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Historic RCA Studio B--once the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and The Everly Brothers--is both a classroom for Nashville area students and a popular cultural attraction. First made available...more
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We got the tour bus out to Studio B, it was a great visit! Our tour guide was Greg and he had great facts and stories about artists such as Elvis and Dolly! Great tour and genuine studio and piano used by Elvis can be...More
Let me just start by saying that this tour was the highlight of my stay in Nashville. We had George as our guide and he was very knowledgeable about the history of the artists and music recorded in this building. He was great at setting...More
If you love Elvis, this is a MUST do. It is a working studio to this day and when they play “are you lonesome...” well I won’t tell you what happens but it is magical. Elvis fans this is a MUST. I’ll go back every...More
I mean, it's a room and a recording studio and that's about it. I guess if you really care about Elvis, you'd want to see where he recorded? But I don't get what I paid $25 for to see a room, then another room. What...More
If you're in Nashville, regardless of your musical preferences, I strongly recommend the Studio B tour. It's amazing to stand inside a place with such historic significance, where so many legendary recording artists created the recordings that have endured for many decades.
The short bus...More
This was not a long tour but it's definitely a must see. Our tour guide was excellent and you could really tell he lives for this stuff. There's so many songs played while on the tour and once you hit the actual room were artists...More
Quite an informative visit. So many amazing musician and songs came out of this place. It's certainly worth the trip, and the people from the Country Music Hall of Fame actually take you there, so you don't have to worry about driving Nashville.
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If you schedule the 2:30 pm tour, you will be back to the museum at approximately 3:30 pm. We suggest at least 2 hours for the museum and we close the galleries promptly at 5 pm. So, starting in the museum after... More
If you schedule the 2:30 pm tour, you will be back to the museum at approximately 3:30 pm. We suggest at least 2 hours for the museum and we close the galleries promptly at 5 pm. So, starting in the museum after the 2:30 pm Studio B tour, would not leave much time to see everything.