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Patsy Cline Museum

Opened in April 2017, the Patsy Cline Museum in Nashville, TN was opened to remember and celebrate the life of the legendary country musician. Although Patsy Cline died in a plane crash in Tennessee at age 30, she left behind a number of artifacts, personal belongings, and videos that the public can now enjoy in the 4,000 square foot museum. The Patsy Cline Museum is the leading spot for everything related to the famous singer, and it is a must-visit for any music fan, especially those interested in country music.

Extensive memorabilia collection

Extensive memorabilia collection

Wall of records

Wall of records

Recreation of Madison, TN home rooms

Recreation of Madison, TN home rooms

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Recreation of Madison, TN home rooms Recreation of Madison, TN home rooms

What to Expect at the Patsy Cline Museum

In the Patsy Cline Museum, you will find a wide variety of artifacts including household furnishings, personal letters, photographs, handwritten lyrics, jewelry, clothing, and costumes, all of which had been locked away for more than half a century. The museum features rooms that are recreations of those Cline had in her home in Madison, TN.

The museum contains two video rooms, including a small movie theater showing a biographical film for you to learn more about Patsy Cline. The film is narrated by Beverly D’Angelo, who played Cline in the 1980 film Coal Miner's Daughter. The museum features interactive exhibits and displays, and as you wander around, Cline’s music plays softly in the background. The museum is manageable enough to be seen in one day and is constantly expanding as it adds more artifacts to the collection.

Travel Tips

Inside the museum is a shop for visitors to purchase souvenirs and gifts.