Middle Tennessee kids now get free entry to one of Music City's landmark attractions!
Visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is now more affordable for local families. The museum’s new Community Counts initiative grants Middle Tennessee youth ages 18 and younger free admission.
All youth in Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties get the complimentary admission perk.
Through this new offering, a lot more kids will be able to participate in the many family programs available at the Hall of Fame each month.
More About Community Counts
Community Counts is in conjunction with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s 50th anniversary. In addition to kids getting in free, up to two accompanying adults receive a 25 percent discount off the $24.95 general admission rate.
Furthermore, local families who depend on public assistance programs may purchase an annual family membership for $5 — that’s a $95 savings!
“At its core, the museum is, and has always been, committed to education surrounding the historical importance of country music,” says Kyle Young, museum CEO. “Community Counts is an extension of our long-standing commitment to serve our locals and provide them with unforgettable experiences,” he adds.
Community Counts Passport for Adults
Davidson County residents of any age who have a Nashville Public Library card can check out a Community Counts Passport to visit the museum for free.
Up to two Davidson County adults can visit the museum. All 21 library locations have Community Counts Passports; a total of 65 are available. You must pick up the passport in person at a Nashville Public Library location.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is located at 222 Fifth Ave. S., Nashville. Learn more about Community Counts at countrymusichalloffame.org/CommunityCounts.