Nashville’s Hatch Show Print Offering Daily Tours

Hatch Show Print. Photo courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame

Hatch Show Print. Photo courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame

Nashville’s Hatch Show Print, a 135-year-old operation that designs concert posters, monoprints and other custom works, is now offering daily public tours.

Guests will learn the history of letterpress printing, as well as the process of poster production, from carving blocks to hand-setting type. The tour then moves to the Hatch Show Print Space for Design, a classroom-workshop designed for tours and family programs. At the tour’s conclusion, guests are invited to print their own Hatch Show Print piece.

Hatch tours can be purchased online or at the museum’s box office for $15 (adults) and $10 (youth). The 60-minute tours take place daily at 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3:30 p.m., with the exception of one Sunday each month (following the First Saturday Art Crawl), when a Hatch-themed family program is offered instead of tours.

Hatch Show Print is located at 224 5th Ave. S. For more information, visit


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