​Owned and operated by the Country Music Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum exists to preserve and teach the evolving history of country music, from its early traditional roots to its present status as both community-based music and dominant cultural art form. You can help us achieve our mission by making a gift today.



Thank you for your friendship to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Contributions such as yours are integral to the Museum’s success, enabling us to preserve the legacy of America’s music. We appreciate your generosity.

The Annual Fund supports rotating exhibitions, unique educational programming, and the vital preservation initiatives that are so important to our mission. We invite you to join these efforts by making a tax-deductible gift today.

Students benefit from one of our Family Programs.


A commemorative gift to the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is a thoughtful way to honor a friend, mark an important life event, or celebrate the memory of a loved one.

If you choose to make a gift in honor or in memory of a loved one, a personalized card in acknowledgment of the gift can be sent to the individual or family being remembered. 

Johnny Cash's Martin guitar. Part of our collection.


The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is pleased to offer supporters several options to ensure our mission through planned giving. This vital support helps to preserve country music’s history for future generations. We urge you to consider honoring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum with a legacy gift that fits your financial situation. Legacy gifts may include, but are not limited to the following categories: a. Estate Planning and Wealth Management, Collection and Royalties.


The roots of country music from our third floor galleries.


Working on a Building is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's $100 million capital campaign. This landmark project not only supports our 210,000-square-foot building expansion, but also the important work that occurs inside our walls and out in the community.

For more information about Working on a Building, click here or to discuss available naming opportunities, please call Lisa Purcell at (615) 416-2086 or email

Maddie & Tae find their seats in the CMA Theater.