Move and groove at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum! Every month, the Museum's calendar is packed with in-person educational programs and activities in which families can learn more about country music, past and present.
Engaging exhibits and hands-on programs offer memorable experiences for all ages. Learn guitar basics, dance to country tunes, make costume designs, write songs, and so much more. Begin your visit at the Taylor Swift Education Center to see special artifacts and pick up fun gallery resources and activities, designed just for kids.
Our well-rounded education programs have something for country music fans of all ages—from in-classroom school programs, including standards-aligned lesson plans, to hands-on workshops at your neighborhood library, as well as in-person visits. Country music fun can continue at home, too, through exploring downloadable coloring sheets, and at-home lessons that provide access to the Museum from your own living room.
In addition to our regular educational programming, the Museum’s summer offerings are truly unique. Our summer Songwriting Camp gives young writers a chance to make friends and learn songwriting from Nashville professionals. Camp is open to beginning-advanced songwriters ages eleven to eighteen; our June session is for beginner to intermediate writers; July session is for intermediate to advanced writers.
*Tennessee children ages 18 and under from Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties receive free museum admission as part of Community Counts: Museum Admission Program for Locals. Up to two accompanying adults receive 25 percent off admission. Proof of residency required. For more information, please visit Community Counts or inquire at the Museum Box Office.