- Type: Concerts
- Venue Description:
Built in 1881, this structure is famous for its superb acoustics. Stars like Enrico Caruso and Charlie Chaplin graced its stage in the early 20th century. Home to the Grand Ole Opry radio show for more than 30 years, it became known as "The Mother Church of Country Music." By day, you can view displays that depict its rich history. In the evening, enjoy live bluegrass, jazz, classical, country, and gospel performances. The auditorium is available for weddings, public meetings, corporate parties, theatrical productions, dinners and concerts. They also have a museum, which has various exhibits depicting music history.