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The Johnny Cash Museum features the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, films and much more. We feature a Bongo Java Coffee...more
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Amazing! Don’t be discouraged if there is a line, it moves quickly and they encourage you to take your time. Plenty of clever exhibits, original documents, films and pictures. Be sure to put on the headphones and listen at the many different video stations.
not much of a cash fan, but got a better appreciation of his talents and contribution to music from the museum. it's fairly small, but has a pretty good collection. the first section you enter is very tight and can be pretty crowded
A lot of items personal to Cash and his wife June Carter Cash are in this museum, from consumes to letters, to pictures to furniture they had in their house. Three short films are shown on different screens showing Johnny in films, performing music and...More
Not bad but not amazing either... I think the sudden down pour caused quite a crowd when we first got in so we waded past a lot of people clogging the front areas. The place just isn't very big feeling but it had a nice...More
We decided to go through this museum in downtown Nashville. There are many interesting exhibits from Johnny as a little boy, to his costumes and the stones from his former home. June has a few costumes here on display. There are a few videos throughout....More
This museum was one of the reasons we visited Nashville. It did not disappoint. Even huge Johnny Cash fans will find new and interesting aspects of his life and music. Great little gift shop also. I would recommend going early in the day. Added bonus...More