History is deep in Nashville and there's a museum for just about everything. Whether you prefer to visit an art museum or one centered around music, you can choose from many throughout the city. Here are the top choices for your next museum visit.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
As one of the top choices for performances, films, lectures, family events, music events and incredible art, the Frist Center should be at the top of your list. You will find some of the best art in the city here and visitors under 18 years of age get in free.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Music City wouldn't be complete without a museum dedicated to country music. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is found in the entertainment district of downtown. The museum provides over 40,000 square feet of music history and so much more.
Lane Motor Museum
With over 150 cars and motorcycles on display, this is the perfect place for the car lover. Many of the vehicles are hard to find anywhere else and range from military vehicles to competition cars.
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art
This 55-acre attraction provides a look at some of the best art in the city. The garden is a great place to enjoy workshops for all ages, classes and so much more.
Tennessee State Museum
The largest state museum in the country, the Tennessee State Museum provide a look at the history of the state. It's found downtown off 5th and Deaderick Street and admission is free.
Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
Not just dedicated to country music, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum covers all genres from funk to R & B. With a little bit of everything, this is a great place to explore the history of music.
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