Schools and Teachers
Plan a Field Trip
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum plays host to hundreds of field trips all year round — both in-person and virtually. Get started by booking your educational experience today!
School visits must be booked by a teacher. Professional Tour Operators will be directed to the Group Sales Department. All prices subject to change. Payment can be made in advance or on the day of the visit.
Davidson County – FREE
Title 1 – $6.00/Student
Non-Title 1 – $9.00/Student
College – $13.00/Student
Title 1 – $10.00/Student
Non-Title 1 – $17.50/Student
College – $17.50/Student
Riders in the Sky +$5.00/Student
Bill of Rights: The Remix! +$5.00/Student
All Access +$5.00/Student
Dazzling Designs +$2.00/Student
Theater programs require payment at least two weeks prior to the program. Science of Sound Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print programs may include an additional fee.
Outreach programs, including Words & Music Outreach – $125*
*All outreach programs are free to Metro Nashville Public Schools. Non-Metro schools with demonstrated need may apply for Arts Access Subsidy to receive a reduced rate or full waiver of fees.
Minimum of 10 Students – Starting at $125
Each Additional Program – $100
Led live by museum educators, each virtual field trip provides an instructive, engaging, and fun experience for students to explore thematic content.
- A minimum of one adult chaperone and a maximum of two adult chaperones per every ten students is required for all school programs. Required chaperones are admitted into the Museum for free.
- Additional chaperones may attend by purchasing Museum admission ($27.95/ticket). Visit the main ticketing page to find out how to purchase general admission tickets to the Museum.
- The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Arts Access Fund subsidizes the cost of field trips to the Museum and fees for distance-learning programs for K-12 schools with demonstrated need. Subsidies are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, as funds are available, with priority given to Title I schools. Please see the Arts Access Fund Application for eligibility details and to apply for funding.
- Financial assistance may also be available through the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Student Ticket Subsidy, which supports artist fees, tickets, and transportation so that Tennessee public school students can experience a broad variety of cultural opportunities, arts disciplines, and artists. For details, please visit Student Ticket Subsidy.
Please visit our Teachers Resources section for lesson plans to use prior to bringing your students to the Museum.
Admission varies by school type and location. Davidson County students receive free admission for group visits. Specific pricing information can be found on the top of this page. Payment is encouraged in advance.
There is a minimum of ten students per program; the maximum number of students varies with each program. Please email email@example.com with any group-size questions.
- A minimum of one adult chaperone and a maximum of two adult chaperones per every ten students is required for all school programs.
- Students are divided into small groups for Museum tours, and chaperones must remain with the groups at all times. It is the responsibility of the chaperones to maintain orderly student behavior and to assist the tour guide.
Prior to their visit, teachers will receive a parking permit that allows school buses and 15+ passenger vans to park on Korean Veterans Boulevard. Buses should drop students off in front of the building on Demonbreun Street before parking at their designated spot.
There are several paid lots located around the Museum. The Music City Center and the Hilton Hotel are both across the street from the Museum and offer paid parking. Visit www.parkitdowntown.com for additional options.
Tours and programs range in length from one to two hours. For information on specific programs, click here.
Box lunches are available to school groups. For information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.