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Patsy Cline Museum, Nashville

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The Patsy Cline Museum is a museum that opened on April 7, 2017 on the second floor of the Johnny Cash Museum building on Third Avenue South in Nashville, Tennessee. It is home to an extensive collection of Patsy Cline memorabilia as well as real-life artifacts once owned by the country singer, who died in a plane crash in 1963 at the age of 30.
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  • Very well done and sweet little museum on the one and only Patsy Cline . Lots of personal momentos . A truly interesting Museum . The young man , I spoke to at desk , was nice and Helpful as well. So....  more »
  • This is a very well-organized and interesting museum. I did not know much about Patsy Cline, but my friends really wanted to go here so I obliged. While I did enjoy it, the admission price is...  more »
  • If you love Patsy, you’ll love the museum! Lots of personal effects, handwritten letters, lyrics, records, ensembles…lots to see and hear.  more »
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  • You must go. To was so beautiful to see her personal belonging and her documentary. my daughter always heard me singing her song and now they can appreciate her work. August 3, 2019.
  • This is a hidden gem. Patsy Cline was a wonderful person and it was great to learn her life story. The museum is wonderfully curated.
  • Very tasteful, not touristy you can tell it is intended as a memorial to her life, not only the incomparable music but of her struggles, and of her love of her family! Great job!
  • Well worth the visit. Not crowded. Quality display. Moving experience.
  • Hand written lyrics and letters. Correspondence from record companies. The pay stub from her first performance at the Grand Ole Opry. The original dining room set and furniture from the rec room of her Dream House. Numerous outfits designed by Patsy and made by her mother. Amongst others. Not to mention a number of the most iconic musical instruments in American musical history. The floorplan is nicely laid out. So as to make it easy to follow the storyline that was, and is, the impact Patsy made on American, and world for that matter, musical and cultural history. I could not recommend the Patsy Cline Museum more highly!

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