Ryman Auditorium

Built in 1892, the beautiful brick Ryman Auditorium was first designed as a place of worship. Its wooden benches seated a maximum audience of 2 500 people. In 1943, it became well-known thanks to the famous Grand Ole Opry programme, which was held here until 1974, when it moved to Opryland. Since then, the room has been empty, albeit adorned with a few souvenirs (Hank Williams' stage costume, scores and the instruments of local musicians).

Useful information

Address:

116 5th Avenue North, 37219 Nashville

Phone:

+1 615-889-3060

Price:

20 $ (children 15 $)

Opening hours

daily 9am-4pm

Nearby tourist attractions

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Nashville
Fort Nashborough Fort Nashborough
Fort Nashborough
Nashville
0:30
Printer's Alley
Printer's Alley
Nashville
0:30
Tennessee State Capitol Tennessee State Capitol
Tennessee State Capitol
Nashville
0:30
Music Row
Music Row
Nashville
0:30
Fisk University Galleries Fisk University Galleries
Fisk University Galleries
Nashville
1:30
See all tourist sites