Johnny Cash always started his concerts by saying "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash," and always ended them by walking briskly off stage. Learn about the legend with this Groupon.
- $17 for admission for two ($30 value)
If redeemed on Sunday, April 13, this Groupon also includes a special screening of Murder in Coweta County, starring Johnny Cash and Andy Griffith, and panel discussion with the film's producer, Dick Atkins. The event will be held at the museum's adjacent event space at 2 p.m.
The Johnny Cash Museum
"Chances are, your Nashville guidebook won’t mention this hidden gem..." says Forbes about The Johnny Cash Museum, which only opened in May of 2013, "but it feels like it’s been here forever, with the kind of authenticity that has to be earned." The museum represents an immense labor of love by owner Bill Miller, who considers it an honor to have been a lifelong fan and friend of one of America's most iconic singer-songwriters.
Miller's admiration for The Man in Black adds a warm touch to the museum's memorabilia, which details both the musician's life and illustrious career. Visitors can view such artifacts as Cash's handwritten lyrics to "I Walk the Line," his original 1959 Gibson J-200 guitar, and the suit that he wore when he performed "Hot Cross Buns" for former President and First Lady Nixon at the White House in 1971. More personal items, including love letters between Cash and his wives, are also on display. This rare look into the world of a cultural legend landed the museum on National Geographic's list of Pitch-Perfect Museums, and earned it an AAA Gem rating—an honor only bestowed upon six Nashville attractions.