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RCA Studio B
RCA Studio B

RCA Studio B

1611 Roy Acuff Pl, Nashville, TN

The Basics

At RCA Studio B, you can wander the halls where Dolly Parton and the Everly Brothers once recorded, and even sit at the piano Elvis Presley played. This recording studio, an irreplaceable part of music history, is now part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and its interior in decorated in 1970s-era style, as it was in its heyday as the “Temple of Sound.”

Guided studio tours depart every day from the Country Music Hall of Fame and are available in conjunction with Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum admission. You can also see RCA Studio B as one of the attractions included in the Nashville Music Attraction Discount Pass, which also includes admission to other Music City highlights such as the Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry, and the Johnny Cash Museum.

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Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
$47.95 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Outstanding
Studio B tour a must, CMHofF has a lot of history and nice layout, allow more time than what you think you'll need for CMHofF
Oralea_H, Oct 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Nashville

star-5
Awesome
Charles_J, Sep 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
RCA studio B was a great experience just being there where all of the great music was made. Our tour guide was awesome!
star-4
Interesting
ChrissyCool, Jul 2021
Nashville Combo: Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Hatch Show Print
Interesting. I’m a half-hearted country music fan, but found this fascinating. Easy to follow. Clean museum. Prepare to pay a premium for parking
star-4
So glad we did this...
Kristen_T, Oct 2021
Nashville Combo: Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Hatch Show Print
So glad we did this combo! We were a little surprised but our favorite part was actually definitely Studio B. Our guide Matt was very knowledgeable & obviously loves what he does.
star-4
The tour guide was very...
Bonnie_H, Oct 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
The tour guide was very informative nice & funny and it was a great experience with the music & light effects
star-5
Highly recommend
Linda_M, Sep 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
Brenda was a great tour guide. We learned so many things we didn’t know. Very interesting tour. The studio was so much smaller than we thought.
star-4
Disappointed
Dawna_F, Sep 2021
Nashville Music Pass: RCA Studio B, Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley, Hall of Fame & More
The museum’s were great. The trolley hop on and off not so much. The trolleys we’re full most times so you would have to wait for the next one. Also since this was a narrated tour, you couldn’t here him talk because of noise and his video and sound didn’t work. Very disappointed since was my first trip to Nashville.
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Time Travel Tour
LISA_S, Jul 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
Our guide did a great job taking us back in time to see what RCA studio B was all about and how it was created. It was a very moving experience.
star-4
Worth The Time & Money
Matthew_K, Sep 2021
Nashville Combo: Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studio B, Hatch Show Print
The Country Music Hall of Fame was done very well. We enjoyed it a lot. The Hatch Print tour was also very interesting. The Studio B tour was more informational then seeing something with your own eyes. If you are short on time, skip the Studio B tour.
star-5
Don't miss it!
Anonymous, Jul 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
RCA Studio B Guide was excellent! He was so enthusiastic and in a short 30 min tour packed in so much information. The museum was really interesting and greatly exceeded my expectations!!
star-5
Memories
Vickie_W, Sep 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
I loved the Studio B experience! Our tour guide Brenda was awesome. Standing in the sweet spot of the recording studio where so many stars stood singing and changing the world with their music! Gave me chills. I grew up listening to Country music and attended several concerts as a child. Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Pride, Jeannie C Riley, Dollie and others. The tour brought back wonderful childhood memories!
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Seeing not only the older...
Linda_R, Sep 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
Seeing not only the older stars but also current stars. Was well laid out. Staff was courteous and helpful.
star-5
Studio B rates an “A” grade.
Don_B, Aug 2021
Nashville's RCA Studio B & Country Music Hall of Fame Admission Ticket Combo
The HOF is amazing. Have already recommended to friends. Studio B was an unanticipated bonus. The guide was excellent. Only wish there had been information other than just about Elvis.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • RCA Studio B is a must-see for music lovers visiting Nashville.

  • Die-hard music fans with kids may want to go this one alone, as there isn’t much to keep small tots occupied.

  • All studio tours depart from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, with transportation included from that location.

  • RCA Studio B is accessible to wheelchair users; there are ramps and accessible bathrooms on-site.

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How to Get There

RCA Studio B is located in downtown Nashville’s Music Row. The studio is easily accessed from downtown Nashville on foot, by car, or via bus #8 (get off at the 8th Avenue South and South Street stop).

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When to Get There

Guided tours depart the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hourly between 10:30am and 2:30pm every day except for New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

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The Nashville Sound

RCA Studio B is credited with reviving the popularity of country music in the 1960s, introducing what became known as the Nashville Sound. This style of music was more sophisticated than other country styles, and incorporated string instruments and background vocals. Music fans consider a visit to the studio, which made Nashville into an international recording center, a must-do when visiting Music City.

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