Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum

The Museum consists of instruments owned and played by well-known artists as well as behind-the-scenes session musicians. Each exhibit tells the story of a musician that you may have heard but may have never seen. The Musicians Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world that honors the musicians who played on the greatest recordings of all time.

Past inductees include:

The Funk Brothers
The Wrecking Crew
The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section
The Crickets
The Surfaris
Al Kooper
Felix Cavaliere
Don Everly
Duane Eddy
Dick Dale
Al Jardine
Don Felder
Roy Orbison
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Randy Bachman
Buddy Guy
Peter Frampton

Instruments and Memorabilia

  • Elvis Presley’s studio where he recorded his biggest records such as Suspicious Minds, In the Ghetto and more.
  • Glen Campbell’s guitars that he played on his nationally broadcast TV show and as a session musician in the early 60’s.
  • One of Jimi Hendrix’s Stratocaster guitar’s and the stage he performed on in Nashville.
  • James Jamerson’s actual Fender P-Bass.
  • Steve Lukather’s original Les Paul guitar given to him by his father.

Hours:
Monday – Saturday
10:00am – 5:00pm
Call for Holiday hours

Admission:
Adults $24
Youth 6-17 $14
Children under 5 free
Other discounts apply, call for details

Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
417 4th Ave. N
Nashville TN 37201
615 244-3263