It’s impossible to escape music in a city like Nashville, which makes a visit to RCA Studio B—where it kind of all began—so memorable. More than 35,000 songs have been recorded here, including 200 of Elvis Presley’s rock and roll hits and some 40 ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2015

Amazing ,best moments on the RCA Studio B tour ,Tom a very informed and knowledgable host ,loved every minute
Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum were outstanding , the Ryman spectacular
Great value "pass", a must for anyone visiting Nashville

Doing what: Nashville Music Attraction Discount Pass

4 star rating: Recommended
March 2011

Rhyman was amazing and you get to take your photo on stage. I would recommend purchasing the back stage tour and planning to record one of your songs in their studio if you are a singer songwriter. Also, try to see a show there in the evening if you have time.

Country Music Hall of Fame was really neat. So much history although we did notice there were some famous artists who weren't featured here.

Wildhorse saloon is great for dinner and line dancing. There last lesson ends around 8pm so go early. There's a lot to do in this area so you could go out for drinks afterword

RCA Studio B was sold out when we tried to go so call ahead and reserve your time.

Doing what: Nashville Music Attraction Discount Pass

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