Looking for an exciting update about the national museum free tour? If yes, then here we are going to decipher each and every major aspect of this news that will surely attract and excite. In honor of Black History Month, the city of Nashville has a lot to offer, including the National Museum of African American Music.
Every Wednesday – 9:00-5:00 in February, free entry to the museum at the Nissan United States of America for all guests tickets will not be required. The National Museum of African American Music celebrates its first day of opening. It took over 20 years for this vision to become a reality.
The museum will celebrate black music of the past, present, and future. Tamar Smithers, the museum’s senior director of Education and Exhibitions, said that they are happy that they have become a staple not only here in Nashville but nationwide. The songs visitors hear indoors are not just a piece of music.
They are stories about agony, desire, determination in life. Smithers said that the best way to celebrate Black History Month is by ensuring that the museum is available for the public.
He further said that he thinks that accessibility and presentation are very vital. The national opinion regarding Nashville is that it is simply just country music and keeping in mind that we love country music, we realize that this is not true. Those who are encountering the museum for the first-time leave wanting to go back.