U. S. 23 Country Music Highway Museum, Paintsville
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The U.S. 23 Country Music Highway Museum is a museum in Paintsville, Kentucky dedicated to the country music entertainers who were born or lived near U.S. Route 23 in eastern Kentucky. Entertainers exhibited within the museum include Billy Ray Cyrus, The Judds, Tom T. Hall, Ricky Skaggs, Hylo Brown, Loretta Lynn, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Keith Whitley, Dwight Yoakam, Patty Loveless, and Gary Stewart. It also has a gift shop and a large conference room that can be reserved for events.Add U. S. 23 Country Music Highway Museum to your Paintsville travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Paintsville vacation route planner.
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A small but very delightful museum. Memorabilia from famous country music artists that are from the area. Small entrance fee of $4 - was money well spent. Pleasant staff and extremely clean and tidy. ... read more »
Thank you Jeremiah! Our host and guide through the exhibit. For a small fee we were able to see quite a bit if memorabilia from all the local county artists in the area including Chris Stapleton. We s... read more »
very interesting every Thursday evening 7p.m. different groups preform live mostly older country music lots of dancing locals get visitors to dance with them. Museum also interesting with stars that l... read more »
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