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Free Admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame

By: Matt Niehoff

Tag: Music

Attention country music fans who live in the Nashville area -- the Country Music Hall of Fame now offers free admission to locals. Residents of Davidson, Chetham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson county residents take note: here are the three ways you can gain entry into one of our most popular attractions free of charge!

Free Youth Admission

18-and-under residents from the above counties can obtain free admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Simply wear a school t-shirt, or present a valid form of ID (Library Card, School ID, Drivers License/Permit, Recent report card, or Passport.) Up to two adults accompanying the youth can also receive a 25% Discount off General Museum Admission.

Community Counts Passport

If you're reading this article, it's more than likely you're older than 18. Well, good news -- you can get free admission too (it's just a tad bit more work.) To do so, check out the Community Counts Passport at any Nashville Public Library location. Passports may not be requested and held in advance, but you can find them in the library catalog to see which locations have one available for on-site check out.

Passports must be picked up in person at a library location—they are not available digitally—then presented to the Museum's Information Desk in exchange for Museum tickets.

Discounted Family Membership    

Residents of Davidson and bordering counties who receive SNAP and Families First benefits may purchase a Family Membership for $5. This level of membership is regularly $100. 


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