Thursday, October 14, 2010

Country Music Hall of Fame

We spent most of the day at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Here are outside views from across the street and at the entrance.

Interior first floor from the entrance,
and looking back at the entrance from the second floor exit from the hall. Foreground is a restaurant.

The museum included a mind-numbing number of exhibits of things such as clothing, guitars,

Elvis' gold piano,
Webb Pierce's Pontiac (silver bullet),
and acres of gold and platinum records.
There were also many audio and video exhibits.

Current special exhibits focused on Tammy Wynette (no pictures) and Hank Williams and his family.

The Hall of Fame itself has plaques for each of its inductees, and there are many.

The visit was well worth the time; more on Nashville later. Must sleep.

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