The world-renowned Patsy Cline Museum was honored with an Award of Commendation from the Tennessee Association of Museums (TAM) at their annual conference on March 21. This award was presented to recognize the “superlative achievement for the permanent exhibition at the Patsy Cline Museum.”

“We are honored to be recognized with this Award of Commendation from the Tennessee Association of Museums,” says Founder Bill Miller. 

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About Patsy Cline Museum:

Located on the second floor at 119 Third Avenue South, the Patsy Cline Museum houses the largest collection of Patsy Cline artifacts in the world featuring personal letters, photographs, costumes, clothing and household furnishings from her Nashville dream house that have been locked away for more than fifty years. Guests travel back to her humble beginnings in Winchester, VA and see family photos, possessions and even the very booth she waitressed as a teenager at Gaunt’s Drugstore. Never-before-seen costumes that exhibit her transition from western cowgirl to torch singing headliner are also be on display. Many of the costumes exhibited are creations designed and sewn by her mother, Hilda. Patrons also have the unique opportunity to step inside Patsy’s famed Rec Room, an exhibition containing original furnishings owned and used by Cline and her husband Charlie Dick. In addition, a bio film documents Patsy’s career and is hosted by noted actress Beverly D’Angelo, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Patsy Cline in the 1980 film “Coal Miner’s Daughter.”
More information on the museum is below:
Attraction: Patsy Cline Museum
Address: 119 Third Avenue South, Second Floor, Nashville, TN 37202
Hours: Daily 9 AM – 6 PM CT
General Admission: $18.95
Twitter: @ClineMuseum



Founders Shannon and Bill Miller

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