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Experience the unique history of country music and find the perfect Music City souvenir at the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store. Explore Willie's life and an astonishing array of memorabilia belonging to everyone's favorite country music artist. The museum is Nashville's pride and joy, so it's well worth the visit down country music's memory lane.
Join the hundreds of fans from around the world who visit the museum and store every year as you journey through the self-guided tour featuring exhibits, individual displays, and personal items of more than 30 famous country music performers! The museum is located at 2613 McGavock Pike, and here you will find a collection of Willie Nelson's beloved personal items, as well as those of Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Kenny Rogers, and Faron Young!
During your tour don't miss the museum's incredible highlights including Willie Nelson's first Martin guitar, his 1979 CMA "Entertainer of the Year Award", handwritten diaries and belongings of the late Patsy Cline, and infamous concert fashion worn by Kenny Rogers, Dottie West, and many more!
When your visit to the museum portion is complete, visit the general store/gift shop where you can browse through Nashville's largest collection of souvenirs and gifts! This place is full of awesome souvenirs to enjoy. With a huge assortment of goods, you will find plenty of outlaw vibes with Western hats, album art, shot glasses, toys for the kiddos, and plenty of other unique souvenirs.
Located just 15 minutes from downtown Nashville right off the interstate, The Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store is a family-owned Nashville tradition offering two amazing attractions in one great location! Whether you're a longtime fan of Willie Nelson's music or simply are interested in the art and traditions of the country music scene that Nashville is so famous for, a trip to this museum is sure to be a wonderful time.
After you have finished spending the afternoon exploring the history of this country music legend, be sure to check out other notable Nashville attractions and hotspots. To get the full experience of Music City, see an amazing live singer and enjoy a song or two at the Grand Ole Opry, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, or enjoy a sightseeing tour. Pair it all with a hotel or inn for a great experience. Whether you want to stay at the luxurious Gaylord Opryland Resort nearby the Grand Ole Opry House or would rather enjoy a low-key bed and breakfast experience, you will find lodging options to suit every vacation option.