Madame Tussauds Nashville

Madame Tussauds Nashville

Credit Madame Tussauds Nashville

Credit Madame Tussauds Nashville

To show your students all the glitz and glamor of Hollywood right here in Nashville head to Madame Tussauds, the popular wax museum that has entertained millions upon millions of guests since beginning its legacy over 200 years ago. At Madame Tussauds you will get to hang out with the stars, from selfies with Taylor Swift to one on one time with the King himself, Elvis Presley. There are several Madame Tussauds locations both nationally and internationally, but Nashville's attraction holds a specific country theme with its displays, with such Nashville exclusive rooms as the Opry Stage and Opry Finale.

Learn about the legacy of Madame Tussaud herself while here, a woman born in 1761 who lived through the French Revolution, clearly with some stories to tell, or perhaps more appropriately, some people to show. Her wildly popular wax collection from the past has evolved greatly, the entire conglomerate fueled by 'good, old-fashioned curiosity' throughout the years.

During your visit you will be walking through several differently themed rooms, the entire museum taking a suggested 60 to 90 minutes to self-tour. You will start in the Preshow room, head to the 1950's themed Radio Station to hang out with Patsy Cline, then make your way to the iconic Opry Stage to see Waylon Jennings and Kenny Rogers. Afterward head to the Rock Bar or Blues Bar, the latter of which you will get to see Stevie Nicks and Ella Fitzgerald. Johnny Cash will greet you in the Recording Studio and Rhianna in the MTTV room, the entire exciting collection ending in the Opry Finale Room with popular artists like Reba McEntire. There are so many more stars inside than we could mention, so be sure your camera is fully charged before you come!

Student groups especially will enjoy this stop amid the world's most famous faces because they can opt in for an interactive educational experience or intimate educational workshop. Discuss art and marketing, take the Behind the Scenes Tour, or if your group is in High School or College consider the Business and Marketing tour. Large groups will receive admission discounts and motorcoach parking is free!