Country music provides an outlet for city-stranded artists to opine about living like a cowboy, hence the song titles "Sorry My Cattle is in Your Apartment" and "Yee-Haw! (My Hot Pocket is Ready)." Explore the life of one of country music's more sincere singers with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for admission for two (a $20 value)
- $19 for admission for four (a $40 value)
Kids aged 3–14 can get in for $3.
Hank Williams Museum
Founded to commemorate the life and career of one of country music's most beloved stars, the Hank Williams Museum overflows with a tide of the late singer's possessions and memorabilia, including the blue 1952 Cadillac that Williams died in (the museum is only 1.5 miles from Oakwood Cemetery, where Hank and his first wife Audrey Williams are buried). Admire 17 of the icon's stylish suits, and eyeball more than 35 showcases packed with possessions, including toothpicks pulled from one of his suits. The museum also houses several shelves of Williams' records, Hank Jr.'s first cowboy boots, a 1952 steel guitar from Hank's guitarist Don Helms, and much more.
“Don't miss seeing Hank's grave at a cemetery about a mile from the museum. The museum is small but contains wonderful treasures - Hank's blue Cadillac (the one in...”
“Don't miss seeing Hank's grave at a cemetery about a mile from the museum. The museum is small but contains wonderful treasures - Hank's blue Cadillac (the one in which he died), a pencil written letter to mama, a video of him, shown in an old TV, of him singing at the Grand Ole Opry, and much more. Museum staff very helpful and knowledgeable.”