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The Stars Are All Out at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame


Be a Star Yourself—See the Legends on a Charter Bus Trip!!

From Johnny Cash to Bob Dylan, from Brad Paisley and Alabama to the Charlie Daniels Band, from Kenny (Rogers to Garth, from Dolly to Reba, from Bill Monroe to the Carter Family—if it’s country, it’s here at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Established in 1961 by the Country Music Association, it’s one of the world’s largest popular music research centers and has the biggest collection of country music memorabilia in the world. Among the artifacts here are the famed “Nudie suits,” historic motor vehicles, musical instruments and films about country music, its origins and its many stars. The museum occupies more than 130,000 square feet right in the heart of downtown Nashville and is actually in the midst of a $100 million renovation that will double its size.

You could easily spend days at the museum and still find something new and fascinating. But Nashville’s a big city and getting bigger. You don’t want to have to worry about how to find the museum or where to park, and you certainly don’t want to fight traffic. There’s a better way—travel like the stars do, in the comfort, luxury and convenience of a charter bus from


Must See Exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

You simply won’t be able to see it all—at least not in one trip. So here are some exhibits you don’t want to miss:

  • Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music—This is the heart of CMHFM, documenting the origins of country music, how it’s traditions developed and the many voices and stories from across the country and the world that have contributed to this distinctly American sound. You’ll find photographs, film footage and vintage recordings of many of the pioneers of country music, from Jimmie “the Singing Brakeman” Rodgers and Vernon Dalhart to Hank Williams, from Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Roy Acuff, Patsy Cline to Roy Rogers and Gene Autry.
  • Instruments belonging to the legends of the genre, including Bill Monroe’s mandolin, Mother Maybelle Carter’s guitar (a Gibson L-5), Bob Wills’ fiddle and Earl Scruggs’ banjo.
  • Many of the famous outfits worn by country stars, such as Porter Wagoner and Gram Parsons’ Nudie suits, Johnny Cash’s famous black suit and Jim Reeves’ tuxedo.
  • Famous cars, from the 1980 Pontiac Trans Am that Jerry Reed drove in Smokey and the Bandit II to Elvis’s 1960 “Solid Gold” Cadillac.

Current Exhibits


In addition to the permanent exhibits, the museum also brings in new exhibits on a regular basis. Those running now include:

  • Alabama: Song of the South, a tribute to the vocal group from Fort Payne, Alabama that had more than 40 number one singles, including Love in The First Degree, Mountain Music, The Closer You Get and My Home’s In Alabama.
  • Charlie Daniels: Million Mile Reflections, documenting the life of fiddler and singer Charlie Daniels, the mountain of a man famous for The Devil Went Down To Georgia, Long Haired Country Boy and The South’s Gonna Do It.
  • Homegrown: Zac Brown Band. This exhibit chronicles the early days of the eight-man band formed in Atlanta in 2002, known for their hits Chicken Fried, Colder Weather and Toes.
  • Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City. This exhibit looks at Bob Dylan’s surprising decision to record in Nashville in the late 60s and his unusual collaboration with Johnny Cash, including his appearance at the Ryman in 1969.


The Best Way to Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum—On a Charter Bus!

There’s just no way around it…the Country Hall of Fame and Museum can be an overwhelming experience. Don’t make your trip a hassle by trying to handle all the details yourself—have fun with friends and family while we take care of all the details.

Here are some of the great reasons to choose a charter bus for your trip:

  • Charter buses are safe and secure—Our drivers are simply the best in the business, due in significant part to the rigorous training we put them through. Another benefit of bus travel—the limited access to the bus ensures that you and your personal items are safe and secure.
  • Charter buses are reliable—We’ll have you in the stands in plenty of time and will be waiting for you after the final out. With a charter bus, delays and cancellations just don’t happen. We have the cutting edge technology to respond to any issue, so we can always get you where you want to be when you want to be there.
  • Charter buses are the most affordable way to travel—Bus travel is hands-down the most cost effective way to travel. With the money you don’t spend on travel, you can get a shirt or a cap from your favorite team.
  • There’s a charter bus that’s just right for your group!—Large or small, your group will find a vehicle that’s ideal for your needs.


Book Your Charter Bus Today

There’s no reason to wait another minute. You can make your reservation online, the fast and easy way. Call 1-888-502-3458 to reserve your vehicle.


The Stars Are All Out at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame