RV Road Trip Idea – Country Music Hall of Fame

Country music has come a long way, but you don’t have to go very far to learn all about your favorite stars. Turn your RV toward Nashville, Tennessee and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. That’s where country music fans can learn about legends like Brenda Lee and  Hank Williams, while reveling in the art form that made Nashville a music epicenter.

Since 1961, the Country Music Association has been honoring the very best in country music. That tradition led quickly to the Country Music Hall of Fame, where fascinating multimedia exhibits now showcase the lives and music of the stars. Check the Hall of Fame’s website as you’re planning your vacation to learn which live performances and autograph sessions you can also enjoy during your visit.

The Hall of Fame and Museum building, located on Fifth Street in Nashville, is a visual vacation in itself. Your camera won’t stop clicking as you record the excitement of this impressive structure. Spend time soaking up the sights and sounds of country music’s home by spending at least a day roaming the Hall of Fame, as well as watching live performances and collecting autographs.

One fascinating side trip while visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame is a tour of historic RCA Studio B. Learn how great country songs were recorded there by legends like Elvis Presley.

What Else Can I See in Nashville?
If you’ve never been to Nashville, you’ll soon learn why it’s the country music capital of world! Historic Ryman Auditorium, just steps from the Country Music Hall of Fame, was the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. Today’s Opry is equally popular with Nashville-bound RV campers, so be sure to reserve your tickets and get in on the act.

Honkytonks featuring the hottest in country music abound near the Hall of Fame. And if you’d like to experience the zenith of country music enjoyment, plan your trip to coincide with the CMA Music Festival in June.

Where Can I Camp in Nashville?
Coming to Nashville by RV is a great choice, because Music City boasts plenty of comfortable campgrounds. Two favorites among RV campers are Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Resort and Two Rivers Campground, both conveniently close to Nashville area attractions. Nashville Country RV Park, north of downtown in Goodlettsville, can also arrange a tour of the Country Music Hall of Fame and other area attractions.

Will I Be Able to Park?
Nashville’s country music tourism means you’ll find plenty of places to park around the Museum. Public lots behind the Country Music Hall of Fame are RV-friendly, if you don’t plan to bring your own vehicle. Get in touch with ParkitDowntown.com to find your best parking options.

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