We got the pleasure of visiting the Johnny Cash Museum in Downtown Nashville this week. The museum has a wonderful souvenir shop in front, featuring everything Johnny Cash, from coffee mugs to t-shirts to books.
Once you enter the museum, it begins with an interactive decade wall where you can put on headphones and listen through the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s. As you walk around, you get a true understanding of the Man in Black, including his childhood, military service, music, art, activism, religion, and more. Expect to see plenty of records, awards, videos, outfits, memorabilia, and photos.
Instead of Wikipedia, you’ll learn a lot about one of the most legendary artists of all time through engaging visuals and audio. We don’t want to spoil it, but here are some photos to give you an idea of what to expect when you visit.
We highly recommend checking out the Johnny Cash Museum for yourself. It’s a great place to show off to visiting friends, too.
Address: 119 3rd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201
Price: $14 Adults, $10 youth (15 & under), and Free for kids (5 & under)
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