This post will tell you everything you need to know to visit Madame Tussauds in Nashville. We have listed discounts, opening times, and what the exhibits include.
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This depends on which ticket you purchase.
The cost to Madame Tussauds should be between $19-39 for adults and between $14-29 for children when purchased in advance, though deeper discounts may be available.
The prices listed in this section are for online purchases.
You can purchase tickets in person at the box office, but you will pay $5 more per ticket on the Silver and Gold tickets and up to $16 more on the Platinum tickets.
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Check the below section for more bundles and discounts.
There are several ways to get cheap tickets for the wax museum. Keep in mind that many of the discounts are only good for Silver-level tickets. Here is a list of all the discounted tickets or ticket bundles that include Madame Tussauds.
Madame Tussauds is a fun and laid back attraction. Once you have your ticket for a specific day, you can show up at any time.
This section includes how to get there, the open hours, and how much time you should budget.
Madame Tussauds is in Opry Mills, a large retail outlet mall.
You can find it between I-40 and I-65 on Briley Parkway. Opry Mills is within walking distance of the Grand Ole Opry!
You can use this Google link to get precise directions from your starting location.
Madame Tussauds is open from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday through Saturday.
On Sundays they’re open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
To avoid crowds, Mondays through Thursdays at any time are the best time to go.
Madame Tussauds will likely be at their busiest Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 3:00 pm.
Most people spend 45 – 90 minutes here.
For safety reasons, large bags and luggage are not permitted inside Madame Tussauds, and cannot be held at the front desk.
Madame Tussauds is an immersive experience with exhibits featuring famous wax figures in their natural habitats. Some of the most popular include:
Walk through Madame Tussaud’s neighborhood straight out of the 50s and see some of history’s most well-known musicians.
Included in this exhibit are Billie Holiday and Bob Dylan.
The 50s studio gives you a glimpse into glammed-up radio stardom.
Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and George Jones are some of the wax figures singing for the still-running Grand Ole Opry program on radio station 650AM.
Jump into the mid-70s as the Grand Ole Opry moved from the Ryman Auditorium to a custom stage with Loretta Lynn, Kenny Rogers, and Minnie Pearl.
The recording session heard around the world with Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and Jerry Lee Lewis is set up in Madame Tussauds recording studio. You can jump in to join the jam session.
The beginnings of soul, jazz, and blues are in the speakers. You can see the musical icons BB King, Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, and others in this exhibit.
Now one of the most famous live music cafes in Nashville, thanks to the TV show of the same name, the Bluebird Cafe is filled with characters from the show.
Increase the energy in the Rock Bar. Rock legends Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, and Kid Rock are all present.
Madame Tussauds Music Television is full of the big names of today’s pop music.
Dance with Justin Timberlake, get a selfie with Beyonce and find Miley Cyrus on her wrecking ball.
Today’s top country music icons are all backstage at Madame Tussauds.
From country’s power couple Tim and Faith to Blake Shelton and George Strait, you’re sure to find your favorite famous face.
You can take the Opry stage with Reba, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban.
Yes! Take all the pictures and selfies you want with your favorite celebrities.
Elementary school-aged kids up to teenagers will have fun at Madame Tussauds. It’s fun and interactive with familiar, famous faces.
Yes, there is a gift shop!
The shop is stocked with vinyl records, t-shirts, posters, and other memorabilia.