“The museum’s top priority is the health and safety of our guests and our staff. That guides our decisions about opening, closing and every other consideration,” said Kyle Young, CEO, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “We look forward to the day when guests from all over the world can explore our galleries again, but the continued increase of COVID-19 cases across the nation causes us to feel that it is wise to remain closed at present, to protect employees and visitors.”
Though the museum is closed to the public, there are several programs available online, including Songwriter Sessions (on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. CT via Instagram Live), the museum’s Voices in the Hall podcast led by Museum Senior Director, Producer, and Writer Peter Cooper, and past performances and interviews from the museum’s archives, which are also available on the museum’s website.
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