Old Town Trolley Tours: Operates 7 days a week, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm, every 30 minutes. Last re-board at Stop 1 .
December 31: Tours end at 2:00pm.
Closed July 4th, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Hotel Shuttle pick ups available. Call Customer Service for locations and times. (Shuttles temporarily suspended)
Country Music Hall of Fame: Museum open daily 9:00am - 5:00pm.
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Number of Stops
Old Town Trolley 13 stops. 1.) Lower Broadway. 2.) Ryman Auditorium. 3.) State Capitol/TPAC. 4.) Musicians Hall of Fame. 5.) Farmers’ Market. 6.) Capitol View. 7.) Marathon Village. 8.) Centennial Park. 9.) Midtown. 10.) Belmont Mansion. 11.) The Gulch 12.) Union Station/FRIST Art Museum. 13.) Country Music Hall of Fame.
Old Town Trolley Tours: Only a reservation date is required. Times are not needed.
Country Music Hall of Fame Museum: Reservations are now recommended due to limited capacity. Please review e-Ticket for details.
Old Town Trolley-Main Ticket Booth: 201 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37210. Old Town Trolley eTicket holders may board the trolley at any Old Town Trolley boarding location.
Country Music Hall of Fame-222 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203
Located in the heart of downtown Nashville, on Demonbreun Street between 4th and 5th Avenues.
2nd Ave. and Broadway
Old Town Trolley: The downtown area has numerous parking opportunities in paid lots. There is no designated free parking to board the tour.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum: Various pay lots available near the museum.
Old Town Trolley Child prices are for ages 4-12 yrs. of age. Children under 4 yrs. are free. Country Music Hall of Fame: Adults are ages 13 and up, Children are ages 6-12, under 6 are free.
Guests with Tickets can board at any Old Town Trolley boarding location. Without an e-Ticket voucher or mobile ticket you must go to the ticket booth location with invoice order number. Please note that trolleys can only pick up guests at the designated stops and by law cannot stop at any other location. Assistance animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are the only animals that are allowed on board the trolleys. Routes are subject to change during special events. Trolley route may be delayed or some stops closed during these times. For updated schedule please call 629-208-0200.
Country Music Hall of Fame Museum: An Audio Tour is a great enhancement to the Museum tour, and is T-coil compatible. Headsets are available upon request with the standard audio wand rental. Sign Language Interpreters are available for most of the Museum programs upon request. All requests are subject to availability.
Country Music Hall of Fame COVID-19 Policies and Procedures: The health and safety of our staff and guests are our highest priority. We have taken measures and instituted new policies related to the control of COVID-19. We ask that you follow all instructions provided by staff and on-site signs. Masks are required for all visitors except those under the age of 2. Our staff will be conducting temperature checks as guests enter the Museum. Visitors are asked to maintain a distance of six feet from other parties. Museum Galleries, retail shops, and dining capacities will be limited. Cash payments will not be accepted at the Museum box office, retail locations and dining, at this time. Apple Pay (via iPhone and Apple Watch) as well as contactless payment via Credit Card are both available. During your visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, you'll follow a one-way path through the Museum Galleries. Select features will be closed, while others will be modified. Indoor areas where adequate physical distancing cannot be achieved will remain closed at this time. These areas include: The Ford Theater, Second Floor Theater, CMA Theater, and the Taylor Swift Education Center. We will monitor capacity and direct people through select exhibits including: The East Wing Gallery – currently featuring the exhibits We Could: The Songwriting Artistry of Boudleaux and Felice Bryant, Brooks & Dunn: Kings of Neon, and interactive aspects of our American Currents: State of Music exhibit.