The first GRAMMY Museum Gallery in the world is opening in Nashville at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum! The gallery is set up for guests to explore the history of the GRAMMY Awards, experience what it’s like to be on the stage, and the recording process. It’s going to be SO sweet. Through interactive stations they will have electric drums, keyboards, and guitars just waiting to be played, plus opportunities to sing along with Ray Charles on stage and in the spot light. Then, you can go behind the scenes in the studio to see exhibits for songwriting, engineering, and producing to get a feel for what’s like to cut a record. Pretty awesome, right?
They will host a grand opening on April 2. Throughout the day there will be live music, food trucks, giveaways, and other activities families will love. Half price tickets all day ($12). Kids 10 and under are free. Click for more information.