Taylor Swift Education Center

Home to the Museum’s award-winning educational programs, the Taylor Swift Education Center offers a fun space for unique hands-on experiences connected to the Museum’s content.

A Space for Exploration and Curiosity

Three classrooms, a videoconference lab, an interactive gallery, and more create an exciting learning environment for all ages. Open during Museum hours, the education center also features youth art installations and special artifact cases. With programs that include curriculum-connected activities for school groups, tailored programs for toddlers, and fun and engaging music and art programs designed for the whole family, the Taylor Swift Education Center is a special dedicated space where visitors of all ages can experience the culture of country music.

For more on our programs:

Family and Youth Programs   

School and Teacher Resources

Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum Updates Taylor Swift Education Center Display

The display includes several items from Taylor Swift’s career representing her origins in country music

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – April 19, 2024 – The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum has updated the display in its Taylor Swift Education Center with several new artifacts from Swift’s early career. Items on display include key musical instruments used by Swift that illustrate her origins in country music, as well as educate audiences on the musical traditions of the genre. Beginning today, these objects will be on view for museum visitors through spring 2025 and are accessible with general museum admission.

Available for Families

The Museum offers a variety of materials and activities for families to engage with during their visit. This includes:

A group of people walking into the Taylor Swift Education Center

Family-friendly Scavenger Hunts

Complete exhibit-related scavenger hunts, available in the Taylor Swift Education Center, and collect a prize from the Information Desk. Complete exhibit-related scavenger hunts, available in the Taylor Swift Education Center, and collect a prize from the Information Desk.

Coloring Pages

Located in the Taylor Swift Education Center and in the Museum galleries, coloring pages focus on instruments, exhibits, and other elements of country music history.

Young Explorer Kits and Sensory Kits

Explore the exhibits with tailored activity kits designed for young children and visitors with sensory sensitivities in mind. Kits are available to pick up at the Information Desk or Box Office.

Student Art

Since 2014, curated student art exhibitions created by Metro Nashville Public School students have been displayed in the Taylor Swift Education Center. These works were inspired by visits to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, where students explored the galleries and participated in workshops with various artists.

Family Art

Youth who visit the Museum can express their creativity through on-site activities, such as coloring pages, scavenger hunts and more! See their unique perspectives on country music history here.

You can make art with us, too! Download coloring pages here and send your completed designs back to us at familyfun@countrymusichalloffame.org. Please include your age and where you are from!

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