Customize Your Group Tour Itinerary

In addition to touring the Museum, your group can have one-of-a-kind experiences at Nashville's most legendary recording studio or with Music City's finest performers and songwriters.

For more information or reservations, submit an information request form or call 800.852.6437.

Legends, Lunch, and Lyrics

Good food. Great music.

Nashville is home to country music, delicious Southern cooking, and great hospitality. These Nashville traditions come together in this brand new package. Groups enjoy a classic Southern "Meat n' Three" lunch as they are entertained by the songs, stories, and writing insight from one of Nashville's most accomplished songwriters. It is the quintessential Music City experience.

Cash On CashTM

Hear the stories of Johnny and June from John Carter Cash

No one told a story quite like Johnny Cash. Enjoy a private performance and discussion with Johnny and June's son, John Carter Cash. In this intimate experience John Carter shares his stories growing up in a legendary family. He answers questions from the audience and concludes with a meet and greet.

Historic RCA Studio B

Nashville's Only Studio Tour

Complete your Museum experience with an up-close look at Nashville’s oldest remaining recording studio through a personally-guided tour. The studio was once used regularly by legends such as Eddy Arnold, Dolly Parton, and Elvis Presley—and more recently, Martina McBride, Marty Stuart, and Carrie Underwood have stepped up to this fabled microphone. Your group will hear the stories behind legendary recordings, view vintage film footage, artifacts, photos, and the original instruments used in producing countless hit recordings.

Duration: 1 hour

Note: Due to the popularity of this tour, there is limited availability for groups. Be sure to call today to book your group.

Star for a Day

Record a group song at Nashville's most legendary studio.

This itinerary begins on Nashville’s famed Music Row with a tour of Historic RCA Studio B.  Here, your group will get an up-close look at the studio that was once used regularly by music legends Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, and even more recently, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, and Marty Stuart among many others.  Inside the studio, your group will work with a professional sound engineer in a recording session. Then it’s off to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to complete your group’s tour experience. Complete your itinerary with an optional lunch or dinner at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon, Hard Rock Café or Margaritaville where your group will hear their newly recorded hit.

The Stories behind the Songs

Many can sing it, but few can say they wrote it.

Discover the stories behind the music you love in a private session with one of Nashville's hit songwriters. This intimate session allows the rare opportunity to hear hits as they were originally written. The writer demonstrates to the group how a song is created from concept to hit. Each session ends with a meet and greet where the writer signs autographs, answers questions, and has recordings available for purchase.

Sharing the Art of Songwriting

Nothing is more Nashville than writing your own group song.

This session is an interactive hour in which your group acts as the co-writer of a song with one of Music City's most accomplished songwriters. The writer guides the group in composing original lyrics. The session concludes with the songwriter and group recording Nashville's newest tune together. You won't find another experience for your group that's more uniquely Nashville.

Listen to samples of other groups' final songs from Sharing the Art of Songwriting:

Eight Part Harmony
We Love Nashville
We Love Verizon

Celebrity Audio Tour

Experience the Museum with your favorite country stars!

Bring history to life with this guided Museum audio tour, given by Dolly Parton, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gill, Bill Cody and others.

Duration: approx. 1 hour

Music City Showcase

Whether you have a singing group of twenty or a marching band of a hundred, a performance at the Museum is an experience your group will remember for a lifetime.


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