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Local kids visit free all summer at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Through Labor Day, locals 18 and under can enjoy museum programs + summer activities without paying a dime.

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Two children stand in the Country Music Hall of Fame holding brochures. A family looks at an exhibit.

Not going to lie — we might be most excited by the Museum’s Line Dancing Workshop.

Photo provided by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

It’s a country music summer, y’all.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is rolling out the welcome wagon for all locals through Monday, Sept. 2, offering free admission for kids 18 and under + 25% off admission for up to two adults who tag along.

Residents in Davidson and bordering counties (including Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson) are eligible to participate.

Plus, in addition to the current Museum programs, families will find daily interactive activities centered around learning, exploring, and hands-on crafts.

The rotating lineup (think: multiple dates) includes:

Pro tip: Even with free admission, per-day spots are limited, so we recommend reserving timed entry tickets in advance.

Plan your summer visit

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