destination.

Year:
2001
Client:
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Architect:

Tuck Hinton Architects

Size:

25,000 square feet

Awards:
  • Communication Arts, Award of Excellence for Environmental Graphics

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